New Trustees at Peter Minet Trust

Peter Minet Trust has four new trustees, following an open recruitment process in autumn 2019. 

Our new trustees have a range of valuable skills including experience with small charities, fundraising, running community centres, investment management and knowledge of local communities in London. 

We're delighted to welcome:

Aanchal Clare

Aanchal Clare: 

Aanchal is part of the trusts team at Verus Arthritis, the UK's leading arthritis     research and care charity. She is passionate about the non-profit sector and has previously worked for   international development, domestic violence and cancer charities. Aanchal is also a committee member at Black Fundraisers UK, a group connecting and supporting people of colour within the fundraising profession 

Tracey Fletcher

Tracey Fletcher 

Tracey has been a senior executive and non-executive director/trustee for over 30   years in a range of fields with a particular emphasis on young people and social justice. She currently works as a charity consultant specializing in supporting front line organisations with a particular focus on serving minority ethnic communities to improve their governance, delivery and sustainability.  She previously held director/chief   executive roles with the BLD Foundation supporting the social mobility of BAME young people with City and legal firms, the Dame Kelly Holmes Trust supporting young people and the Claudia Jones Organisation for African Caribbean women, families and communities

 

Thomas Gayfer

Thomas Gayfer

Thomas is an Investment Consultant at Willis Towers Watson. His role is to provide   advice to large institutional investors such as Trustee Boards of Defined Benefit Pension Schemes, large UK and  International companies, and charitable foundations, on a wide range of investment matters. He has a particular   interest in long-term investing and approaches to risk management. This is Thomas’ first role in the charitable   sector since volunteering at a local Oxfam shop before starting university

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Patricia Okonkwo

Patricia has been the Co-ordinator of Lewington Community Centre at London and Quadrant Housing Trust in Lewisham since 2008, following roles as a Community Sector Grants Officer for the London Boroughs of Lewisham, Tower Hamlets and Southwark. Patricia has undertaken a range of other roles including as Board Director of the London Borough of Lewisham’s Credit Union Bank, an assessor at National Lottery and as UK representative of the British Council Commonwealth Inter-Action programme. Patricia has also worked with Volunteer UK on a national action research programme to promote and train volunteers and is an active community member.

 

You can find out more about our Director and all our trustees here.

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