Trustees Richard HuntingChair Richard is a director of Hunting PLC, a group of companies working in the engineering and oil industries. From 2007 to 2015 he was a non-executive director of Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust. He is also a member of the Charity’s Property and Investment Committee and Fundraising committee. He was awarded the CBE in 2010 for services to the arts and to heritage. . Lord Jamie Borwick Jamie has for many years been interested in disability rights and access. He previously served as Chief Executive of Manganese Bronze, which manufactures London taxis. During his long career, he has played a huge role in developing new products for disabled people, including access to public transport. Jamie became interested in Royal Brompton Hospital after two of his sons were treated for congenital heart malformations. Jamie is a member of the Trust’s Property and Investment Committee, as well as a member of the House of Lords. . Prof. Duncan Geddes CBE Duncan Geddes is a Consultant Physician and Head of Lungs at Royal Brompton Hospital, Professor in Respiratory Medicine at the National Heart and Lung Institute, and Honorary Consultant at the Royal Marsden Hospital. Professor Geddes has also had several roles within the National Asthma Campaign (now Asthma UK) and has been a Trustee of the Garfield Weston Charitable Trust since 2000. Duncan is a member of the Trust’s Property and Investment Committee. . . Jo Thomas Jo Thomas is Director of Communications and Public Affairs at the Trust. She has a background in marketing, publishing and television production and spent two years at the Department of Health, working closely with the Chief Medical Officer on public health and patient safety projects. Jo brings expertise in marketing, communications and public affairs strategy, arts in health interventions and patient-facing publications to the Charity’s board. . Caroline Greenhalgh Caroline is a founding director of Inspire Philanthropy Ltd, a consultancy offering strategic philanthropy advice together with fundraising, development and governance support. She has significant board level experience (both executive and non-executive) within non-profit organisations and extensive knowledge of strategy, fundraising and development, governance and evaluation. She also has both a practical and academic interest in trends in philanthropic giving and in particular how donors should engage with philanthropy and conceptualise and measure the effectiveness of their giving. Caroline is currently researching for her PhD at the University of Birmingham in which she is seeking to examine how high net worth individuals utilise evidence to inform their philanthropy. . Caroline Bault Caroline Bault is Managing Partner at CounselRock Partners, a specialist hedge fund research and alternative investment consultancy. She has over 25 years’ experience in financial services and capital markets. She is a Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA) and a member of the CFA Institute. Caroline served as Chair of the Education Committee of 100 Women in Hedge Funds in London and currently co-chairs 100WHFs’ Women on Boards Initiative in Europe. She also holds positions on a number of boards and within funds and trusts. <copy> Brenda Vandamme Brenda Vandamme is a Director of Marven Limited and a former banker with JPMorgan. She has worked in private banking and asset management as well as investment banking and private equity. Brenda started her career in New York and has been living in London for 20 years in South Kensington. She is dedicated to supporting charities, particularly for education, health, and children. <copy> . Sarah Newitt Sarah is a copywriting specialist and supports the charity through editing and proofreading, as well as providing a wealth of commercial marketing expertise. <copy> <copy> <copy> Helen Putter Helen started her professional career in the Design and Advertising industry, where she specialised in Packaging Design, Branding and Marketing. As a keen Philanthropist, Helen started working with Action On Addiction as a volunteer events planner and organiser. She has also worked for Munich International School where she spearheaded the creation of various projects to promote International Relations within the community. Helen worked with The Arnold Foundation, where she introduced event fundraising. In 2012 she joined the Fundraising Committee at Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals Charity to help with the Hybrid Theatre Appeal and continues to support the Charity with fundraising events. <copy> Raj Shah Raj joined Nordic Capital in May 2015, with a focus on healthcare investments. Prior to joining the Charity, Raj was Co-Head of European Healthcare Investment Banking at Goldman Sachs. Raj originally trained as a cardiac surgeon and holds undergraduate and postgraduate degrees from University of Oxford, Imperial College London, and London Business School. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons.