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We are grateful for the support of our Board of Trustees. You can find out more about them below.

Edward Wray, Chairman

Edward Wray co-founded Betfair in 1999 and was its first Chief Executive. He set up the business in Australia, and became Chairman in 2006. Betfair floated on the London Stock Exchange in October 2010, valued at £1.4bn. He stepped down from his role as Chairman of Betfair in 2012, and currently holds Directorships at Funding Circle (the peer to business lending site), LMAX Limited (the world's leading exchange for FX), Property Partner (a residential property crowdfunding platform), and Prodigy Finance. He is Chair of the Coach Core Foundation, and an active angel investor.

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Dr. Amy Shi-Nash

Dr. Amy Shi-Nash is the Global Head of Analytics and Data Science at HSBC, responsible for enabling the strategic development of ML underpinned by ethical principles and well-governed data. She is also a member of Bank of England and Financial Conduct Authority’s AI Public-Private Forum, and a Founding Editorial Board member of Springer’s Journal of AI & Ethics. Prior to HSBC, she was the General Manager of Group Data Science at Commonwealth Bank of Australia, and a tech entrepreneur as the Founding member and Chief Data Science Officer at DataSpark, Singtel’s data commercialisation spin-off. Amy holds a Ph.D. in data mining and an MBA. She was also awarded an Honorary Doctorate for her contributions in the field of data science, and named as one of the Global Top 100 Innovators in Data and Analytics. Amy lives in London with her husband, and enjoys hiking, paragliding and adventure travel. 

Dominic Flynn

Dominic Flynn is a solicitor who advises private clients on their private legal affairs with a strong emphasis on philanthropy. He is a Partner in Portrait Solicitors, a niche practice with a number of national and international grant giving and service providing charity clients. Dominic is also a trustee of The Indigo Trust, The Delfina Foundation, Monument Trust, Three Guineas Trust, True Colours Trust, Pinhas Rutenberg Educational Trust, among others.

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Dr. Jean O'Hara

Dr Jean O'Hara FRCPsych grew up in Hong Kong. She came to London to study medicine, and qualified as a doctor in 1983, and as a psychiatrist in 1988. Her clinical and academic interests have focussed on mental health and inequalities for people from marginalised communities especially those with intellectual disabilities, autism and BAME backgrounds.  Jean was clinical director at South London and the Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and King's Health Partners Academic Health Sciences Centre (2008-2017) where she led an innovative service model bringing together forensic, autism, ADHD and intellectual disability community and inpatient services across South East London. Jean has held leadership roles in the Royal Society of Medicine, Royal College of Psychiatrists and London Deanery. She recently finished 4 years at NHS England where she was a National Clinical Director delivering 'Transforming Care' and developing the NHS Long Term Plan. She is widely published in books and peer reviewed journals and is Visiting Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King’s College London.

Jerome Misso

Jerome was a Partner at City law firms Eversheds and then Nabarro, specialising in corporate and investment work until 2001. For the next 20 years he was a senior Partner at one of Europe's leading technology venture investment firms, Balderton Capital, before stepping back to a consultancy role with the firm from late 2021. He is Chair of RPLC, a  £100M plus charitable endowment focused on need in SW London and Vice Chair of The Fore, a non profit seed funder of start up UK charities. Jerome became a Trustee of Mental Health Innovations in early 2022 and became a Practitioner in Residence at the London School of Economics, Marshall Institute in May 2022.

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Professor Peter Fonagy

Peter Fonagy is Chief Executive of the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families. He is also Professor of Contemporary Psychoanalysis and Developmental Science and Head of the Research Department of Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology at UCL. In the US he holds professorships at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, and at Yale and Harvard Medical Schools.

Simon Weaver

Simon Weaver is a partner at KPMG UK. Simon is a chartered accountant and has been auditing and advising a broad range of listed companies for the last 13 years.

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Uma Vaidyanathan, Ph.D.

Uma Vaidyanathan, Ph.D., a Research and Innovation Manager at the US National Institutes of Health, works on advancing precision mental health. She has a doctorate in Biological Psychology, and over a decade of experience in behavioral neuroscience, programming, and statistics. Her research focuses on fusing these methods to map the boundaries of normal and abnormal human behavior, and the philosophy of science and measurement issues underlying this work.

Uma is currently a Presidential Leadership Scholar with the George W. Bush and Clinton Foundations, and a facilitator for the SNOMED international healthcare terminology’s Mental and Behavioral Health Clinical Reference Group. She also serves as a member of the Wellcome Trust’s Mental Health Priority Area’s Strategic Advisory Board.

Senior Management Team

  • Victoria Hornby

    Chief Executive

  • Clare Bolton

    Director of Marketing and Communications

  • Chris Chapman

    Director of Finance and Operations

  • Edward Conway

    Director of IT and Security

  • Sarah Kendrick

    Clinical Director

  • Dr. Fiona Pienaar

    Senior Clinical Advisor

  • Dr. Mark Ungless

    Director of Data Insights

  • Caroline Westley

    Director of Income