OUR TRUSTEES

WE ARE PROUD TO BE AN INDEPENDENT, EVIDENCE-BASED CHARITY; OUR BOARD OF TRUSTEES IS RESPONSIBLE
FOR OUR GOVERNANCE AND STRATEGIC DIRECTION  

ROLE OF THE TRUSTEES

Our committed Trustees ensure that NAT continues to successfully
champion the rights of people affected by HIV and campaign for change.

Together, our Trustees:

  • Set and maintain our vision, mission and values
  • Develop strategy
  • Ensure accountability and compliance with the law
  • Maintain financial oversight
  • Select and support the Chief Executive

maintaining a strong board

Trustees are selected to ensure that the charity is led by a strong board with a broad range of skills, expertise and experience.
Our Trustees come from a wide variety of backgrounds and each has a strong interest in or experience of HIV. Between them,
​our Trustees live and work in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

 Our current trustees are:

Professor Jane Anderson CBE (Chair)

Jonathan Bell

Kathleen Britain

Dr Valerie Delpech 

Professor Paul Flowers 

Professor Martin Green OBE 

Judy Hague

David Johnson

Pat Knowles MBE

Peter Roscrow

Dr Olwen Williams OBE

Dr Lee Winter

The full Board of Trustees meets four times a year. Trustees and independent members of our
committees are unpaid, but may claim expenses incurred performing their duties.