The Board of Trustees is ultimately responsible for strategic decisions of the charity, having regard to advice from the Chief Executive and the Executive Team. The Board has legal accountability to ensure our assets are used exclusively to further the objectives of the charity. The board meets quarterly.

Our trustees receive no remuneration for their services, nor do they have any business or personal interest in the charity’s contracts. Trustees normally serve for a maximum of six years and are subject to re-election after three years.  You can find out more about becoming a trustee here.

Trinity currently has eleven trustees from a variety of professional backgrounds:


Derek Wyatt - Chairman of the Board of Trustees
A past chairman or chief executive of a number of media and new media companies; he works with start-ups and is currently on the board of Crowdbnk. He founded the Women’s Sports Foundation in 1984, the Oxford Internet Institute in 2000 and Digital Week for the Nation in 2007; he won a UNO Commendation for his work and stand on apartheid. He was a Labour MP with spells in the DCMS and the FCO between 1997 and 2010. A prolific sportsman, he played rugby for Oxford University, the Barbarians and England. He has written or edited seven books and won four national ICT awards.


Katharine Jackson - Honorary Treasurer
Katharine is chief operating officer and chief finance officer for SAGE International which is a leading international publisher of journals, books and electronic media for academic, educational and professional markets. Since 1965, SAGE has helped inform and educate a global community of scholars, practitioners, researchers and students spanning a wide range of subject areas including business, humanities, social sciences and science, technology and medicine. Katharine has worked within the media sector for the last 14 years. She is a chartered accountant and an MBA and spent the early part of her career working for PwC focussing on acquisitions.


David Clarson
David is a Chartered Surveyor and Chairman of Clarson Goff Management, a project management consultancy he co- founded over 30 years ago. He has been involved in a number of voluntary roles in the community, education, health and social housing sectors. Before joining the Board of Trinity he was a Trustee of the Princess Alice Hospice.


James Hibbert
As a tailor and entrepreneur James has a passion for retail.  For 15 years he has been running a bespoke tailoring company in London and held a directorship at Austin Reed.  Having joined Trinity as a trustee in 2014 one of his aims is to transfer skills and experience to the 24 charity shops that provide so much valuable income to the hospice. James is also a trustee for Walking with the Wounded.

Tessa Moore
Tessa Moore has spent her career working in the entertainment industry and is currently SVP Global Brand Management at FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment working across their portfolio of children’s brands. Previous roles include working in marketing and brand development for global companies including Philips, Virgin and Disney. At Disney she was also responsible for corporate social responsibility in Europe including a global partnership with Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital. She is also a non-executive member of the Trading Board at the NCVO. She has two teenage daughters and has lived in South London for all her adult life.


Dr Naveen Puri
Naveen is a local GP with an interest in holistic and integrated end of life care. He has worked in a number of different GP roles; in local practices, urgent care centres, and in the provision of out of hours care. As part of his GP training he spent 6 months working in the Inpatient Centre at Trinity . This combined experience informs his view of palliative care from varied perspectives. Outside of medicine he has a keen interest in contemporary, and especially conceptual, art.


James Thellusson
A highly experienced, award winning marketing and communications with UK and international agency network experience, James is also a successful businessman having built and sold his own business. A husband, father and sports fan, he became involved with Trinity after his father's death made him aware of the importance of hospice care.


Geraldine Walters CBE
With over 30 years’ experience in the NHS, Geraldine has worked in clinical practice in the public and private sector. She has a PhD, an MBA and has held senior nursing director roles in various London hospitals. She spent seven years at Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, latterly as Executive Director of Nursing and Midwifery, and Director of Infection Prevention and Control.  In March 2016 she became Director of Nursing and Midwifery Education, Standards and Policy at the Nursing and Midwifery Council, aiming to transform educational standards for nurses and midwives. In January 2017 she was awarded the CBE for services to nursing and midwifery. Geraldine is a Visiting Professor at Buckinghamshire New University, and an Honorary Professor at Kings College London.


Adrian Williams
Adrian held senior positions in private equity and investment banking at Bridgepoint, HSBC Investment Bank and Hawkpoint during a 25 year career.  Since retiring from the City he has sat on the boards of several companies and non-profit organisations in the UK and overseas.  Adrian has been a supporter of Trinity for many years and a trustee since 2014.  He is married with two teenage sons and has lived in Clapham for 26 years.


William Buller
William is a business consultant with over 20 years of experience helping businesses innovate and change through the application of technology. He currently leads Smarter Working practice at Telefonica O2. Before that he worked on innovation at Cisco and change management with PwC. He is married with two children and lives in West London.


Felicity Harvey CBE
Felicity is currently Visiting Professor at the Institute of Global Health Innovation, Imperial College London. In 2016 Felicity retired from her role as Director General, Public and International Health at the Department of Health where she worked closely with Public Health England, the NHS Commissioning Board and local government. She has had a varied professional career, working as an academic clinician, and for 26 years in the Civil Service. Having qualified in medicine she specialised in medical microbiology and was later seconded to Henley Management College to study for an international MBA. She is also a Non-Executive Director for Guy's and St Thomas's NHS Foundation Trust, member of the UN Global Health Crises Task Force and sits on the WHO Health Emergencies Programme Committee. Felicity lives locally and has been a keen supporter of Trinity for the last 20 years.