Trustees

 

 

   
   

DANIEL MENDOZA, CHAIR

Daniel is fiercely passionate about the role that the Trust plays in revolutionising attitudes and behaviours in our society. He is co-founder and principal of property consultancy Ereira Mendoza. He provides advice to corporations and individuals on commercial property. Daniel writes a column for the leading trade journal Property Week.

 DANIEL MENDOZA, CHAIR
   
   

ZAK MOCKTON, TREASURER

Zak currently owns and runs his own business specialising in the field of raising finance and developing investor prospectuses for emerging businesses. The business has also developed a niche expertise advising colleges on funding and delivering major estate redevelopment projects.
His previous experience includes eight years as Finance Director at an international oil and gas engineering firm, prior to which he was a business analyst engaged on transport privatisations.
He graduated in Law from Manchester University in 1986, before going on to qualify as an accountant in 1990.

ZAK MOCKTON, TREASURER
   
   

FRANCES WHITE

Frances has substantial experience in the education sector, working as Vice-Principal for Westminster Kingsway College in London, and senior adviser for secondary education in Shropshire. She undertook consultancy work for the Further Education Funding Council for Wales, and has worked as one of Her Majesty's Inspectors. Frances has a First Class degree in French and German, a Diploma in Industrial Administration and a Graduate Certificate in Education.

FRANCES WHITE
   
   

PETER OPPENHEIMER

Peter is Chief Global Equity Strategist and Head of Economics, Commodities and Strategy Research in Europe. He is a member of the Global Investment Research Client and Business Standards Committee, the Macro Research Operating Group, the Structured Investment Products Committee and the London Contributions Committee. Peter was previously Managing Director and a partner at Goldman Sachs. He serves on the London School of Economics Investment Committee and has a BSc, First Class, in Economics.

PETER OPPENHEIMER
   
   

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FIONA BRYDON

Fiona sits on the senior management team at the charity Make-A-Wish Foundation in her role as Head of Communications. She has been at Make-A-Wish for over five years and before that had a career in television at the BBC.  It is a personal passion of Fiona’s that Anne Frank’s unique and powerful legacy should be shared and learned from at every possible opportunity. It is a clarion call to humanity that transcends age, gender and nationality.

FIONA BRYDON
   
   

CAROLINE HOARE

Since 2010, Caroline has been Director of People and Company Secretary for The Girls' Day School Trust, one of the UK's largest educational charities, having previously been its Legal Director since 2002. Caroline is a member of the GDST's senior management team, and oversees the HR, health and safety, governance and legal departments. Prior to joining GDST, Caroline worked as a solicitor at English Heritage from 1997-2002 and at Slaughter and May from 1993-97. She has also served for over 10 years on the Almeida Theatre's local liaison committee, which fundraises for the Almeida's education projects. Caroline graduated from the University of York in 1988 with a first class degree in English and Related Literature. 

CAROLINE HOARE
   
   

dominic abrams

Dominic is Professor of Social Psychology at the University of Kent. His research explores how group processes can increase or reduce prejudice and discrimination. His research covers all kinds of prejudices, from childhood to old age. He has designed and directed surveys of prejudice for the Equality and Human Rights Commission, Age UK, Communities and Local Government and the European Social Survey. He also conducts experimental studies to evaluate the impact of strategies to deal with prejudice. He is Director of the Centre for the Study of Group Processes and co-editor of the journal Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. He received the British Psychological Society's President's Award for Distinguished Contribution to Psychological Science, and is a member of Council of the Academy of Social Sciences, and President Elect of the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues.   

DOMINIC ABRAMS