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David Miller is London Youth’s Deputy Chair as of March 2018. He works as the Director of Legal and Secretary for the City & Guilds Group. He also serves as the Data Protection Officer. His previously worked in law – specialising in technology and intellectual property. He did his Common Professional Examination and Law Society […]
Stu worked for many years as a Youth Service Director at Knights Youth Centre, a London Youth member club. Stu is now Head of Youth Services at Oasis Waterloo. Stu brings considerable expertise in youth work and the challenges young people are facing. He also brings extensive experience of the challenges facing youth workers and […]
Simon is our Chair of Nominations Committee. Simon is also a Member of Poplar HARCA’s Board. He is a qualified lawyer with experience working for regulatory bodies and regulated entities in the financial services industry in both the UK and New Zealand.
John Sits on our Board and Chairs the Assurance Committee. He spent his career in airport management latterly as Head of Business Continuity Planning for BAA. John has expertise in HR, risk management and safety. He is a former Chair of East Potential, running foyers for young people in East London and is also a […]
Is now retired but was previously the Director of Fundraising at Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust, a charity of comparable turnover to London Youth. Edward is a relatively new Trustee and brings expertise in Fundraising and specifically in major donor fundraising.
Sue is Head of Corporate Solutions and a UK Board member at James Lang Lascelles. She was previously an Executive director at Source8, and the Head of Consulting for EMEA and sat on the UK Board of CBRE. She has over 20 years of Strategic Consulting experience in the Corporate Real Estate Sector. Sue also […]
Charline has worked in youth work for 13 years, previously for the local authorities and now in the voluntary sector at Rathbone, one of members (where PK is a trustee). Rathbone runs an integrated offer for its members, working with young people with SEN and young people without together. Charline is an expert in this […]
Nat Defriend started his career in front-line criminal justice services beginning as a volunteer and developing into a practitioner and manager. His role as a social worker with the Hackney Youth Offending Team has given him a comprehensive understanding of youth justice. He has worked in central government, where he has developed extensive knowledge of […]
Louise Rodgers’ public relations career spans 25 years starting in the voluntary sector as press officer for overseas development and disability charities including VSO, Save the Children and Scope. She is the founding director of a PR company, Quatro, which specialises in working with developers and others involved in regeneration and new-build projects across the […]
Since 2001 Guy Davison has been Chair of Crown and Manor Club, one of our member clubs. Over the last thirty years he has taken a major role in all the issues facing the Club. He was responsible for a major property redevelopment, leading to the establishment of a new state of the art facility. […]