About us Who we are Trustees Trustees West London Zone has an experienced, dedicated and specialist Board of Trustees who volunteer their time to govern the organisation and direct our strategy. Sir Harvey McGrath Former Chairman of Man Group and Prudential plc. He is the Chairman of Big Society Capital and an experienced backer of innovative social projects, especially those working with children and young people. Felicity Gillespie Education Advisor for the Department for Education as well as a Regional Advisor to the Academies Ambassadors. Previously, she had several leadership roles in the Education sector, worked at the CBI, the National Teaching Awards, the Teacher Training Agency and was the lead author for the Howard Davies review of Enterprise Education. Jocelyn James A specialist Charity Finance Consultant. She was formerly COO for New Philanthropy Capital and Guide Star UK. She has worked in various financial service firms as an investment banker and in reinsurance. John Storey A Partner at Goldman Sachs since 2008, and currently leads it’s equity franchise in EMEA. John joined Goldman Sachs in 2000 and has worked in London, and New York, where he supported the Harlem Children’s Zone. He now lives in West London in the heart of the Zone with his family. Sir David Verey, CBE He is Chair of the Friends of Leighton House Museum and Chair of the Advisory Committee of the Government Art Collection. He is Chair of Sofina SA a Belgian investment holding company. He is a Trustee of the British Council and was formerly the lead Non-Executive Director at the Department of Culture, Media and Sport. He was also Chair of Tate Trustees from 1996 to 2003. Previously, he was the former CEO and Chairman of Lazard Bank London where he remains a Senior Adviser. Radhika Dubé Appointed as a Trustee in 2018, Radhika is currently a Deputy Director of Strategy for NHS England and NHS Improvement. Radhika was previously Head of Strategy and Operations for Public Health for Westminster, Hammersmith & Fulham and Kensington & Chelsea Local Authorities and before that, Head of Strategy and Service Design at the Family Nurse Partnership National Unit. She started her career in the World Health Organisation and has an academic background in Health and Demography. Andrew Levitt Andrew is a director of Bridges Outcomes Partnerships, and is a non-exec on the boards of 10 social enterprises focused on helping individuals to improve their education, housing and employment outcomes. Prior to his work in the UK, he led a social enterprise in Madagascar working with microentrepreneurs. Andrew lives in the Zone with his family. Julie Howarth Former Executive Headteacher for Kenmont and Wendell Park Primary Schools, West London Zone partner schools. Prior to her teaching career, Julie was involved in women’s health and community development and was on the board for Women and Health where her role included developing support around domestic violence within Camden.