Our Charity's Committee oversees our work as the charity for Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust.
Our Strategy Advisory Committee is made up of multi-disciplinary, national experts who steer our work.
Katherine is Chief Commercial Officer and MD, UK and Europe for Healthy.io a digital healthcare startup leveraging smartphone and cloud technology to offer access to the benefits of colour-based healthcare and medical imaging.
She has worked in healthcare for 26 years. Firstly, 15 years in the UK National Health Service in both provider and payer roles, and then 11 years with UnitedHealth Group. Here, she was the Chief Executive of UnitedHealth UK and latterly the Chief Growth Officer for Optum International, where she had responsibility for sales, account management and growth strategy.
Wol is the Managing Partner of private equity investor Livingbridge. He holds a number of non-executive positions. Formerly, he was Chairman of the British Private Equity and Venture Capital Association. Wol has been a Governor at the London School of Economics and Political Science since 2002. He became Chairman of the Charity in October 2015.
Tom is the Director of Investments at Church Commissioners for England. He began his career as a graduate trainee at Royal Sun Alliance Investment Management. Following this, Tom then joined Schroders and held a variety of different roles culminating in becoming Head of Investment – Multi-Manager. Presently, he chairs our Investment Committee and is also a Board member of the Pension Protection Fund.
Yasemin is the Deputy Chief Investment Officer for higher risk strategies at CDC Group. Previously, she covered Digital Identity and Innovation at Omidyar Network, and served in several roles at J.P. Morgan in London across derivatives and impact investing. In addition, Yasemin earned a Master of Science with merit in financial mathematics from King’s College London.
Dr Ian Abbs is Medical Director, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust. In addition to his clinical work, Ian was closely involved in work to integrate with Lambeth and Southwark community services.
James was co-founder of the Innovation Studies Centre, and from 2006-2013 was Principal Investigator and a Director of the Health and Care Infrastructure Research and Innovation Centre (HaCIRIC).
In addition to being the Chair of the Lambeth Clinical Commissioning Group, Adrian is a GP Partner at Hetherington Practice in Clapham where he has worked since 1989. He trained at Kings College in 1983, taking up a hospital based post in Plymouth before returning to London.
Geoff was formerly CEO of Hammersmith & Fulham Council and NHS Hammersmith & Fulham, having previously been the Director of Social Services and the honorary secretary of the Association of Directors of Social Services.
Paul Corrigan is a former senior health adviser to Tony Blair. Presently, he is an adjunct professor of health policy at Imperial College, London, and adjunct professor of public health at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Yvonne‘s career highlights include: Director of Public Health for NHS South of England, advising the World Economic Forum, the EU and the World Bank on aspects of successful aging.
Nigel is Chief Executive at the Nuffield Trust. Prior to becoming this in 2014, he was an expert advisor with KPMG’s Global Centre of Excellence for Health and Life Sciences, and a Senior Fellow at The King’s Fund.
Jonty has been a GP in Southwark for 12 years. Chiefly, he is providing clinical leadership on the Community Based Care Workstream for the South East London Community Based Care Programme.
Mat Hunter is Managing Director at Central Research Laboratory. Formerly, he was Chief Design Officer at the Design Council.
Jen is a seasoned digital health entrepreneur and the founder and CEO of Troo Life Coach. Additionally, she founded and was CEO of Big White Wall, an award-winning online mental wellbeing service for people experiencing psychological distress.
Graham is Professor of Community Psychiatry at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience at KCL. In addition, he works as a Consultant Psychiatrist at South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust.
Formerly, Nick was Public Policy Commentator at the Financial Times. Presently, he is working part-time at The King’s Fund on a range of policy projects. He has led a joint piece of work with the Institute for Government using the NHS reforms as a case study of policy making in coalition government.
Rob has been Chief Executive of the Bromley by Bow Centre since 2002. He was awarded the British Empire Medal in the Queen’s 2018 New Year’s Honours list and is also a non-clinical Partner in the Bromley by Bow Health Partnership, which delivers primary care services to 30,000 patients in East London.
Tony works on a wide range of community and environmental projects, including providing support for community groups on neighbourhood planning and as Executive Chair of Sustainable Homes. He is Vice Chair of Friends of the Earth and is also a trustee of TCV and mySociety. Tony founded Civic Voice in 2010 and has over twenty five years’ experience on the Boards of national charities.
Nick Stanhope is the Founder and CEO of Shift, a product design charity based in the UK and USA. Previously, he was a youth and community worker and campaigner.
Vinay is co-founder and CEO of Lightful. He passionately believes that those doing the greatest work deserve the best technology. Previously, Vinay worked at Social and Sustainable Capital (SASC), Acumen Fund and the Clinton Foundation HIV/AIDS Initiative. Vinay has launched two public health social enterprises, one in the UK and one in Mozambique.
Annika works to create a step-change in charities’ use of digital approaches in order to build a more resilient, responsive civil society. In addition, she was awarded an OBE in 2018 for services to social innovation and digital technology.