Senior Grants Officer
Assists applicants to the charity, coordinates the processing of grant applications and the work of the grants officers.
Director of Central Services
Kris is responsible for managing all central support functions of the charity. This includes all of the day-to-day management of finance, investment, IT, facilities, property and HR.
Chief Executive Officer
Has overall responsibility, working with trustees, for the leadership and strategic direction of the charity.
Assists applicants to the charity and coordinates the processing of grant applications.
Grants Officer and IT lead
Assists applicants to the charity and coordinates the processing of grant applications. Also responsible for overseeing IT services.
Ensures a friendly welcome to visitors and callers and helps ensure the smooth running of the office.
Oversees the day-to-day financial transactions of the charity.
Dr Roger Chapman qualified at St Bartholomew’s Hospital in 1971 and following post-graduate training was an NHS general practitioner in Leighton Buzzard for 36 years until retiring from clinical practice in 2012. He was very involved in post graduate training for general practice, medical regulation and medical politics, being Secretary of the Licensing Body for UK general practitioners from 1999 –2005, representing colleagues through the BMA and representing UK general practice in Europe including Vice presidency of the European Union of General Practitioners and membership of the Standing Committee of European Doctors.
Roger became Medical Advisor to the Sons & Friends of the Clergy in 2012.
Andrew Trotman graduated with an MA in English at Balliol College, Oxford where he also obtained a PGCE. He began his teaching career at Radley College, before moving to Abingdon School as a housemaster, to the Edinburgh Academy as Deputy Rector and to St Peter's School, York for nine years as Head Master. In 2011, he retired from St Edward's School, Oxford where he was Warden for seven years. He now runs a company helping to support and recruit leaders in education.
Andrew is governor of three schools in the maintained and independent sector and is deputy church warden in his home village in Warwickshire.