Lucy Bracken (Chair)
Lucy Bracken joined as Chair in October 2011 to oversee the continued development of Age UK East London. A Health Professional, Lucy brings her experience of living, working and funding services in Hackney to the board as well as a dynamic positive attitude to change
Dr Mary Flatley
Dr Mary Flatley offers the Board her experience of current Health Developments and her research skills. Mary currently works in a local hospice and also brings up to date knowledge of developments within end of life care and support for older people.
Mark Harvey is a 30 year qualified solicitor specialising in charity law and governance. He was head of legal and company secretary for Age UK (and formerly Help The Aged) for 9 years.He brings a wealth of knowledge of the voluntary sector with expertise in trustee boards and governance of charities. He has great experience of the needs and opportunities for older people.
Glyn Kyle MBE
Glyn Kyle is a board member of London Travel Watch and an independent committee member of a large housing association with concentrations of stock in Tower Hamlets and Newham. He has a longstanding interest in older peoples' issues and, at the end of 2013, completed a successful maximum term in office as Chair of Age UK London.
As a former senior director of the British Library and a trustee of various trusts, including those of Shakespeare's Birthplace and a local East London health charity, Andrew Philips brings senior management and board-level experience. A long time East London resident, he is currently Chairman of the Guild of St Bartholomew's Hospital.
As a former accountant from the financial services industry, Kevin Rigg is part of our finance committee leading on financial oversight within the organisation. As a Bow resident and former member of the Tower Hamlets Board, Kevin has actively promoted changed during his tenure.
Adrian Stones is an experienced HR professional having worked at a senior level in the third sector, local govenment and the social housing sector. Currently working with various charities in an HR role.
Emma Whitby brings experience of service user involvement in health and social care services and of community-led research. From her work she brings a knowledge of health and social care policy and of good practice in supporting volunteers.
Rosanna Clare Hardwick
Rosanna Hardwick brings experience of finance and social investment within the health & social care sector through her work on the Care & Wellbeing Fund at Social Finance and her previous role at Deloitte. She also has experience within the voluntary sector, having worked as Charity & Communications Manager for the mental health charity, Student Minds. Rosanna has a first class degree and Masters in Physics from the University of Oxford.