John was a founding partner of what has evolved into JLT Group PLC. After 30 years in management he has retired from any Executive responsibility, most recently as CEO of JLT Specialty Ltd. John was also the Chairman of The Edward Lloyd Trust, a charity based in the North East of England providing services to people with learning disabilities. John was awarded an OBE in the new year honours 2014 for services to young people with intellectual disabilities.
Jamie spent 25 years with Deloitte LLP, the final 11 years as a partner in the corporate finance department. In the last eight years, Jamie has been a director of a number of companies, mainly in the financial services sector.
Henrietta is a Consultant Psychiatrist in Addictions and a neuroscience researcher. She is an Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Medicine at Imperial College, and the founder and director of the National Problem Gambling Clinic in London. She also runs a problem gambling research consortium, which explores the nature of pathological gambling from a neurobiological and clinical perspective. Henrietta’s previous experience includes running the inpatient NHS detoxification services for alcohol and drugs in central London and the Soho Rapid Access Clinic for homeless drug addicts on behalf of the CNWL NHS Foundation Trust. Henrietta is the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ spokesperson on behavioural addictions and problem gambling, and a patron of the Sporting Chance Clinic. She is also a board member of the International Society of Addiction Medicine. Henrietta was awarded an OBE for services to addiction treatment and research in the 2019 New Year Honours.
Lisa, who began her career as a runner straight from school, set up Cowboy Films in 1990. Cowboy Films produced ground-breaking music videos for bands such as The Cure, David Bowie and The Psychedelic Furs. Cowboy Films also produced commercials for clients including BMW and Kleenex and short films including the Oscar® winning Wasp. After producing the box office success, The Last King of Scotland, which won an Academy Award® and many BAFTA awards, Lisa moved from production to pursue her passion in education and mental health for young adults. Lisa is the co-founder of the London Screen Academy, a sixth form academy opening in September 2019 for 16 to 19-year-olds in London who have a passion for film and television. She has been, and continues to be, a Governor and a Trustee for a number of schools and charities.
Tanya is General Counsel for a fund manager, and has more than 15 years experience in the financial services industry. Prior to this she worked in private practice as a commercial lawyer. Tanya has served as a director on a number of equity fund and affiliated boards and also been a legal adviser to various boards. She has spoken at a number of conferences on legal and compliance matters and has both an accounting and a law degree from the University of Auckland. Tanya is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators and a Fellow of the Institute of Securities and Investments.
Having left Oxford, Hugo worked in the City for two years and has been an art dealer for the last 30 years. He was a main board trustee of the National Trust for six years and also a trustee of Lewa Wildlife Conservancy for 12 years.
Robert'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 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.
Gerald trained and qualified at St Bartholomew’s Hospital and Medical College in 1967. Whilst Registrar in the Department of Psychiatry, Gerald became interested in the brain-gut axis. He was adopted by the Department of Gastroenterology and began a career-long interest in patients with gastrointestinal problems. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Royal College of Psychiatrists, and a member of the British Society of Gastroenterology.
Angela is a Partner with McKinsey & Company in London, where she leads work with NHS payors and providers on service redesign, quality, care integration and productivity. Angela has been with McKinsey since 2002, and has led the firm’s thinking on addressing the opioids epidemic in the US and services for special needs populations in North America. Prior to joining McKinsey, Angela worked as general counsel for an international medical education programme. She has a Doctorate in political economy and an M.Phil. in international relations from the University of Cambridge (Distinction), where she was an Alexander Onassis Scholar. Angela serves as a Governor of the London School of Economics and is a member of the LSE Audit and Risk Committee