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Board of Trustees

The Trustees of the Science Museum Group have statutory duties under the National Heritage Act 1983 for the general management and control of SMG.

Within the framework of these statutory duties, the role of the Trustees is to establish SMG’s policy, review performance and endorse appointments to key management positions.

The Chairman of the Board of Trustees

Portrait photograph of Mary ArcherDame Mary served as a Trustee of the Science Museum Group (then known as the NMSI), 1990–2000, and became Chairman in January 2015. She started her career as a physical chemist and has taught Chemistry in Oxford, Cambridge and London.

Her long-standing interest in solar photoconversion was kindled by post-doctoral work at The Royal Institution in the 1970s. During that time, she co-founded the UK section of the International Solar Energy Society, of which she is now president.

She was the founder chairman of the UK’s National Energy Foundation, and is now its Patron. She is a Companion of the Energy Institute, and was awarded the Institute’s Melchett Medal in 2002, and the Eva Philbin award of the Institute of Chemistry of Ireland in 2007.

Dame Mary has also had a long association with the NHS, serving as chairman of Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, 2002–2012, and a founder director of Cambridge University Health Partners, 2009–2012. In 2012, she was appointed DBE for services to the NHS.

She was a Visiting Professor in the Department of Biochemistry of Imperial College in the 1990s and is currently chair of Imperial College Health Partners’ Advisory Council, the External Advisory Board of the Centre for Personalised Medicine, Oxford, and of Cambridge Early Music.

She is also a trustee of the Global eHealth Foundation and the Britten Sinfonia, and a non-executive director of Hydrodec Group plc.

Membership

  • Chairman of the Science Museum Group
  • Fellowship Nominations Committee
  • Remuneration Committee

Declaration of interests

(As of 26 April 2017. Please contact hetty.tapper@sciencemuseum.ac.uk with any queries.)

Remunerated directorships:

  • Hydrodec Group plc

Shareholdings:

  • No significant shareholdings

Other interests:

  • President of the Guild of Church Musicians and Addenbrooke’s Abroad
  • Chairman of Imperial College Health Partners Advisory Council and Oxford Centre for Personalised Medicine External Advisory Board
  • Non-executive director of Britten Sinfonia
  • Chairman of Cambridge Early Music
  • Trustee of the Global e-Health Foundation
  • Patron of the National Energy Foundation, the UK Solar Energy Society, Cambridge Summer Music, Camsight, Prostate Cancer UK, RAFT and the Cambridge Museum of Technology

Members of the Board of Trustees

Portrait photograph of Matthew d'AnconaMatthew d’Ancona writes a weekly column for the Guardian. He was previously editor of the Spectator and also writes for the Evening Standard, the International New York Times and GQ. He was the Sunday Telegraph’s political columnist for 19 years.

He is a visiting research fellow at Queen Mary University of London, author of several books including In It Together: The Inside Story of the Coalition, and chairman of the thinktank Bright Blue.

He was elected a Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford, in 1989, after gaining First Class Honours in Modern History at Magdalen College where he was a Demy (scholar).

Membership

  • Audit & Risk Committee
  • Science Museum Advisory Board
  • Fellowship Nominations Committtee

Declaration of interests

Remunerated directorships:

  • None

Remunerated employment:

  • Journalist and writer

Shareholdings:

  • None

Other interests:

  • Non-remunerated chairman of Bright Blue, think-tank for liberal Toryism
  • Non-remunerated board member, Social Market Foundation

Portrait photograph of Brian CantorBrian Cantor is Vice-Chancellor of the University of Bradford. Before that he was Vice-Chancellor of the University of York, Professor of Materials and Head of Mathematical and Physical Sciences at the University of Oxford, and a research scientist and engineer at GE Corporate Research Labs in the USA.

He was Vice-President of the Royal Academy of Engineering, and was awarded a CBE for services to higher education in the 2013 New Year’s Honours.

He was educated at Manchester Grammar School and Christ’s College, Cambridge University. He has worked at universities including Sussex, Northeastern, Banaras, Oxford, Washington State, York, and Bradford, and for companies including Alcan, Elsevier, General Electric, NASA and Rolls-Royce.

He has published over 300 books and papers and is on the ISI List of Most Cited Researchers.

