Tim is Managing Director of Perspective Associates, an advisory company dealing in media policy and regulatory strategy.
A graduate of Christ Church, Oxford, he taught English at Rugby School and Eton College, before joining the BBC to make drama, documentary, and current affairs programmes. In 1999 he was appointed a specialist advisor to the Secretary of State for Culture Media and Sport; and after a brief spell running Broadcasting Policy within DCMS, he joined the regulator for the media and communications sector, Ofcom, as its founding Partner responsible for content regulation. He left Ofcom to found Perspective in 2007, where he has worked with governments, regulators and media companies in the UK, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, the USA and Australia.
Tim is married with a daughter and two sons.
Sherin Aminossehe, a former North Londoner, is the Chief Operating Officer of the Government Property Unit in Cabinet Office and Head of the Government Property Profession for 2000 people across the civil service. in 2015, she was cited as one of the top "40 under 40" property professionals in the UK by Property Week. She is also a Fellow of Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors and a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects.
In her previous life as an architect, Sherin was Vice President at HOK. She led large master planning, education, rationalisation and regeneration projects across the world from Jeddah to St. Petersburg.
She has undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Architecture, Planning and Property Development (4 in total!), speaks extensively at conferences and writes for wide variety of specialist property periodicals, as well as being a keen artist. Sherin is married with a young son.
Keith is the Managing and Founding Partner of Patron Capital Partners, a €1.7 billion investment firm focused on pan European property and distressed opportunities. Keith is actively involved in the community in a number of charities. He was educated in the US at NYU for his B.S. and University of Chicago for his MBA.
Mrs Sophie Carter, BSc (Hons), Associate, CFA, ONL (Vice Chairman of Governors)
Sophie Carter has over 15 years experience in the City working as a corporate financier and as a fund manager. She became the only female graduate to join the Samuel Montagu Merchant Bank graduate training programme. There she spent 6 years in the Corporate Finance Division. Her expertise included mergers, acquisitions, capital raisings and privatisations for major corporations and government.
She was one of the new team recruited by the founders of SocGen Asset Management ("SGAM") to establish a new UK institutional and retail fund management group backed by the French Bank Société Générale. She left SGAM in 2006 to spend more time with her children, who are still young.
Elaine is CEO of The 10 Group, a content and communications agency and co-founder of software company ISEBOX. Shortlisted for Private Businesswoman of the Year 2013, Elaine is an experienced entrepreneur who has founded and sold 2 marketing services agencies over the past 20 years.
A former NLCS girl (1979-1986), Elaine is now a mother of 3 with 2 boys at Habs and a daughter at NLCS.
Elaine is a personal mentor to a number of start-ups and new business owners and works closely with 2 national charities advising on their marketing and fundraising campaigns.
She is a passionate Spurs fan (having applied to be manager whilst still at NLCS) and starts each season with renewed optimism for title success.
Anton Emmanuel was born in West Africa of Sri Lankan parents, emigrated to the UK in the 1970s. He is married with two daughters and two sons.
He obtained his medical degree from London University and undertook specialist training in the London deanery. Since 2005 he has been Senior Lecturer in Neuro-Gastroenterology at University College London and Consultant Gastroenterologist at University College Hospital (UCH) at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery (Queen Square) and the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (Stanmore). Prior to this he was Senior Lecturer at Imperial College and St Mark's Hospital, where he was appointed to the consultant grade in 2000. In UCL he is a medical school admissions tutor, personal tutor to undergraduates and clinical academic. He currently supervises 6 post-graduate research fellows undertaking higher degrees.
His current clinical work encompasses being director of the GI Physiology Unit at UCH. His research is in the neurological basis of gut function and overlaps with a clinical practice in gastroenterology and neuro-gastroeneterology. He is the Medical Director of Core, the largest UK gastrointestinal charity, and is editor-in-chief of Frontline Gastroenterology, a specialist clinical journal.
Dr Adam Fox MA(Hons), MD,MSc,MB,BS,DCH,FRCPCH,FHEA, Dip. Allergy
After leaving Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys School, Adam read Medicine and Neuroscience at Cambridge University before completing his clinical training at University College, London. He is now a consultant and joint clinical lead of Allergy at Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, the UK’s largest specialist allergy service.
Adam is an Expert Advisor to NICE (National Institute for Health & Care Excellence), secretary of the British Society of Allergy & Clinical Immunology and represents Allergology on the Department of Health Paediatric Medicine Clinical Reference Group. He is also a trustee and Chair of the Advisory Board of Allergy UK, and acts as advisor to numerous charities including the Anaphylaxis Campaign, Living with Reflux, FABED and Sense about Science as well as the Advertising Standards Authority.
Adam’s research interests relate to numerous aspects of allergy especially food allergy and immunotherapy. He is a Reader in Paediatric Allergy at King’s College London and his doctoral thesis on Peanut Allergy was awarded the Raymond Horton-Smith prize by Cambridge University in 2012. Adam was included in ‘The Times Magazine: Britain’s Best Children’s Doctors’ (2012), The Tatler Doctors List (2013) and was awarded ‘Paediatric Allergist of the Year’ by Allergy UK in 2007.
He is married and lives in Bushey Heath with his wife, son and daughter (a current North Londoner).
