Chairman of Trustees - John Lloyd
John is Chairman and Chief Executive of Lloyd & Partners Limited, and a member of the Group Executive Committee of JLT Group plc. He was Founding Director of Lloyd Thompson Ltd in 1981, Chairman of Lloyd Thompson Group Plc from 1993-1997, Director of Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group Plc from 1997 - 2004 and has been in his current role since 2005. John is also the Chairman of The Edward Lloyd Trust, a charity based in the North East of England providing services to people with learning disabilities.
Dr Edward Day DM MRCPsych
Ed is Consultant Psychiatrist and Senior Lecturer in Addiction Psychiatry at the University of Birmingham. He is currently a trustee of the Society for the Study of Addiction (SSA).
Robert Fox's first job was as an actor. Subsequently he worked as a runner for John Heyman at World Film Services. He then went to the Royal Court as an Assistant Director. In 1973 he joined Michael White Limited where he became an Associate Producer on a number of shows including A Chorus Line, Annie and The Rocky Horror Show. He formed Robert Fox Limited in 1980. Since then he has produced or co-produced over 30 productions in the West End as well as a number on Broadway.
Frances Gibb has been a full-time journalist for more than 30 years, most of them with The Times. She specialises in legal affairs. Frances volunteers at a local dementia home and is also a governor at King's College School, Wimbledon. She has three grown sons.
Vivian Hunt - Deputy Chair
Vivian is a Director at McKinsey & Company. She leads McKinsey's Pharmaceutical and Medical Products Practice for Europe, Middle East and Africa. This includes a range of projects for both private and public healthcare organizations. Vivian has also written several articles and presented at external conferences on a range of healthcare topics. She holds a cum laude
in Sociology and Government, and an MBA from Harvard University.
Andrew May FCA - Honorary Treasurer
Andrew was Group Finance Director of Monsoon plc for 25 years and later Chairman of East Limited. He is a Justice of Peace for West Dorset and sits on various charitable boards including Alcohol Research UK.
Mike Pearse CIMA
Mike joined the Board in 2003. He trained as a management accountant with Ford Motor Company and, for 23 years, ran his own business in the service sector. He also advises Sarum College in Salisbury on financial matters.
Melanie Vere Nicoll
Melanie is a Sterling Fellow of Yale University, sits on the Executive Committee of CLIC Sargent, is on the executive board of Hurlingham Media for whom she also writes. She is also a director of the Falk Foundation, which is a medical research Foundation based in the United States.
Lisa is a film producer. She produced the Bafta Award Winning The Last King of Scotland and, amongst other things, is a Trustee of the Westside Free School. Lisa is married to Eddie Villiers, who is Head of European FI Sales at Rabobank. Her sister Lesley King-Lewis, was formerly Chief Executive of Action on Addiction for seven years, and her other sister is TV Presenter Tania Bryer, who hosted many Angels Balls and Sport Dinners.
David Yelland joined Brunswick as a Partner five years ago. He advises across a number of sectors including consumer industries, media and crisis management. His career in the media includes 14 years at News Corporation in New York and London including the roles of business editor then deputy editor of the New York Post, Editor of The Sun from 1998 to 2003 and subsequently Senior Vice President of News Corp in New York, assigned to Rupert Murdoch's office. He is an economics graduate and a Harvard Business School AMP (2003.) He began his consultancy career as Vice Chairman in the UK for Weber Shandwick in 2004 and he joined Brunswick in 2006. He is also a novelist. His first book, The Truth About Leo, was published by Penguin in 2010. He was made a Life Patron of the NSPCC in 2007. He serves on the board of the National Campaign for the Arts and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
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