He founded the Begbroke Science Park at Oxford and led the Heslington East Campus development at York. He has chaired and been on the board of many organisations, including the National Science Learning Centre, the UK Universities Pensions Forum and the Worldwide Universities Network.

Membership

  • National Science and Media Museum Advisory Board
  • Finance Committee

Declaration of interests

Remunerated directorships:

  • None

Remunerated employment:

  • Vice-Chancellor, University of Bradford
  • Editor, Progress in Materials Science
  • Board Member, UK College of Business and Computing (UKCBC)

Shareholdings:

  • Small investments in a number of companies

Other interests:

  • Board Member, Bradford Producer City
  • Board Member, Bradford Breakthrough
  • Board Member, Yorkshire Universities
  • Board Member, Instituto Madrileño de Estudios Avanzados – Materials (IMDEA)
  • Distinguished Visiting Professor, Indian Institute of Science Bangalore
  • Board Member, Marshall Aid Commemoration Committee

Portrait photograph of Sarah DrySarah Dry is a writer and historian of science. She received a BA from Harvard University, an MSc from Imperial College London, and a PhD from Cambridge University, where she was a Gates Cambridge Scholar.

She has held research fellowships at the Centre for Analysis of Risk and Regulation at the London School of Economics, the Science Policy Research Unit and the Institute for Development Studies, University of Sussex.

In 2015 she was awarded one of 36 inaugural Public Scholar grants from the US National Endowment for the Humanities to support the writing of popular scholarly books. She is the author of Curie: A Life and The Newton Papers: The Strange and True Odyssey of Isaac Newton’s Manuscripts.

Her research interests include the history of climate and meteorology, global health policy, and the public representation of science and scientists. She is currently writing a book on the history of water and the global climate system.

Membership

Collections & Research Committee

Declaration of interests

Remunerated directorships:

  • None

Remunerated employment:

  • Writer, self-employed

Shareholdings:

  • None

Other interests:

  • None

Portrait photograph of Lord FaulknerRichard, Lord Faulkner of Worcester, is a parliamentarian who has extensive experience in, and knowledge of, railways.

He is a Deputy Speaker in the House of Lords, which he joined in 1999. He served as a Trustee of the National Museum for Science and Industry from 2007 until June 2009 when he was appointed a minister in the Government Whips’ Office in the House of Lords, where his principal responsibility was as spokesman on transport until the change of government in May 2010.

He was also Chairman of the Railway Heritage Committee from 2004 to 2009, and was, for over 20 years, an adviser to successive chairmen of the British Railways Board. He rejoined the SMG’s Board of Trustees in 2011.

Since February 2011 Richard has been President of the Heritage Railway Association. He became Chairman of the SMG Railway Heritage Designation Advisory Board on 1 April 2013, having served for a year as Chairman of the Museum of Science and Industry Advisory Board.

Richard is a member of the Government’s World War One Centenary Advisory Board, and is Chairman of the War Heritage all-party parliamentary group (which he founded).

He has considerable fundraising experience, especially on behalf of his Oxford college, and the arts in Worcester. Prior to joining the House of Lords in 1999 he was joint managing director and co-owner of a communications consultancy. He is President of the College of Fellows of the University of Worcester, and holds an honorary degree from the University of Bedfordshire. Since May 2014 he has been Chairman of the Alderney Gambling Control Commission.

He is the co-author of ‘Holding The Line – How Britain’s Railways Were Saved’ which won the Transport Book of the Year Prize for 2012 from the Railway and Canal Historical Society.

Membership

  • Deputy Chairman of the Science Museum Group
  • Railway Heritage Designation Advisory Board (Chairman)
  • Remuneration Committee (Chairman)
  • Fellowship Nominations Committee
  • National Railway Museum Advisory Board (Observer)
  • Museum of Science & Industry Advisory Board (Chairman)

Declaration of interests

Remunerated directorships:

  • None

Remunerated employment:

  • Chairman, Alderney Gambling Control Commission (Commissioner from 1 January 2013)

Shareholdings:

  • None

Other interests:

  • President, Heritage Railway Association, an unpaid honorary appointment
  • Chairman of the First Great Western Trains Advisory Board (unpaid)
  • Member, World War I Centenary Advisory Board
  • Co-Chairman of the All-Party Parliamentary War Heritage Group
  • Vice-Chairman of the Rail Heritage All-Party Parliamentary Group
  • UK Trade Envoy to Taiwan

Portrait photograph of Sharon FloodSharon is Présidente du Conseil de Surveillance at ST Du Pont S.A. (the Paris based luxury goods company).

