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NSPCC Board of Trustees

Working alongside the Executive Board and the Council to meet our objectives

The Board of Trustees is responsible for setting and monitoring the NSPCC’s strategic objectives. There are currently 16 trustees who make up the board.

There are 6 Divisional Trustees, providing the link with supporters and volunteers across the country. The trustees meet six times a year.

The Executive Board

The Executive Board (Chief Executive Peter Wanless and the Directors) works closely with the trustees and carries out the day-to-day running of the organisation.

The Board delegates some areas of its work to sub-committees:

  • Audit and Risk
  • Finance
  • Fundraising (in an advisory role)
  • Nominations and Governance
  • Policy
  • Remuneration
  • Service delivery
  • Divisional Trustees

Annual Council Meeting

The Annual Council Meeting usually held each October, to which members of the NSPCC Council and other guests are invited, covers:

  • Voting on any Branch motions
  • The election or re-election of the Treasurer and Trustees
  • The appointment of the auditors
  • Receipt of the Annual Report and Accounts

Current Board of Trustees

Chairman,
Mark Wood
Chairman and Trustee since 2010

 Vice-Chairman
 Ann Morrison

 Trustee since 2009

Vice-Chairman
Sir David Normington GCB
Trustee since 2011

 Honorary Treasurer,
 Jonathan Bloomer
 Treasurer and Trustee
 since November 2008

 Heather Henshaw MBE
 Trustee since 2009

 Neil Berkett
 Trustee since 2010

Philippa Webster
Trustee since October 2007

 Dame Denise Platt DBE
 Trustee since May 2007

 Esther Rantzen CBE
 Trustee since February 2006

 

Sarah Wilson
Trustee since 2011

 Ramez F. Sousou
 Trustee since 2008

Lady Brenda McLaughlin CBE
Trustee since 2011

David Tait MBE
Trustee since 2011

Professor Terence Stephenson
Trustee since 2011

Fiona Curteis
Trustee since 2013

James Bailey
Trustee since 2013

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