Following a career in book publishing, Philip now holds a wide range of non-executive roles. His portfolio includes Chair of Wandle Housing Association, member of the Industrial Development Advisory Board at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, Chair of School Governors, Member of Southwark Cathedral Fundraising Council, Honorary Visiting Professor at Beijing Normal University, and non-executive Chairman of PanCathay Consulting Ltd.
His earlier executive career included roles as Managing Director of Pitman Books and Routledge & Kegan Paul, and Chairman and Chief Executive of Cassell and The Continuum International Publishing Group.
Married with three children, Philip has lived in Southwark since 2005 and enjoys being part of a changing and lively community.
Philip is Chairman of the Board of Trustees.
Ann grew up in Southwark and was educated at Charles Dickens Primary School, St Saviour’s and St Olave’s Grammar School and Southwark Polytechnic. She began her career in Human Resources, before switching to housing management in both the private and social housing sectors.
More recently, Ann has worked with Time and Talents, a local community centre, undertaking several projects, including working as the Co-ordinator for the Canada Water Consultative Forum (Regeneration), a spell as their Interim Office Manager, and latterly as a Senior Capacity Builder for the Bermondsey and Rotherhithe Development Partnership. She is also the Founder and first Past President of the Rotary Club of Surrey Quays.
Ann is Vice-Chair of the Charity, Chair of the College Committee and she also sits on the Grants Committee.
Tim McNally lives near Borough High Street, SE1 and is a local councillor in Southwark. He works as Chief Executive of an ICT consultancy working with trades unions and non-profit organisations, and has also been a local school governor.
Tim is a Fellow of the British Computer Society, a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Great Britain and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
Tim is the Newcomen Warden, is Chair of the Finance, Investments and Property Committee and sits on the Grants Committee.
Colin Jones is Chief Executive of Resolution, and was previously Director of Youth and Volunteering at the London Development Agency, and Development Director of YouthNet, an online charity for 16-24 year olds. At YouthNet, Colin’s team won Fundraising Charity of the Year at the Professional Fundraising Awards and Best Charity to Work For in the Charity Times Awards.
After graduating as an industrial designer in 1990, Colin worked for RM Associates, a London design and architectural practice, as Account Director. He has lived in Southwark with his partner, a General Practitioner and Cardiologist, since 1998.
Colin sits on the Grants Committee.
Writer and playwright Camilla McGibbon has lived in the Borough Market area for many years and is passionate about this unique place and its people. Among her many involvements in SE1, she is a member of the Bankside Residents Forum, sits in an advisory capacity on the Tate Modern Council as a voice of localism, and is past Chair of the Borough Market Trust.
Camilla chairs the Grants Committee, and sits on the Finance, Investments and Property Committee.
Julia set up Zenon Consulting in June 1998 and is currently Managing Director. As a senior HR practitioner with over twenty years’ experience in HR, general management and Board level roles, Julia is passionate about HR’s role in transforming people and services. Julia is a columnist in the Health Service Journal and a regular conference chair/speaker.
Julia currently lives in Greenwich, with her husband Rupert, a senior NHS manager, and is a member of the Greenwich Society, a Friend of East Greenwich Traders’ Association and has supported the Lib Dems in two wards in Greenwich. She is also a member of the South East London Chamber of Commerce and is Vice Chair of the South East Thames Branch of the CIPD.
Born and bred in Paddington, Julia previously lived in Bermondsey for 5 years, and her company Zenon Consulting has been based in SE1 since 2005.
Julia sits on the College Committee and the Finance, Investments and Property Committee
Richard Heaton is Permanent Secretary at the Cabinet Office and First Parliamentary Commissioner. He collects Indian paintings and lives in the Borough. Richard has joined the Charity’s Board, Housing Committee and Finance Committee.
Becoming a trustee
United St Saviour’s board of trustees governs the Charity and manages its endowment, which is made up of property and investments
Trustee positions are unpaid, but travel expenses can be reimbursed. The board meets monthly either in Southwark, or at our almshouses, where trustees can see how their work directly benefits residents.
If you’d like to become a trustee, you need to live or work in the London Borough of Southwark. Applications from women or minority ethic communities are particularly welcomed.
For further information, please contact Jim Wintour on 020 7089 9014.