Sharon serves on the Board of Network rail as a Non-Executive Director of Network Rail where she is a member of the Audit, Remuneration and Treasury Committees.

She is also on the Board of Crest Nicholson, the FTSE 250 Housebuilder, where she chairs the Chair of the Audit & Risk Committee and serves on the Nomination and Remuneration committees.

Sharon has extensive financial experience in a number of senior finance and strategy roles, most recently as a Group Chief Financial Officer at Sun European Partners and prior to that as Finance Director of John Lewis Department Stores.

Membership

  • Finance Committee (Chairman)
  • Income Advisory Board

Declaration of interests

Remunerated directorships:

  • ST DuPont
  • Network Rail
  • Crest Nicholson
  • Non-Executive Director of British Gymnastics

Remunerated employment:

  • None

Shareholdings:

  • ST DuPont
  • Phaistos Management Ltd.
  • Herculean Management Ltd.

Other interests:

  • None

Portrait photograph of Russell FosterRussell Foster is Professor of Circadian Neuroscience, Head of the Nuffield Laboratory of Ophthalmology and Director of the Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute (SCNi) at the University of Oxford. He holds a Fellowship at Brasenose College Oxford.

Russell’s research interests are focused upon the understanding of sleep and circadian rhythms, spanning the fundamental neuroscience of these systems to the application of this knowledge for the improvement of health across a broad spectrum of disease conditions.

He was elected to the Fellowship of the Royal Society in 2008 and the Academy of Medical Sciences in 2013. His work has also been recognised with multiple awards and honours. In 2015 Russell was awarded a CBE for Services to Science; was honoured by a DSc from the University of Bristol; awarded the Feldberg Prize for Anglo-German scientific exchange; delivered the Theodore L. Sourkes Lecture (McGill University), The Anne Silk Lecture (Royal Society of Medicine), and Peter C. Farrell Prize in Sleep Medicine (Harvard Medical School).

In addition to his research activities, Russell is currently the Chair of the Cheltenham Science Festival and the Royal Society Public Engagement Committee.

Russell has contributed to multiple TV and radio programmes, written for newspapers and magazines, and is the co-author of three popular science books “Rhythms of Life”; “Seasons of Life” and “Sleep: A very short introduction”. His TED talk delivered in 2013 has over 5.2 million views.

Membership

  • Science Museum Advisory Board

Declaration of interests

Remunerated employment:

  • University of Oxford Professor

Remunerated Directorships:

  • None

Shareholdings:

  • None

Other interests:

  • None

Portrait photograph of Andreas GossMr Andreas J. Goss is Chief Executive of ThyssenKrupp Steel Europe AG.

TK Steel Europe is one of the largest steel producers of Europe with a turnover of approximately €10 billion per annum, employing around 25,000 people. It is headquartered in Duisburg, Germany.

Before this, Andreas led as Chief Executive since 2008 Siemens in the UK and the regional Cluster North West Europe. Siemens UK is one of the largest of Siemens’ regional companies, with revenues of £4.2 billion and around 17,000 UK-based employees. The regional Cluster North West Europe extended across 11 countries with approx. €12 billion in revenues and more than 35,000 people.

Membership

  • Finance Committee

Declaration of interests

Remunerated directorships:

  • None

Remunerated employment:

  • Executive Board Member, ThyssenKrupp Steel Europe AG
  • Supervisory Board: Hüttenwerke Krupp Mannesmann GmbH
  • Supervisory Board: ThyssenKrupp Rasselstein GmbH
  • Hoesch Hohenlimburg GmbH
  • ThyssenKrupp Electrical Steel GmbH
  • Eisen- und Hüttenwerke AG.Shareholdings
  • Supervisory Board: DEA Deutsche Erdöl AG
  • Advisory Board: ThyssenKrupp Companhia Siderúrgica do Atlântico/Brazil.

Shareholdings:

  • None

Other interests:

  • Trustee, Science Museum Foundation
  • Advisory Board: ThyssenKrupp Slab International B.V.

