Clare Milford Haven
Clare Milford Haven is a trustee and co-founder of the James Wentworth-Stanley Memorial Fund (JWSMF), which is now James’ Place. The fund was launched in May 2008 by James' parents following his sudden and unexpected death at 21 years old. In November 2010, Clare initiated TASC (The Alliance of Suicide Prevention Charities) after bringing together a small group of like-minded charities in an attempt to work collaboratively by joining efforts. Clare is a member of The National Suicide Prevention Strategy Advisory Group. The Group advises on the Government’s revised National Suicide Prevention Strategy published in September 2012 and revised in 2017.
Nick is the co-founder and trustee of The James Wentworth-Stanley Memorial Fund, now James' Place. Nick has been CEO of several businesses in the City, principally within the insurance sector. He is now a venture capitalist helping early stage businesses develop to their full potential. He was High Sheriff of Worcestershire in 2013/14 and is Chairman of the Worcestershire Community Foundation.
Harry is a Chartered Surveyor specialising in property development in London. Harry is passionate about challenging the stigma and changing the conversation around mental health, having lost his older brother James to suicide in 2006. In 2016-17 Harry led a four-man team in the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge – an unsupported transatlantic rowing race from the Canary Islands to Antigua. They completed the crossing in 39 days, finishing the race in 2nd place. Their campaign, Row For James, raised in excess of £650,000 for James’ Place and was instrumental in funding the first centre in Liverpool.
Professor Tamar J Thompson OBE
Professor Thompson’s impressive career in health began over 40 years ago when, straight after completing her training as a nurse, she quickly progressed to Ward Sister. She also held roles of Director of Nursing and Quality, Workforce and Service Improvement at two Strategic Health Authorities and a NHS Acute Trust followed by a number of key roles at Director level at West Midlands Regional Office. Tamar’s outstanding work led to her appointment as the first female Chief Executive of an Ambulance Trust.
Dr Victor Chua
Victor is a medical doctor and management consultant. Prior to Mansfield Advisors, which he co-founded in 2013, he led another firm's healthcare team for 10 years and over 200 projects. Victor was previously a consultant in McKinsey & Company’s London office where he worked mainly in pharmaceuticals. His clinical career in the NHS was mostly in the East Anglian region where he was an ophthalmic surgeon. He holds a MB BChir from Cambridge University and is a Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh. He is a Steward of the Hurlingham Polo Association.
Peter Flynn MVO
Peter served as an officer in the Parachute Regiment for 25 years; the final two years in the Royal Household as Equerry to TRH The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall, with much interaction with the Prince’s charitiesd. Now a Director at the professional services firm PwC, Peter specialises in career transition, senior talent management, general consulting, communications and facilitating strategy planning sessions for Not for Profit organisations. He is on the board of a number of charities, including Supporting Wounded Veterans, the PwC Foundation and is Vice Chair of the Royal National College for the Blind. He is the Programme Director for The Klosters Forum, a Swiss based environmental forum. Peter also mentors a number of individuals who are facing up to the challenges of PTSD.