David Bryan MBA FRSA is a management consultant, specialising in organisation development. He works mainly within the public sector but has a lengthy history of working and representing the voluntary sector. Currently, he has engaged in Board and Management development within the NHS.David has also had several roles within the arts sector including a producer of dance and theatre. He played a central role in the delivery of equality and diversity training within the Arts Council and their clients groups. He was for several years on the board of NCVO and an advisor on Race to the Home Office. He is a director of Onyxarts Foundation and a governor of Dunraven School.
Stuart has been working in television for more than 20 year, helping the creative community generate and realise value from their ideas. He has turned that ethos into a business in the form of Greenbird Media, a company created to provide business, commercial and pastoral support to talented creatives, and to help them grow their own businesses. Greenbird is an incubator and accelerator for independent television producers. We’re currently supporting and invested in Tuesday’s Child Television, Crackit Productions, Handsome Productions, Rumpus Media, Riverdog Productions, Big Light Productions, Hello Halo Productions, Gobstopper Television and Pi Productions, with more to come…
Will has more than 16 years experience of management, delivery and innovation in the non-profit and public sectors in the UK and overseas. He recently designed and delivered a growth strategy for an evidence-based behaviour change NGO, raising $18m. He is a specialist in strategy, partnership and programme development, innovation and business development. He also set up a charity at the age of 20 and a social enterprise running mentoring programmes in Kenya. Skilled at working with a wide range of people and at bringing insight and clarity to complex issues Will is a real asset to WWM.
Stephen Dunmore was chief executive of the Big Lottery Fund from June 2004 to January 2008. He was previously chief executive of the New Opportunities Fund (from 1998) and in November 2003 was also appointed Chief executive of the Community Fund, to lead the merger of the two organisations to form the Big Lottery Fund.
Following a spell as an Inspector of Ancient Monuments (1976-1984) and postings in housing and urban policy in the Department of the Environment (1984-1992), he became acting Chief Executive of the Liverpool Housing Action Trust and then moved to the Cabinet Office (Citizen’s Charter Unit) in 1993 and to the Merseyside Task Force in the same year. From 1995 to 1998, he was Director, Regeneration, Transport and Planning in the Government Office for Merseyside. Since leaving the Big Lottery Fund, he has been Interim Chief Executive of the Responsible Gambling Fund and, , more recently CE at both Lumos and The princess Diana Memorial Fund. .Stephen has also been a member of the Commission on the Future of Volunteering, the NCVO’s Funding Commission and the Office for Civil Society’s Advisory Body. He is currently Chair of National Family Mediation, Chair of the BBC’s Advisory Committee on Charitable Appeals, Chair of Capacitybuilders and a trustee of the Prince’s Countryside Fund.
Educated at Kettering Grammar School and King’s College London, Stephen is married with one daughter.
Jonathan has been the Deputy Director of Human Resources for the House of Lords since 2008. He was involved in the development of a focused Human Resources strategy and Learning and Development plan that aligns with the 5 year organisational business plan of the House of Lords. Previous to this role Jonathan was the Director of Human Resources for Family Lives (previously Parentline plus) and worked in the development and delivery of a comprehensive HR and Training & Development strategy. Jonathan is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development from the Croydon Business School.
Lucy Horncastle – Treasurer
Lucy works as a consultant in the asset management industry where she advises on investment risk management, fund reviews and on-boarding new client accounts and products. Prior to becoming a consultant, Lucy spent 18 years as a portfolio manager and an analyst and has written articles on trading techniques and risk management. Lucy has two children and is involved in arranging fund raising events for her children’s school. She is also a patron of the Michael John Henry Award, which is an annual award presented to young people for outstanding achievements in the Leicester YMCA education programmes.