Portrait photograph of Michael GradeMichael Grade has had a long and distinguished career in broadcasting, encompassing London Weekend Television, the BBC, ITV, as well as over nine years as Chief Executive of Channel Four Television.

In May 2004 he was appointed Chairman of the BBC, succeeding Gavyn Davies, resigning in November 2006 when his appointment as Executive Chairman of ITV was announced, a post he relinquished in 2009.

He is non-executive Chairman of Pinewood and Shepperton Film Studios, non-executive Chairman of Infinity Creative Media and a non-executive Director of WRG, a creative communications company based in Manchester.

He is a non-executive Director of the Performing Rights Society.

He has also become an independent non-executive Director of Sir Ben Ainslie’s Americas Cup bid company.

In 2014, together with industry colleague Michael Linnit, he formed the GradeLinnit Company entering into a joint venture with the English National Opera to produce popular musicals at their London Coliseum home when the ENO is on hiatus. Their first production was a sell-out version of Stephen Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd starring Emma Thompson and Bryn Terfel.

In January 2011 he became the Conservative Peer, Lord Grade of Yarmouth.

Membership

  • National Science and Media Museum Advisory Board (Chairman)
  • Remuneration Committee
  • Income Advisory Board (Chairman)

Declaration of interests

Remunerated directorships:

  • Chairman, Infinity Creative Media
  • Director (non-executive), Performing Right Society Ltd
  • Deputy Chairman, Gate Ventures PLC

Remunerated employment:

  • Chairman, Charity Fundraising Regulator
  • Income from BBC for Radio and Television appearances
  • After dinner/conference speaking
  • Senior Consultant at Pinewood Shepperton PLC

Shareholdings:

  • AKL Technologies
  • Xigo Health
  • Hargreave Hale Brokers manage small portfolio of different share holdings
  • Ingenious Film Investment Scheme
  • Grade Linnit
  • WRG, Creative Communications Ltd (1% Equity)

Other interests:

  • Ambassador, RADA
  • Vice President, Chartered Institute of Marketing
  • National Angels (commercial arm of the National Theatre, but privately funded)
  • Gold Member, Royal National Theatre
  • Trustee, Band Aid
  • Tall Ships Youth Trust
  • Member, Conservative Party
  • Trustee, The Samaritans
  • Pensions – C4, BBC, ITV, First Leisure etc.
  • Interim Chair, Charity Fundraising Regulator

Portrait photograph of Ludmilla JordanovaLudmilla Jordanova is a historian of science and medicine who has a long-standing interest in visual culture and museums. She is an active teacher and researcher at Durham University, where she chairs the University’s Collections Committee and is a leading member of the Centre for Visual Arts and Culture.

She has been President of the British Society for the History of Science (1998–2000) and of the History of Science Section of the British Association for the Advancement of Science (2006).

Her 2000 exhibition Defining Features, which explored portraits of practitioners of science, medicine and technology, was at the National Portrait Gallery, London, and the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich.

She served eight years as a Trustee of the National Portrait Gallery. Her most recent book is The Look of the Past: Visual and Material Evidence in Historical Practice (2012).

Membership

  • Collections and Research Committee (Chairman)
  • National Railway Museum Advisory Board

Declaration of interests

Remunerated directorships:

  • None

Remunerated employment:

  • Professor of History & Visual Culture, Durham University
  • Judge for 2016 Museum of the Year Prize, Art Fund

Shareholdings:

  • None

Other interests:

  • Son-in-law is employed by MathWorks, a donor to the Science Museum’s Mathematics: The Winton Gallery

Portrait photograph of Simon LinnettSimon Linnett is Executive Vice-Chairman of Rothschild in Global Financial Advisory based in London which he joined from university.

He has devoted the largest part of his professional life to working at the public/private interface having worked on the majority of the major UK privatisations and is responsible for the bank’s relationship with the UK Government.

He also coordinates the relations the bank holds with other governments as well as taking an oversight role in its transport practice and its relationship offices in Japan and Korea.

He is also Chairman of the Independent Transport Commission and Luton & Dunstable University Hospital Trust. He is Treasurer of Queen Mary University of London and a board member of NESTA.