Josh Herlihy is a Business Leader with extensive international commercial experience across a range of geographic and product sectors. He has particular skills in trouble-shooting, strategy and negotiation which have enabled him to deliver consistent and impressive business growth.
On graduating from Oxford, Josh joined Unilever as a commercial trainee. He qualified as an accountant with first time passes and then worked in both the UK and overseas in a variety of commercial roles.
After 15 years in Unilever, Josh was headhunted to run the international operations of the Body Shop in 45 countries as General Manager Global Sales, Finance and Franchising. From The Body Shop, he moved to Eurostar as Executive Commercial Director where the business generated significant year on year revenue growth, through revenue management, pricing, marketing activities and closer integration with French and Belgian operations.
Josh then joined Storehouse PLC as Managing Director, International for Bhs and Mothercare. He was responsible for managing and developing relationships with franchise and JV partners across Europe, Middle and Far East and oversaw a business which outstripped the UK in both sales and profitability.
More recently, Josh has undertaken consultancy assignments. He acted as interim CEO of Pout, a fast growing colour cosmetics business with partnerships with international department stores. He has held both executive and non-executive positions, including Chairman of Ocean Home Shopping, which was sold to Retail Variations plc. Josh has also chaired the Advisory Group of an international property investment company.
For the past 5 years, Josh has been Chairman and co-founder of Clarity Search Limited, a high profile and successful headhunting business focusing on the Retail and Consumer sectors, on an international basis
Steven has recently retired as senior partner at Hazlems Fenton LLP, having been in practice for over 35 years. He was educated at Christ's College School and the London School of Economics, and achieved his professional qualification at PwC. He is involved with the local community through his charity work.
Steven is married with three adult children, his two daughters are both Old North Londoners.
After reading Law at New College Oxford, Peter had an early career in banking and corporate finance working in London, Scandinavia and Asia. For the last twenty years he has been actively involved in the venture capital and private equity industry. He currently heads up Royal London’s private equity investment activities. From 2008 until 2017 he was Managing Partner of CT Investment Partners LLP, investing in early stage clean energy businesses. Previously Peter served as Chief Executive of the British Private Equity and Venture Capital Association (BVCA), the representative body for the UK's private equity industry. Prior to the BVCA he was an executive director of Royal London Private Equity Ltd and Murray Johnstone Ltd, where for seven years he was Managing Director of their Asian and Middle East operations, based in Singapore.
Peter is an actuary with over 35 years’ experience in the life insurance industry, and a leading expert in life company demutualisations, mergers and acquisitions, and the financial management of with-profits business. He is a Managing Director at Willis Towers Watson, and is currently seconded to a major UK life company in a senior advisory role.
During his career, Peter has served on the Towers Perrin Board of Directors and chaired the Board’s Business Investment Committee. He has written a number of papers which were presented to the Institute of Actuaries and has served on the profession’s Council, its Life Practice Board, as Honorary Secretary and chairman of its Research Committee.
Peter obtained an Honours Degree in mathematics at Churchill College Cambridge and is married with a son, and two daughters who both attended NLCS.
Julie has 18 years experience in the City as a lawyer and has specialised since 1994 in employment law. Jules now heads the employment department of a major city practice. Jules has significant experience advising financial institutions, corporates and multi-nationals on employment issues and in particular international project management. Jules has expertise on discrimination and work life balance issues and frequently lectures (in the UK and abroad) and trains clients on employment issues.
Jules is married and has two children, one currently at NLCS. She is also currently training for her private pilot's licence.
Born and raised in Johannesburg, South Africa, Laurence took a BA and then an LLB at the University of Witwatersrand. He was awarded a Rhodes Scholarship in 1983 and went on to read for a BA in Jurisprudence as well as a BCL at Merton College Oxford. He was awarded the Eldon Scholarship and in 1987, became a tenant at One Essex Court, taking Silk in 2002. His practice is in Commercial Law, covering a wide range of commercial areas including finance, insurance, professional negligence, energy and media disputes. He is the editor of Weinberg and Blank on Takeovers and Mergers and on the Advisory Panel for texts on the Law of Contract and the Law of Unjust Enrichment. He became a Bencher of the Middle Temple in 2008 and Chairman of COMBAR in 2015.
Laurence is married with two sons and a daughter who was previously a student at North London Collegiate.
Eileen has a degree in economics and is a Fellow of The Association of Corporate Treasurers. She is currently head of corporate pensions for an international engineering group. She spent most of her earlier career in senior corporate treasury roles within multinational companies.
As a parent of three daughters who were all at NLCS, Eileen sat on the Parents' Guild Committee before becoming Senior Vice Chair (2003 - 2005) and finally a governor in 2006.
Brian is a student and tutor in Modern History at Christ Church, Oxford University.
Brian gained his first degree at Durham University and his doctorate at Jesus College, Oxford. He held a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship at Jesus College, Oxford between 1990 and 1993, and was then Lecturer and subsequently Reader in Intellectual History at the University of Sussex between 1993 and 2003. He has been at Christ Church since in 2003.
Brian teaches eighteenth- and nineteenth-century British history, along with papers in political thought, historiography, and a paper in Victorian intellectual history.
His interests are intellectual and religious history of Britain in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
His publications include: Religion and Enlightenment in Eighteenth-Century England (Oxford, 1998), and The Victorian Eighteenth Century (forthcoming, Oxford, 2007).
Brian's hobbies include music, literature and the arts.