Meet the Trustees

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thumbnailChristine Milburn

Chair

 

 

 

Tim Dwyer

Treasurer

Tim is a qualified chartered accountant with over 20 years’ experience in corporate tax and finance roles. He started his career working for PricewaterhouseCoopers before moving into industry holding several different roles within the Group Tax team of BP plc including time overseas as BP’s National Tax Manager in Russia. Since 2011 Tim has worked for Boots in Nottingham (now Walgreens Boots Alliance) and currently holds the role of Vice President, Tax within the Group’s Global Tax team.

 

thumbnailDonna Corah

Donna Corah is a National Legal Support Manager for a large Law Firm, which covers a wide range of legal practice areas across the UK. She is passionate about making a positive difference to people’s lives and thrives on developing people by uncovering hidden strengths and talents. Donna is a Strengths Deployment Inventory (SDI) Facilitator and Neuro-linguist Programming (NLP) Practitioner and her studies also include Psychology, Counselling, Mindfulness based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (MBCBT), Leadership and Management.

In 2018 Donna was successful in securing a place on the CBI East Midlands Future Business Leaders Programme and appointed as a Board trustee for the Charity Imara, where she passionately seeks to add value, helping shape and grow the charity at board level and supporting their quest to empower children and families to recover from the impact of sexual abuse

thumbnailLoyin Olotu-Umoren

Loyin currently works as Planning & Projects Manager at NTU, a role focused on operational planning, reporting and delivery for services as well as project management. She has a research background, and experience of working in Higher Education both in research and in professional services roles.

Loyin is MSP Accredited (Foundation and Practitioner); MSP represents proven programme management best practices in the successful delivery of transformational change. Loyin is a visionary; she holds several leadership and management qualifications and is a Member of Chartered Management Institute and the Institute of Leadership and Management.

thumbnailBarry Davison

 

 

 

thumbnailCharlotte Caulton-Scott

Called to The Bar in 2005, Charlotte spent 2 years working as a Legal Advisor for HMCTS in London.  She was the Hate Crime and Domestic Violence Lead and worked with the Mayor of London to implement his cross agency protocol for domestic violence cases, including the provision of specialist domestic violence courts. 

In 2007 Charlotte completed her pupillage, and then developed her criminal practice in the magistrates’ and crown court.  She was also a legal advisor to the BBC for programmes such as EastEnders and Law and Order. 

In 2009 Charlotte joined the CPS and her first role was in the Special Casework Unit, London, and then the Homicide Unit.  Notable cases included R v Braithwaite, Kika and Alleyne (the murder of Ben Kinsella) and the private prosecution of BT in relation to the implementation of ‘cookies’ software. 

In 2012 Charlotte moved to Nottingham and was appointed as District Crown Prosecutor for the Rape and Serious Sexual Offences (RASSO) Unit for the East Midlands.  She now manages all RASSO cases for the East Midlands.  

Her greatest claim to fame is that she appeared on the TV shows Blockbusters, Timmy Mallet’s ‘Wacaday’ and Challenge Anneka. 

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