What we describe as the 'John Adam St Gang' are those insitutions located roughly between The Strand, Embankment, Craven Street and Lancaster Place.
What we describe as the 'John Adam St Gang' are those insitutions located roughly between The Strand, Embankment, Craven Street and Lancaster Place (indicated on this map):
Extensive list of institutions in the area: http://www.scribd.com/John%20Adam%20St%20Gang:%20Crown%20Control
List of occult institutions in the John Adam St Gang (many historic)
History of the area: http://www.scribd.com/doc/25462764/170-Adelphi-Royal-Houses-Literary-H istory
More here: http://www.lifeinthemixtalk.com/?p=3305
New Schools Network
Of the below names, eight out of the thirteen can be linked to the John Adam St Gang:
* Sir Geoffrey Owen
Sir Geoffrey is a former editor of the Financial Times and is a Senior Fellow at the London School of Economics.
(Financial Times owned by Pearsons, located in Shell Mex House, London School of Economics founded at Adelphi, so hence both institutions of the John Adam St Gang).
* Amanda Spielman
Amanda Spielman is research and development director of the academy operator ARK Schools, where she is also responsible for strategic legal, governance and regulatory matters. She was recently a member of the Sykes review group commissioned by Michael Gove to review the school assessment system. She has an MA in Comparative Education from the Institute of Education. She is also a chartered accountant and spent over 15 years in private equity, mergers & acquisitions, and corporate strategy in the UK and the US for Kleinwort Benson, Mercer Management Consulting, and Nomura International Principal Finance Group.
ARK located at 15 Adam St, hence of the John Adam St Gang
* Sir Bruce Liddington
Sir Bruce is the former Schools Commissioner for England, and is the Director General of EACT – an education foundation opening Academies across England. He is former head of Northampton School for Boys, whose performance he transformed, and held several posts in the Academies Directorate.
* Theodore Agnew
Theodore is Deputy Chairman of Jubilee Managing Agency. He is also Chairman of the Norfolk Community Foundation, and a trustee of Policy Exchange.
Family publishes Whitaker's Almanac, buried under Cleopatra's Needle, between Shell-Mex and Adelphi House. (Agnew family details here: http://www.911forum.org.uk/board/viewtopic.php?t=19345)
* Barbara Harrison
Barbara is the former chief executive of the Girls’ Day School Trust, one of the largest and most successful providers of independent education in the UK. She established the first independent sector Academy (The Belvedere) in Liverpool, closely followed by Birkenhead High.
* Professor Julian Le Grand
Professor Le Grand is Richard Titmuss Professor of Social Policy at the London School of Economics. He was one of Tony Blair’s key advisers and has written books on the use of market systems in public services – including education.
London School of Economics founded at Adelphi, John Adam St Gang.
* Baroness Sally Morgan
Sally is an adviser to Ark Academies. She is a former Director of Government Relations at 10 Downing Street and senior adviser to Tony Blair. Originally a secondary school teacher Sally has a BA (Hons) in Geography from Durham University, PGCE from London University and MA in Comparative Education from the Institute of Education.
ARK at 15 Adam st, John Adam St Gang.
Morgan's husband John Lyon has been with Liberty (more on Liberty below).
* Rev Tim Hastie-Smith
Tim was head of Dean Close in Cheltenham for ten years, and is a former chair of the Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference. He has been a school governor for a wide range of schools, and currently runs Perrett Laver’s practice within schools and colleges.
* Heath Monk
Heath is Chief Executive of Future Leaders which develops the next generation of leaders for challenging schools. He is the former Deputy Schools Commissioner. He also spent six years as a secondary teacher of English and Drama, having read English Literature at Queen’s College, Oxford.
Future Leaders located at 15 Adam St, London and funded by ARK, so hence of the John Adam St Gang
* Geoffrey Davies
Geoffrey is a former partner for Lewis Silkin, where he acts as a consultant. He has helped to establish around 60 Academies, working with many of the major sponsors. He is on the board of ULT – a multi-Academy sponsor.
Geoffrey Davies Solicitors are located at 21 Buckingham Street, which runs off John Adam St, parallel to Adam St. Curiously, this firm has the same phone number as Lewis Silken, located at Windsor House, 50 Victoria St, London.
Lewis Silken write the academy funding agreements, and are associated with Liberty, which links to the PIE, Paedophile Information Exchange.
(article here: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/politics/labour/4949555/Har riet-Harman-under-attack-over-bid-to-water-down-child-pornography-law. html)
* James Merriman
James is CEO of the New York City Charter School Center, which serves as a resource and facilitator for new charter schools. He is the former director of the Charter Schools Institute of the State University of New York (SUNY), one of America’s largest authorisers of charter schools.
* Ian Cleland
Ian is the Chief Executive of the Ormiston Academies Trust, a multi-Academy sponsor. He has been a Visiting Professor at Wolverhampton University. He has extensive experience of education consultancy at a senior level with KPMG, DCSF and Local Authorities and is a former head.
* Paul Marshall
Paul Marshall is the co-founder and Chairman of Marshall Wace LLP. He is also a co-founder and trustee of ARK – a multi academy sponsor – and of the charity Every Child a Chance. He is chair of the Management Committee of the liberal think tank CentreForum.
ARK at 15 Adam St, so of the John Adam St Gang.