Dr Stephanie Henderson-Begg (Chair)
Dr Stephanie Henderson-Begg is a Director in the banking regulation team at PwC, providing advice to bank boards and senior management teams. She has a particular passion for training and coaching from her time as a Senior Lecturer at the University of East London and has a background in primary academic biomedical research. In her spare time as well as chairing the Board of Trustees for the Lullaby Trust, she has acted as Chair and Secretary for her local British Sub Aqua Club and as a School Governor for two local primary schools where she was Chair of Governors and Chair of the Pay & Performance Committee at different times. Stephanie is a bereaved parent and mother to two living children who has first hand experience of using our services.
Dr Charlotte Daman-Willems
Dr Justin Daniels
Justin Daniels is a Consultant Paediatrician at North Middlesex University Hospital in North London. In addition to his clinical role he has held a number of senior management roles and is currently the interim Associate Medical Director. He is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at University College London. He works with NICE as part of their Technology Appraisal Committee and is a trustee of The Lullaby Trust. He studied at Nottingham University and worked in New Zealand before moving to London. As part of his Paediatric role he is very aware of the impact of deprivation on children and the importance of ensuring that commissioning and local services are integrated to give every child the best chance in life.
Mr Terry Hebden
Terry is a bereaved parent who became a member of the Finance committee of The Lullaby Trust (formerly FSID) in 2000. He became chair of that committee and a trustee in 2007 and subsequently in 2011 chair of the charity, a position which he has recently relinquished. Terry was a Corporate Banker with Barclays spending several years in the City managing a team specialising in banking services for the insurance industry. He left Barclays in 2000 at which time he was Corporate Director for Northamptonshire. Since then he has undertaken several non executive director roles and provided consultancy services mainly to insurance businesses and in corporate finance
Ms Rupal Kantaria
Rupal is a Partner at global management consultancy, Oliver Wyman. She works primarily in Oliver Wyman’s The Forum: a diverse community of private, public and third sector influencers engaging together to co-create ideas and practically test solutions to shared global challenges. Rupal also co-leads Oliver Wyman’s UK Social Impact team, serves as a strategic advisor at the 30% Club and as a Board Trustee for the Lullaby Trust. She has co-founded two social mission movements: Mission INCLUDE driving inclusive culture at corporates and GenGive igniting the social conscience in families. She graduated with a first class degree in Economics and Management from Cambridge University.
Mr David Marshall
Mrs Lavinia Postlethwaite
Lavinia first started fundraising for The Lullaby Trust in the mid-1980s, after her second daughter died in 1982. Due to the corporate entertaining business she was a director of, Lavinia had experience in organising and running events such as balls, activity days, family fun days. For a while she was a volunteer working with the Fundraising team going into the office one day a week, and then from 1997 was employed by the charity 3 days a week. The London marathon, balls, 007 premieres, family fun days, annual Carol service and selection of Christmas cords have all been part of her remit at various times. For a number of years now Lavinia is back to being a volunteer working in the office one day a week with the Fundraising team.
Ms Catharine Pusey
Catharine Pusey studied languages at University College London. She took up a career in business publishing, which included a period with responsibility for the UK Music Charts along the way. A move to set up commercial services within the British Film Institute introduced her to the not-for-profit sector and the need to marry business skills with charitable objectives. As a result she became a freelance interim CEO, helping trustees where there was a management vacancy. She has worked with a wide variety of organisations from the National Trust and Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, to SOS Children’s Villages UK and smaller charities offering services to stroke and head injury survivors. She has been a non-executive director of the Imperial War Museums Trading Company and trustee of her local Centre for Voluntary Service, where she managed a merger with its neighbouring equivalent. She has three sons and lives in Hertfordshire with her husband. As a parent she was always very aware of The Lullaby Trust and noted the Back to Sleep campaign in time for the arrival of her third baby. Recently promoted to grandparenthood, she has witnessed at first hand the safer sleep practices now taught to new parents and this renewed her awareness of The Lullaby Trust and its valuable work.
Mrs Kirsti Robertshaw
Kirsti is a lawyer with over 25 years of experience in the energy projects space focusing on commercial, financing and regulatory matters. She has spent the majority of her professional career in private practice and is currently a partner with global law firm Mayer Brown. Kirsti became a trustee in July 2013 and has provided particular support with The Lullaby Trust’s contractual arrangements
Ms Ethna Dillon
Mr Chris Cleaver
Chris is strategy and planning director of branding agency Identica, part of Writtle Group. He works hand in hand with the agency’s creative and client service teams across a raft of clients including Walmart, Waterford, Butlers Chocolates, Kenwood, and Olam. He has a long track record in brand design, having worked for global branding agency Interbrand, as well as setting up two boutique brand strategy agencies during his 30 year career.
Chris first became involved with the charity through working with the SMT and Trustees to change the charity’s name from FSID to Lullaby Trust. Since he became a trustee, Identica has provided pro-bono design support when needed. He has three grown up children and lives in Oxford with his wife Rebecca and cockapoo Wendy.