Stonewall appoints four new trustees to their board
New trustees come from range of backgrounds
Stonewall’s Chair Jan Gooding says new members will be an ‘invaluable support’
Stonewall is delighted to announce the appointment of four new trustees to their board.
They were recruited in line with charity best practice, after a skills audit of Stonewall’s existing board and through an open recruitment process.
The new trustees, who were confirmed at the board meeting on Tuesday 31 October, are:
Jonathan is a trainee solicitor at Reed Smith, an international law firm with offices across the US, Europe and Asia. Jonathan is a determined advocate for autistic representation and social mobility in the workplace.
Catherine is the Chief Executive of Askham Bryan College, one of the largest specialist land-based colleges in England. Catherine was formerly the Chief Executive of the Law Society of England and Wales.
Ros is the Chief Operating Officer and Equality and Diversity lead for Amnesty International UK and has been working in finance and resources roles in the charity sector for the last 10 years.
Mohsin is a barrister specialising in white collar crime at leading criminal set 6KBW College Hill. Before transferring to the Bar, Mohsin was a solicitor at Linklaters LLP, working on international disputes between global financial institutions and FTSE 100 companies.
Stonewall Chair Jan Gooding said:
‘We’re delighted to have recruited a group of new trustees who bring a range of specialisms, skills and experience to the board.
‘We know that we have some big challenges ahead of us as we approach the reform of the Gender Recognition Act, and must ensure that progress made on LGBT rights doesn’t slip as we approach Brexit. The expertise and guidance of our new board members will be vital as we continue to grow both the depth and reach of Stonewall’s work.’