New Trustees

Bromley, Lewisham & Greenwich Mind is pleased to announce that four new Trustees have been appointed to our Board which has overall responsibility for the running of the charity.

Lisa Burnand is an experienced finance professional.

Sharon Kerridge has also worked in the world of finance for many years and is a risk management specialist.

Melissa King is an HR Business Partner for the Coop Stores in the South East.

Jonathan Moore is a retired journalist and lecturer who was briefly on the Board of Greenwich Mind prior to the recent merger.

They bring a wealth of experience to the Board, both professionally and in terms of personal experience of mental health issues and care deeply about the provision of high quality mental health and dementia support. All the new Trustees are residents of the Royal Borough of Greenwich where we have been providing mental health services since March 2018.

Chair of the Board of Trustees, Linda Gabriel, said, “I am delighted to welcome our four new Trustees who were co-opted at our Board meeting in July. All four live in the borough of Greenwich which is so important in ensuring that the Trustee body has knowledge and experience of all our three boroughs. Each of our new Trustees brings their own particular skills to add to the wealth of wisdom, knowledge and experience on the Board and, especially, each of them brings their passion for the work carried out by Bromley, Lewisham & Greenwich Mind.”