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. 

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 became Chair of the Board in 2019. Lucy’s background is in charity strategy and service development. Lucy has worked at a senior level at Macmillan Cancer Support, Age UK and Victim Support and was previously Director of Services at Cruse Bereavement Support. She is now Operations Director at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home.  Lucy has a long-standing interest in good quality access to information and support to empower people to take control. Lucy is a local Lambeth resident.

Mark Hubbard

 Appointed: 10.01.2019

Mark has been the Treasurer of Mosaic Clubhouse since early 2019, when he joined the Board as a trustee.  He is qualified as a Chartered Accountant and specialises in advising businesses on tax matters and providing support in managing their tax affairs.  He is currently a partner at Mazars LLP focusing on clients within the financial services sectors.  Previous experience came from spending many years at Barclays Bank, most recently as the Tax Director, and as a consultant with Ernst & Young both in London and New York.  Mark is a local resident and enjoys supporting Mosaic with his governance and financial experience.

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: 23.04.2020

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. 

Her Honour Judge Robertson

 Appointed:  04.05.2017

Mary Robertson is a Circuit Judge hearing family cases in London. Her specialism is child protection, although she has a background in mental health, having sat previously as a part-time judge in the Mental Health Tribunal.  She was for many years a barrister, and was for a time one of the Counsel to the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse.  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. 

Jo Haworth

 Appointed: 23.04.2020

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.

William Brett

Appointed: 12.11.2020

William joined Mosaic as a member in February 2019 and an active member volunteer, in May of that year. Through Mosaic, he has completed a MHFA (Mental Health First Aider) and Peer Mentoring course both of which proved invaluable in his role as part of the acute hospital in-reach team, (Lambeth Hospital). William hopes his volunteer experience with several organisations plus his assessment and evaluation skills as a qualified teacher will help the board implement workable strategies and achieve successful outcomes of value.

Jeffy Wong

Appointed: 12.11.2020

Jeffy is a Mosaic member and conducts interviews with staff and members promoting their achievements in the newsletter In The Mo regularly. He has completed a Clubhouse International Faculty Training and is author of “Reduce Mental Health Stigma in the Workplace,” focusing on Mosaic Clubhouse’ s Transitional Employment Program.
Jeffy has been a Time to Change Champion, speaking at events promoting mental health equality. He is particularly proud of his involvement with a national charity, Different Strokes, as a regional group coordinator for over ten years, transforming the lives of their members from being stroke victims to stroke survivors.
Jeffy says, A thousand miles start with a single step. We are capable of achieving what we want to achieve in life.

Nash Rajan

 Appointed: 06.10.2022

Nash is a Lambeth resident of 33 years and is semi-retired from the field of education having spent 36 years in various roles at several secondary schools. Seven years of this time he worked in a Pupil Referral Unit, which had students with varying mental health issues. Here he became more involved in helping deal with the root causes of the behaviour exhibited by these pupils.Nash had taken on the role of Board Member for a Federation of Primary Schools in Lambeth for 6 years. Here he worked with the Federation to ensure governance with a particular mandate to oversee Health & Safety.
With a background in education, Nash is keen to pursue training routes to empower people to give them confidence to move forward.

Segun Jegede

Appointed: 06.10.2022

Segun is a positive mental health and well-being advocate who believes in giving back to the community. He is a business economist, talent and sports consultant, and all-round entrepreneur. He has extensive experience of over 15 years in the social care and mental health sector as a mental health Key worker, mentor, and social care assessor. Over the course of 10 years, he has been supporting the Kanu heart foundation (KHF), Terrence Higgins Trust (THT), and The Rewrite Nigeria Development Initiative (TRNDI). He has written psychological essays on "The importance of resilience to professional footballers", The use of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), and its treatment benefits within the community, using quantitative and qualitative research methods. He is a highly motivated professional who believes in the practice of positive psychology.   

Sharon Brooks


Sharon has a range of entrepreneurial experiences stretching from marketing health promotion campaigns to licensing copyrighted music internationally and currently sits on BRIT Awards / BPI Equity & Justice Advisory Group.
She is a business consultant helping social action founders grow their enterprise and was chair of an ‘Employment Working Group’ project in Lambeth where she co-designed a participatory grant-making process which distributed £300K to initiatives supporting black people with disabilities into employment.
Sharon is a resilience practitioner running an outreach that empowers women from marginalized communities to enhance their holistic and mental wellbeing.

Shane Carmichael


Shane joined the Mosaic Clubhouse board of trustees in 2023. Shane’s background is in the regulation, leadership and development of health and care systems. Having spent 20 years in leadership roles at Accenture and the General Medical Council, he is now very proud to be part of the team at Kaleidoscope Health and Care (a HSJ award-winning social enterprise consultancy). When not at Kaleidoscope, Shane lectures one day a week at University College London in health and care leadership, strategy, change and quality improvement. Until 2022, he was a Board member of the GB Advisory Board for Safer Gambling and prior to that was a Governor at Sudbourne Primary School. Shane lives with a significant long-term mental health condition and is a regular user of care services across south-east London and as such, he is personally passionate about using his professional skills and lived experience to create opportunities for all those living with poor mental health to realise their potential and live with purpose, dignity and fulfilment.

Patron: Professor Tom Craig

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.

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65 Effra Road, Brixton
London, SW2 1BZ
Tel: 020 7924 9657

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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