Paul, an ARK trustee, has 20 years of experience in financial services. He was a part of the team that launched the Goldman Sachs Global Currency Fund and has held senior positions for Midland Bank, Finsbury Capital Advisers Pty Ltd, and Chemical Bank.
Meet the rest of my team
Camilla is an award-winning writer and broadcaster, and former head of the Downing Street Policy Unit under Prime Minister David Cameron.
Baroness Morgan of Huyton is a former teacher and councillor who joined the House of Lords in 2001.
Andy has been Chief Executive of TACT (The Adolescent and Children’s Trust) since September 2014.
Sukriti qualified as a social worker in 1992. Her social work career has spanned across children in need, child protection, looked after children, fostering and adoption and quality assurance.
Paul, an ARK trustee, has 20 years of experience in financial services.
James has been working in Graduate Recruitment for 20 years and is recognised as one of the most significant leaders in the sector.
Clare is the Director of the Centre for Systemic Social Work for Hammersmith and Fulham, Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster.
Oliver is Director of the UK legal team responsible for credit restructuring at Barclays Bank PLC.
Michael is the Deputy Chief Executive of Ark. He was previously a Junior Partner at McKinsey & Company and co-led its Education Practice in the UK.
Andrew has given ongoing support for Frontline since an early stage in 2010. Andrew formerly served as minister for schools and was a senior Number 10 adviser on education.
Jacob is a Partner and Managing Director at BCG, where he leads the Technology, Media, and Telecommunications practice for London, Amsterdam and Brussels.
Kiran is a qualified social worker currently working in a child protection team in the London Borough of Newham. She is our second Frontline fellow trustee.
Jeremy is a chartered accountant. He spent over 30 years at BDO, one of the world’s leading audit firms, latterly as their Global CEO.
Tim is the Director of Children’s Services for the London Borough of Havering, where he leads the team that has taken Havering on a journey from ‘requires improvement’ to ‘good’.