Board of Trustees
Music for my Mind has been very fortunate to attract a committed and influential board who believe wholeheartedly in what we are trying to achieve.
Susan Mary Woodford-Hollick, Lady Hollick OBE is a businesswoman and consultant with a wide-ranging involvement in broadcasting and the arts and the wife of Clive Hollick, Baron Hollick. A former investigative journalist, she worked for many years in television (as Sue Woodford), where her roles included producer/director of World in Action for Granada TV and founding commissioning editor of Multicultural Programmes for Channel 4.
Other causes and organisations with which she is associated include the African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF), the Leader’s Quest Foundation, Complicite theatre company, Reprieve, the Free Word Centre, the Runnymede Trust and the SI Leeds Literary Prize.
Richard Scott is the 10th Duke of Buccleuch and the 12th Duke of Queensberry, has made his family home in Nithsdale in Dumfriesshire. Married with four children he is involved in management of the historic family estate businesses, heritage properties and art collections. He was made a KBE in 2000 and has held many notable public appointments over the years including President of the Royal Scottish Geographical Society and Director of Border Television.
Linda Luxon is Emeritus Professor at UCL and Honorary Consultant Physician in Neuro-Otology at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery and past-Treasurer at the Royal College of Physicians.
Tim Clark is co-founder of ie:music, the artist management company renowned for representing some of the industry’s most successful artists, including Robbie Williams, Lily Allen and Passenger.
He has been Vice-President for UNICEF since 2002 and played a key role in developing Soccer Aid for UNICEF.
Mark Williamson is an Advisor at Muru Music. Previously he lead the Spotify Artist Services Team worldwide, currently based in California. He was responsible for building relationships with artists and their teams, managers, agents, lawyers and marketeers. Mark is keen to use music technology to support Music for My Mind.
Nicholas Craig is a Barrister, specialising in Commercial Litigation and International Arbitration. He provides legal advice to the organisation.
Jonathan May is a digital fundraising expert, Founder of Hubbub and an Associate Partner at More Partnership. He also served as a Director of the UK Crowdfunding Association for two years at the inception of the regulatory environment approving the use of equity crowdfunding in the UK.
Jonathan has helped build digital giving programmes at over 50 UK universities and nonprofits, is a Winston Churchill Fellow, Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, and Leadership Fellow of St George’s House, Windsor.
Corinne Thompson is a chief financial officer, working in the technology space in London. As a qualified accountant she is on hand to provide financial and treasury assistance to Music for my Mind. Outside of work Corinne can be found on her bike or attempting to learn Greek!
Professor Keith McAdam is the Chairman and Founder of the charity. He is an Emeritus Professor at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and an International Adviser for Royal College of Physicians London and Trustee of BBC Media Action. Other causes and organisations Keith is associated with include Trustee of BBC Media Action, Marlborough-Brandt Group (Patron), AMREF, East Central and Southern African College of Physicians and US National Academy of Sciences ex-Committee on research during the Ebola outbreak.
The Right Honourable Lord Hollick is Chairman of the House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee and is the Prime Minister’s trade and investment envoy to Kenya and Tanzania. He is a non-executive director of Honeywell International . He was a Partner at KKR and led the media industry team in Europe. He was Chairman of SBS Broadcasting and a director of The Nielsen Company. He is a member of the advisory boards of Jefferies Inc, GP Bullhound, the technology investment bank, BMG Music, Market Share ,The Royal Society and The Ambassador Theatre Group.
Liam Fisher-Jones is a director at More Partnership, the international consulting firm that specialises in third sector organisations. He is the Development Director for Physicians for Africa. Prior to this, he ran the £113m capital campaign for the Royal Shakespeare Company. He is an advisor to AMREF Health Africa, the continent’s largest home grown health organisation and serves as a trustee at Punchdrunk, the immersive arts company.