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Trustees

Meet Our Trustees

It is the responsibility of the Board to work with the Chief Executive, staff and members to ensure good governance and the long-term sustainability of the organisation. A formal Board Meeting takes place four times a year and board sub-committees meet in between. 

Prof. Tom Craig (Patron)

Prof. Tom Craig was the driving force behind the idea of a Clubhouse for Lambeth. He is the Professor of Social & Community Psychiatry at King’s College London, Institute of Psychiatry and the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust.

Lucy Hastings (Chair)

Appointed: 11.07.2019 

Lucy joined the Mosaic Clubhouse board of trustees in 2017 to support the charity's fundraising development and service provision. Lucy’s background is in charity strategy and service development, partnerships and income generation. Previous senior roles were held at Macmillan Cancer Support, Age UK and Victim Support. She is now a Charity Consultant for smaller charities advising on areas such as change management, strategy, equality and diversity, and income diversification. Once a Librarian, Lucy has a long-standing interest in good quality access to information and support to empower people to take control. Lucy is also a local Lambeth resident.

Mark Hubbard

Appointed: 10.01.2019

Mark is a specialist in international taxes and advising businesses on tax matters.  He is currently enjoying a career break, although most recently he was the Tax Director for Barclays Bank.  Prior to that Mark qualified as a Chartered Accountant and spent ten years with Ernst & Young, both in London and New York, advising financial services businesses.  Mark is a local resident and has recently joined Mosaic to provide support with his governance and financial experience.

Amy Galea

Appointed: 01.09.2016

Amy works at NHS England, in the Strategy Group. She has around 10 years of work experience in the healthcare system in England from positions at the Royal College of Surgeons, the Department of Health and The King’s Fund (a healthcare think tank). She started off her career as a radiographer in Malta. She is interested in whole system thinking to better support people in need of health and care and how that fits with other public services. She has recently joined Mosaic Clubhouse as a Trustee because she would like to bring her insights and experience to support the future vision of the organisation. 

Patrick Gillespie

Appointed:  05.05.2016

Patrick is semi-retired. Most recently he was the Hospital Director for Cambian Churchill in South London, which is a specialist rehabilitation service for people with severe and enduring mental illness.
 Patrick has extensive experience of working within the NHS and the Independent Sector combining senior management and clinical nursing in both general and mental health services. He has promoted the practical application of latest research into clinical settings and led a range of complex and challenging change management programmes. Patrick is committed to continuous training and education of all staff.
Patrick is also the Chair of Governors of a inner London Primary School and sits on an Advisory Committee on Mental Health for the Catholic Bishops for England and Wales.

Jo Saunsbury

Appointed: TBA

Jo Saunsbury is a member of Mosaic.  She previously worked as a tour guide for 15 years at Wexford Walking Tour in Ireland and then the Big Bus Tour in London.  She was also a member of the board of trustees for St Bridgets Centre in Ireland which focussed on caring for the elderly as well as running a creche and is delighted to carry over the skills into her new role. 
She is excited to be able to give back to the clubhouse and to help grow the charity. 

Kate Jopling

Appointed: 17.11.2016

A policy and strategy consultant, with particular expertise in the fields of ageing and equality, Kate has worked with a wide range of voluntary sector organisations, including many prominent charities working in the fields of health and social care. Kate was previously Director of the Campaign to End Loneliness, and before that Head of Public Affairs at the youth charity Catch 22 and at the older people's charity Help the Aged, where she led an award winning campaign on age discrimination. 

Mary Robertson

 Appointed:  04.05.2017

Mary is a practising child protection barrister specialising in public law care proceedings. She has been appointed as one of the Counsel to the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse, and in addition she sits as a part-time Judge of the Mental Health Tribunal and as a part-time District Judge.  Before establishing a career in the law she gained extensive Parliamentary and political experience working as a clerk in the House of Lords, and also as Private Secretary to the Leader and the Chief Whip. 

James Kavanagh

Appointed: 05.01.2019

James started out as a member of the clubhouse before volunteering his time to help and represent Mosaic and it’s members. He was previously employed at The Living Well Network Hub. He is now working as a Support Worker for ThamesReach. In his spare time he runs an Autism Social group, which is one of the biggest in the country. 

Stephen Rudder

 Appointed: 09.01.2020

Born in London to Caribbean parents, Stephen is a local award-winning audio-visual artist and founder of Quiet Voice productions. His practice combines diverse and often unheard voices with multimedia to bring a quality of deep insight to his work. 
Alongside this Stephen has almost completed his training at NHS Tavistock and Portman as a Psychotherapist. Stephen is Project Lead for Lambeth and Southwark Mind’s young black men’s programme ‘Hood Mentality’ and is the young people’s counsellor at Prince’s Trust in South London. Black Men’s Minds, first shown in November 2019 at Black Cultural Archive, is an immersive audio-visual installation developed in response to statistics showing the disproportionate numbers of black men sectioned under the Mental Health Act. The piece explores the voices of black men who are often missing in the conversations surrounding mental health.

Jo Haworth

 Appointed: TBA

Jo began her career with the NHS in 1992, specialising in Emergency Care. She spent most of her clinical work at The Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel, before moving into nursing management and professional leadership roles at St George's NHS Foundation Trust in Tooting. More recently Jo held the position of Divisional Director of Nursing at Central and North West London Foundation Trust, and is currently Deputy Chief Nurse at King's College NHS Foundation Trust. A long time Lambeth Resident she is passionate about the community.


 

                                    

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65 Effra Road, Brixton
London, SW2 1BZ
Tel: 020 7924 9657
Email: infohub@mosaic-clubhouse.org

About Us

Mosaic Clubhouse is part of a worldwide network of clubhouses that exist to provide support and opportunities to people living with a mental health condition.
 

Mosaic Clubhouse is a registered charity No: 1071705. Company No: 3403522

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