Membership

  • National Railway Museum Advisory Board (Chairman)
  • Railway Heritage Designation Advisory Board (Observer)
  • Finance Committee

Declaration of interests

Remunerated directorships:

  • Chairman, Luton & Dunstable University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Remunerated employment:

  • Executive Vice-Chairman, NM Rothschild & Sons Limited

Shareholdings:

Investor in The Arts Desk Limited (arts review website)

Other interests:

  • Patron, Independent Transport Commission
  • Treasurer, Queen Mary’s University London
  • Trustee and Chairman of the Finance and Audit Committee, Nesta
  • Trustee, Exbury Garden Trust
  • Director, Wootton Stores Ltd

Portrait photograph of Lopa PatelLopa Patel is a digital entrepreneur with significant experience of creating start-ups and transforming businesses through technology.

The founder of two ventures in online media and a data-driven marketing consultancy, she is also skilled in working in a challenging cultural environment as a Non-Executive Director and as a Trustee.

She founded the South Asian diaspora website NewAsianPost.com, lifestyle portal Redhotcurry.com, ecommerce site TheRedhotshop.com and annually publishes both the Asian Power Couples Hot 100 list and The Top 100 Asian Stars in UK Tech list.

Lopa is an experienced marketing consultant who previously set up the direct marketing services company DMS Direct Ltd, where she worked with international companies in a broad range of industry sectors.

She is a Chartered Marketer and Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM), a Fellow of the Institute of Direct Marketing (IDM) and a Fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts (RSA).

Lopa is also the Founder & CEO of equality and inclusion think tank Diversity UK, a Non-Executive Director of EMBG (Ethnic Minority Business Group), and a Trustee of educational charity Raha International. As a Technology Ambassador for STEMNET, she encourages girls to take up science careers.

Lopa was previously a Non-Executive Director of Becta (British Education Communications and Technology Agency), a Non-Departmental Public Body in the UK, Deputy Chair of global volunteering initiative Sewa Day, and a Board Member of social enterprise venture TSBC (The Small Business Consultancy).

She has also been a Board Member of Tamasha Theatre Company and a Mentor for Young Enterprise UK, assisting girls on the national entrepreneurship programme.

She is an inspirational leader and her outstanding record of achievement has been recognised through accolades including the ‘Windrush Award’ in 2003 (Outstanding Champion for the Internet & Technology), ‘Asian Woman of the Year’ in 2005 (Media), and an MBE for services to the creative industries in 2009. In 2015, she was awarded the Queen’s Award for Enterprise Promotion.

Membership

  • Audit & Risk Committee
  • Museum of Science and Industry Advisory Board

Declaration of interests

Remunerated directorships:

  • NewAsianPost Ltd
  • Redhotcurry Ltd
  • DMS Direct Ltd

Remunerated employment:

  • Founder & CEO DMS Direct Ltd.

Shareholdings:

  • NewAsianPost Ltd
  • Redhotcurry Ltd
  • DMS Direct Ltd

Other interests:

  • Director & Trustee, Diversity UK
  • Non-executive Director, EMBG
  • Trustee, Raha International

Portrait photograph of David PhoenixDavid is Vice Chancellor and CEO of London South Bank University and a member of the HEFCE Strategic Committee for Teaching Quality and the Student Experience.

He was elected to Fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians (Edinburgh) for his contribution to medical research and education, made an Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire for services to Science and Higher Education and elected to the prestigious role of Academician by the Academy of Social Sciences for his work in areas linked to educational policy.

The University of Bolton has awarded him with an honorary doctorate for his contribution to management and scholarship in the North West region and he was honoured by Vice Premier Liu Yandong for his individual achievements in China during 2014.

He is internationally recognised for his work in the field of biochemistry with over 200 publications and has held chairs in the UK, Canada, China and Russia. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, The Society of Biology, The Institute of Mathematics and Its Applications and the Royal Society of Medicine and in 2015 was made a Deputy Lieutenant of Greater London.

