Justine Lutterodt is Director of the Centre for Synchronous Leadership. She brings to her practice over fifteen years of experience working with senior leaders from professional services and Fortune 500 companies. Her project work has been recognised for its innovative design and high impact, receiving Business in the Community awards in 2013 and 2014. 

Justine was named one of Britain’s most influential black entrepreneurs in 2016 by BE Mogul and listed as one of Brummell Magazine’s 30 influential female industry change makers for 2017. She is also an international speaker, an occasional lecturer and a contributor to several community initiatives including Brightstars. 

Her thought pieces on ethical leadership have been featured multiple times in the World Economic Forum’s leadership magazine, along with mainstream publications such as the Huffington Post.  Justine holds an MSc from LSE in Organisational Psychology and a BA from Yale in Maths and Philosophy, both with distinction.


Madam Boaitey is a Barrister and Head of Chambers as well as a Judge. She has a general common law background with considerable experience in criminal law (defence and prosecution), as well as in employment and Local Government.

Madam Boaitey has chaired Review Committees for Councillors’ remuneration. She is also an Assistant Boundary Commissioner. She specialises in Probate, immigration and regularly acts as an expert witness on Ghanaian customary marriage. She undertakes cases in Mental Health (Part time President of the Mental Health Review Tribunal).

Charlotte is registered with the Bar Public Access and is a member of the Oxford Women’s Group of Social Anthropologists and was the consultant anthropologist to the Granada Television’s Disappearing World: Asante Market Women.


Mr Frederick Twum  is a partner at McKinsey., a multi national organisation operating in 65 countries.  Frederick has more than 20 years of financial-services experience. He leads McKinsey’s West African Financial Services Practice and McKinsey’s transaction-services work in the region, including private equity and corporate finance. 

Frederick has worked with leaders in the private, public, and government sectors on strategy, investment decisions, policy development, turnaround strategies, execution of key initiatives, and other critical matters. 

Prior to McKinsey, Frederick worked for BP’s Energy Trading Division in London, and before that he was an associate with Morgan Stanley in London. He holds a BA in accounting and finance and an MBA.