Margaret Leask was for many years an arts administrator in Australia and England.
Since 2004, as an Oral Historian, she has recorded and archived interviews for the National Institute of Dramatic Art, the Sydney Theatre Company, the National Film and Sound Archive and other organisations in Australia.
She continues to work as a freelance researcher and theatre historian.
Bernard Leblon, retired professor of Hispanic Studies at the at the University of Perpignan, is a member of the Andalusian Flamenco Foundation, a member of the Gypsy Research Centre of the Universite Rene Descartes, and of its associated Research Group on European Gypsy History.
His first work on flamenco, "Gypsy Music Styles and Flamenco" was awarded the 1988 Andalusian Flamenco Foundation prize.
Ronald Lee is a native Kalderash speaker who teaches a course on the Romani Diaspora at the University of Toronto.
He is also President of the Roma Community Centre in Toronto and a representative of the Roma National Congress as well as a member of the board overseeing the disbursement of Swiss assets to Romani survivors of the Nazi Holocaust who now live in Canada.
Letchworth Local History Research Group promotes interest in the origins and history of Letchworth via research projects, events, tours, talks, exhibitions and collaborations with other local community groups.
George Locke was born on the edge of the Black Country a few years before the start of the Second World War and lived there in a wooden wagon amongst his extended family.
He was lucky as his Dad paid for teachers to visit the site and educate some of the children, and he finished off his education in the Royal Air Force. On his return from the Forces he left the Tribe to make his own way in the world.
Dr Evelyn Lord was the course director for the University of Cambridge’s Master of Studies in Local History and tutor for local history at the University of Cambridge, Institute for Continuing Education. She is an Emeritus Fellow of Wolfson College, Cambridge, and is currently chair of the Cambridgeshire Association for Local History and a member of the Cambridgeshire Records Society executive committee.
Richard L. Lorenzen taught in the School of Drama at the University of Washington, Seattle, where he also served as Divisional Dean for the Arts and Humanities and Vice Provost for Educational Outreach.
He went on to be Dean of the School of Continuing Studies and Associate Provost at Northwestern University. He lives in Olympia, Washington.