The Trust in Enfield could not be what it is today without the commitment and dedication of our Trustees, many whom have been with us for years. All of them bring the necessary skills and background to guide and safeguard this wonderful legacy for the benefit of residents and business in the Ancient Parish of Enfield.
Sue has been a Trustee for 24 years and is involved with other charities. Also a Justice of the Peace, Sue likes being in the countryside and spending time with her grandchildren.
Gordon's main contribution is through being a Dad and Granddad, plus an empathy for our potential clients. This is backed by experience as a local government director, lawyer, management consultant and long time volunteer.
Educated in the Borough, Chris is a resident of 59 years, who has served as Ward Councillor for 30. He enjoys the Trusts work and contribution to the community and enjoys cricket, rugby and history.
One of two Trustees appointed by St Andrews Church, Colin is a former Chairman of both St Andrews School Governors and 4th Enfield Scouts, with many years experience within the built environment.
One of two Church appointed Trustees, Sue has a background in High Street retail and marketing, enjoys Pilates and was a Gamesmaker at the London 2012 Olympics, driving IOC delegates around London!
A Trustee of almost 20 years, Richard had his own pharmacy Cross and Herbert in branches across North London. He is now enjoying retirement, indulging in his hobby of photography when on holiday.
A Trustee of 17 years, Dr O'Mahony is also a Trustee of the Nightingale Cancer Support Centre in Enfield as well as working at the Abernethy House Surgery on Silver Street.
A Chartered Accountant and Chair of the Finance Committee, Michael is Enfield born, bred and educated. He was "press-ganged (willingly)" to become a Trustee following the retirement of the Trust's auditors 1999.
Born, schooled and married In Enfield Town, the main competitor for the family Greengrocers business was Enfield Market, which may be why Jim chose to become a Trustee after retiring, in 2014.
Nicholas is a RICS Fellow, published National Geographic photographer, one of 500 civilians to have done a 30,000 feet parachute jump and has recently completed a walk around the coast of Britain.
Bringing his expertise in Human Relations to the Trust for three years, Paul has worked in the Leisure industry for Enfield Council and was a Gamesmaker working with the Olympic Soccer Tournament.
A passionate educationalist, the Trust was thrilled when Cheryl, who has now retired, joined the Education Committee eighteen months ago, bringing her experience as the ex Head Teacher of St Anne’s High School with her.