Jesmond is a strategist, an avid communicator and a creator of effective and lasting synergies. And since he is not the one writing this, he can be excused if we pinpoint that he remains a generous person with his ideas, his committed approach to clients and the time and energy he dedicates to the causes close to his heart.
He formed Corporate Identities in 2008. His aims were two-fold: to use his acquired experience in media communications and brand strategy and to finally be his own boss. To date, the latter remains debatable.
Nonetheless, his love for the media, for communicating and for long-term vision would be the qualities that best define him
He is the founder of A4L, board member at Dar Tal-Providenza and Fondazzjoni Ejjew Għandi. He is also the President of the Volleyball Association.
He also presents a number of EU and geopolitical radio programmes and a sought after opinionist by the Press, TV and Radio on a number of themes.
Prof. Maria Brown
Maria Brown holds a Ph.D. in the Sociology of Adult and Non-Formal Education and Community Development, a Master of Arts in Sociology and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Italian.
She lectures, researches and publishes in the areas of education, social inequality, community, subcultures, research methods and social policy. She is active in the European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) and is a founding member of the Malta Sociological Association. Currently, she is also a Board Member of the NGO Victim Support Malta and a member of the National Book Council.
Matthew read for his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at the University of Malta. He has worked in both the private and public sectors in personal and public finance, whilst lecturing on a biennial basis at the University of Malta’s Department of International Relations as a Visiting Assistant Lecturer. He has had several publications in recent years, with several books published, along with interviews and op-eds featured by companies such as Dun & Bradstreet, the Times of Malta and MaltaToday.
Prof. Alexiei Dingli
Prof Alexiei Dingli is Head of the Department of AI at the University of Malta. He has been conducting research and working in the field of AI for the past two decades. His work was rated World Class by international experts and won various prizes including the Semantic Web Challenge, the first prize by the European Space Agency, the e-Excellence Gold Seal award, the first Prize in the Malta Innovation Awards and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) award for Creativity amongst others. He has published several peer reviewed papers and books in the field. He is also involved in various AI projects with local and international organisations. The Government of Malta appointed him on the Malta.AI task- force aimed at making Malta one of the top AI countries in the world.
Isabelle Micallef Bonello
Isabelle graduated B. Com. (Hons) Management and later achieved her MBA from the University of Malta and proceeded to work as a Business Executive with the Institute for the Promotion of Small Enterprise (IPSE). In 2002, Isabelle joined the eMalta Commission as a Research Assistant to work on the design and implementation of Malta’s ICT strategy, including projects to increase digital literacy in the community and to introduce various ICT certifications in the private and public education system. In 2004, Isabelle joined the Information Society Secretariat, within the Ministry for IT and Investment in charge of the implementation of ICT within the business community.
Nathanael graduated in International Marketing and Brand Management from the Lund School of Economics and Management in Sweden. His primary professional experience is in corporate communications and was involved in several national campaigns.
Nathanael has an active background in civic engagement, particularly in the field of youth empowerment. Which explains his energy and contagious enthusiasm. At Corporate Identities, Nat handles the PR, creates content and carries the research.
James Vella Clark
Life has a funny way of making people cross paths. How Jes and James got together is one such example. James met Jes at University where they both read Communications. After graduating, James joined a leading advertising agency where he handled the PR requirements for a number of leading Maltese companies.
After ten years, a chance encounter at the airport brought the two back in touch. After a few months, Jes asked James to join his new company whose PR business was growing, and the rest is history.
Today, James manages the PR and Media Relations business at Corporate Identities. His creative flair has also earned him the role of Creative Director for some of the brands’ visual and advertising content.
Economist Lawrence Zammit is also the founding partner of MISCO.
Lawrence has developed the market research division of the country’s leading organisation and has directed a number of local and foreign research assignments.
He also conducts training and development programmes on a regular basis on strategic management and marketing topics.
He is retained as a consultant by a number of business organisations across a range of economic sectors.
Shirley read for her communications degree with Jesmond and James. She has an experience of 20 years in various roles in the marketing and communications field including FMCG and services. She also worked in the philanthropic sector. She joined Corporate ID Group in 2019 and is responsible for gelling the various components which make Corporate ID Group.
Ing. Philip Micallef has over thirty years experience in middle and senior management roles in both the public and private sectors in Malta, Italy, Switzerland, France, Spain and Bermuda. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Engineering B.Sc(Eng.) degree in Electrical Engineering specialising in telecommunications from the University of Malta. Also holds a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Warwick, United Kingdom. Between 1999 and 2002 served as non executive Director on the Board of Directors of Maltacom, the largest telecommunications company in Malta at the time. He was appointed from 2006 to 2009 member of the Council of the University of Malta, a body equivalent to a board of directors.