Membership

  • Audit & Risk Committee (Chairman)
  • Museum of Science and Industry Advisory Board

Declaration of interests

Remunerated directorships:

  • None

Remunerated employment:

  • Vice Chancellor and Chief Executive at London South Bank University

Shareholdings:

  • None

Other interests:

  • Teaching & Quality Committee Member for Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE)
  • Ambassador for Government Equalities Office
  • Executive member and chair for Million+
  • Visiting Professor at Kings College
  • Visiting Professor at Sichuan University
  • Visiting Professor at University of Central Lancashire
  • Member of University Academy of Engineering South Bank
  • Member of South Bank Engineering UTC Trust
  • Board member of the British University in Egypt
  • Member of the Universities UK Board
  • Member of the UK Performance Indicators Steering Group
  • Board member of National Centre for Universities and Business

Portrait photograph of Anton ValkAfter an international career in new media and telecommunications, Anton Valk started Abellio, the second largest UK rail operator in 2001, retiring as its CEO and UK Chairman in 2012.

Anton Valk served for many years on the ATOC board and was one of the co-founders of the Rail Delivery Group. Since stepping down, he has remained active in the rail industry helping out with the rail advisory group of UKTI and as a member of the British Transport Police Authority.

Anton Valk was awarded a CBE in 2014 for his contribution to British business and his commitment to improving the public transport system in the UK.

Membership

  • National Railway Museum Advisory Board
  • Railway Heritage Designation Advisory Board
  • Masterplan and Estate Committee

Declaration of interests

Remunerated directorships:

  • Managing Director of Valk Management and Advice LTD
  • Director of Foundation Eden Soestdijk

Remunerated employment:

  • Member of the British Transport Police Authority
  • Chair of Strategy and Planning Committee
  • Non-executive Chairman of Dual Inventive Ltd

Shareholdings:

  • Dual Inventive Ltd
  • Valk Management and Advice Limited

Other interests:

  • Chairman of the Netherlands British Chamber of Commerce (NBCC)
  • Non-executive director of the British Quality Foundation
  • Member of the board of trustees of the Dutch Centre at Austin Friars
  • Member of the steering board for the ‘Apeldoorn British-Dutch dialogue’ series of conferences
  • Member of the board of trustees of the National Maritime Museum in Amsterdam
  • Chairman of the board of trustees of the Dutch National Monument Organisation (NMO)
  • Chairman of the board of trustees of the Amsterdam Cello Biennale
  • Associate member of the Dutch national board for infrastructure and environment

Portrait photograph of David WillettsDavid has been the Member of Parliament for Havant since 1992, standing down in the May 2015 Election.

He has worked at HM Treasury, the Number 10 Policy Unit, and served as Paymaster General in the last Conservative Government.

He held a number of posts in the Shadow Cabinet and from May 2010 to July 2014 served as Minister for Universities and Science.

He was appointed as a Privy Councillor in June 2010.

Membership

  • Science Museum Advisory Board (Chairman)
  • Digital Advisory Board

Declaration of interests

Remunerated directorships:

  • Executive Chair, Resolution Foundation
  • Visiting Professor, King’s College, London
  • Non-executive Director, The Biotech Growth Trust PLC
  • Non-executive Director, Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd

Remunerated employment:

  • Senior Adviser, The Silvertown Partnership
  • Chair of Advisory Board, Times Higher

Shareholdings:

  • Shares in Vantix, a company developing biosensors

Other interests:

  • Chair, British Science Association
  • Member of Board of Biotech Industry Association
  • Member, President’s Advisory Committee, Royal Society
  • Board Member, Crick Institute

Portrait photograph of Fiona WoolfDame Fiona Woolf is an energy lawyer who has worked on electricity reforms and market implementation in over 40 countries.

She was the 686th Lord Mayor of London (for 2013–14), when she served as global ambassador for UK-based financial, business and energy services. During her mayoralty she promoted STEM subjects to young people and finance for the low carbon economy.

Woolf served as President of the Law Society of England and Wales (2006–2007) and was a member of the Competition Commission (2005–2013).

Membership

Masterplan and Estate Committee (Chairman)

Declaration of interests

Remunerated directorships:

  • None

Remunerated employment:

  • Partner at CMS Cameron McKenna

Shareholdings:

  • None

Other interests:

  • Hon President of the Aldersgate Group
  • Alderman of the City Corporation
  • Member of a number of Livery Companies
  • Patron of Raleigh International
  • Trustee of the International Senior Lawyers Project-UK
  • President of the Chelsea Opera Group
  • Member of the Development Board of the British Academy
  • Chancellor of the University of Law
  • Trustee of Wexford Opera Festival UK Trust

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