Lord Victor Adebowale CBE - Chair

Lord Victor joined social enterprise Turning Point as Chief Executive in 2001 and is a champion for the cause of those affected by poverty, mental health issues, drugs, alcohol, learning disability and complex needs.Read more

Andrew Croft - Treasurer

Andrew Croft became Chief Executive of CAN in 2008 having joined the organisation in 2006 with responsibility for the development of new revenue streams and replication, including CAN Mezzanine the award-winning high quality office space for charities, social enterprise and voluntary groups.Read more

Peter Holbrook CBE - Chief Executive

Peter Holbrook is Chief Executive of Social Enterprise UK. Social Enterprise UK’s key activities are centred on informing and influencing the policy agenda, promoting the benefits of social enterprise and undertaking research to expand the social enterprise evidence base.Read more

Gerry Higgins

Gerry is CEO at CEIS Group and a Director at the Social Value Lab, Ready for Business LLP, Indigo Childcare and Social Enterprise World Forum CIC.Read more

Colin Downie

Colin Downie is the Sales and Partnership Director at the WildHearts Group, a social enterprise group dedicated to launching companies that through their activities and profits deliver entrepreneurship education and microfinance globally.Read more

Liz Allen

Liz is a director at the Connectives. Liz has a reputation for creating and developing social enterprises that deliver change in communities; working with enterprises to deliver and manage public sector contracts; and for delivering highly effective social impact measurement.Read more

June O’Sullivan MBE

June O'Sullivan MBE is Chief Executive of the London Early Years Foundation (LEYF), a social enterprise which currently runs 38 nurseries across eleven London boroughs.Read more

Sammy Odoi (Board Member Elect)

Sammy Odoi is a qualified social worker, social entrepreneur and founder of Wipers Youth CIC, a social enterprise dedicated to engaging and empowering disadvantaged and vulnerable young people.Read more

Jo Ransom

Jo has worked in the social enterprise arena for 20 years; initially responsible as Programme Director for a multi million pound European funded project that led to the founding and formation of Social Enterprise East of England (SEEE). Jo has continued to be a Director of SEEE and was voted onto the SEUK Board by its (then) membership Council; representing social enterprise at a grass roots level.Read more

Dave Dawes

Dave Dawes is a nurse and has been a founding member of four social enterprises over the last eight years. He is the first nurse to be elected to the Board of Social Enterprise UK and the first social entrepreneur to be elected to the Council of the Royal College of Nursing.Read more

Will Nixon

Will joined Aspire in 2007 and he has more than 25 years’ experience in the housing, regeneration and social enterprise sectors. He had previously held senior positions in local government and with regeneration agencies.Read more