The Prince’s Trust International team is passionate, experienced and committed to improving the lives of young people.Our leadership and executive team provide a wealth and depth of global knowledge and expertise. Our Board is international, diverse in composition and independent.
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Sir Lloyd is an entrepreneur and philanthropist. He is the Founder of the Travelex Group, the world’s largest retailer of foreign exchange which he started in 1976 from one small shop in central London. The business was sold in 2015.
In the charity sector, he has been Chairman of Prince’s Trust International since December 2015. He was also Chairman of the Prince’s Trust from 2015 to 2018, having joined the charity’s Council (Board) in 2007. In addition, he is Deputy Chairman of the Community Security Trust and a Trustee of the Royal Opera House, the Royal Academy Trust, BAFTA and JW3. He was a Governor of St Paul’s School from 2005 to 2016. He served on the Board of the National Theatre for over nine years and one of its theatres, the Cottesloe, was renamed the Dorfman Theatre in 2013.
In 2018, he was awarded a Knighthood in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list for services to philanthropy and the arts, following his appointment as CBE in 2008 for services to business and charity. In 2011, he was awarded The Prince of Wales Medal for Arts Philanthropy.X
Rupert Goodman DL was educated at Eton and Trinity College, Cambridge.
He is the Founder and Chairman of FIRST- a leading multi-disciplinary International Affairs Organisation. FIRST was awarded the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in 2010 and 2013 on the recommendation of the Prime Minister and with the approval of Her Majesty the Queen. He is also Chairman of World Petroleum and World Energy Insight – organisations providing information on the oil/gas and energy sectors. He received a Periodical Publisher’s Award in 1993.
Rupert Goodman sits on a wide variety of Boards and Trusts and advises international organisations and corporations. He is a director of New Waves Solutions, the operating company of the DEME Group- the world’s largest marine company, Chairman of Elmbridge Partners and a founder Director of Equilibrium. He is Chairman and a founder Trustee of the British-Kazakh Society, Chairman of the Thai-UK Business Council, Founder of The Responsible Capitalism Initiative, a Vice President of Fauna and Flora International (Environmental Charity) and a member of the Development Board of Artes Mundi (contemporary Arts Prize). He was a Trustee of the National Botanic Garden of Wales (2005-2008). He was appointed a Trustee and the first Deputy Chairman of The Prince’s Trust International in 2016.
He was appointed a Deputy Lieutenant of Greater London in 2012 and received a Metropolitan Police Commissioner’s Award for bravery in 2012. He is also a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society. He has edited and co-edited a wide range of books and contributed articles to a number of magazines and journals.X
Dame Martina joined The Prince’s Trust in May 2004 and became Group Chief Executive in 2017. She is responsible for overseeing the success of the six charitable organisations within the Prince’s Trust Group covering the UK, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, United States and International.
Dame Martina trained and began her career as a journalist, established the Press and Communications function for the Catholic Fund for Overseas Development (CAFOD) and worked on a freelance basis for a range of national media. She then held the post of Chief Executive of the Association of Spinal Injury Research, Rehabilitation and Reintegration (ASPIRE). In 2000 she became Chief Executive of the BBC Children in Need Appeal.
Dame Martina has been a trustee of several charities including the National Citizen Service and Capital City College Group. In 2018 she became Chair of the Social Mobility Commission.
Dame Martina received a CBE for services to charity in 2013. In the 2017 New Year Honours list she received the honour of Dame Commander of the Royal Victorian Order (DCVO)X
Mohamed Amersi is the Chairman of the Amersi Foundation which supports initiatives in education, building cohesive societies, inclusive capitalism, governance and the futures agenda (https://amersifoundation.org).The Foundation also launched the Inclusive Ventures Group (https://inclusiveventures.com), a responsible profits social impact investing platform that has invested in education, livelihood, health and waste management in Africa and Asia. Mohamed Amersi is a Fellow of Brasenose College, University of Oxford and is a member of the Development Board of the British Academy, a member of the Boards of Orb Media, Unchain, the Islamic Reporting Initiative, the Governing Council of the Royal Agricultural University, the Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council, the Global Leadership Council of the Said Business School, University of Oxford , the Advisory Board of the Oxford Internet Institute and the Global Advisory Board of the Oxford Foundry. In addition, Mohamed Amersi is the Chairman of the iShia Foundation, the International Advisory Council of the British Asian Trust, a member of the Global Partners Council of the Institute of New Economic Thinking and a Trustee of Prince’s Trust International and the Rose Castle Foundation.
Michelle retired as partner at Goldman Sachs in December 2017, having spent 28 years working for Goldman Sachs around the world. She most recently led the Executive Office for Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia and was the Chief Administrative Officer for EMEA. Michelle was a member of several Goldman Sachs committees including the European Management Committee. Previously she was the Chief Operating Officer for the Securities Division in EMEA and led the firm’s efforts to establish its presence in Russia and the Middle East.
Michelle has lived and worked in Frankfurt, New York and Hong Kong. In addition to her roles with The Princes Trust and Princes Trust International, Michelle also serves as a trustee of the Mayor’s Fund for London and as an Advisory Board member of Facing History and Ourselves.X
António is currently the Chief Executive Officer, Global Private Banking at HSBC and a member of HSBC’s Group Executive Committee. António has been at HSBC since 2007 having worked previously at McKinsey and Goldman Sachs. He is set to step down as CEO and leave HSBC during 2020.
António was born in Lisbon, Portugal, where he graduated in economics in the Nova School of Business and Economics. He also holds a master’s degree in business administration from Columbia University.
In 2009, he was appointed a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum and is a regular delegate at the annual meeting in Davos.
He is a vocal campaigner on youth unemployment issues and has been involved with the Prince’s Trust since 2012. He became a Trustee of Prince’s Trust International in 2018.
In 2012, he was invited to be a founding member of Conselho da Diáspora Portuguesa (World Portuguese Network), a group of Portuguese people living abroad advising the Portuguese presidency.
I have worked for three decades in the global creative and media industries with the unfaltering belief in the power of creativity to tackle the world’s toughest problems. I have led commercial companies of scale as well as a not-for-profit enterprise of significance. My quest at kyu, since joining in 2018, is to enable purpose-led growth of a creative collective in a cutting-edge, 21st century formation.
Head quartered in NYC, kyu is a collective of strategically curated creative companies committed to propelling the economy and society forwards. Amongst our collective are IDEO – the design and innovation firm, Kepler Group – a data-driven media company, Sid Lee – the brand-building advertising network, SYPartners – a leadership transformation consultancy, BEworks – a behavioural economics consultancy, and more.
I am charged with driving kyu’s international expansion plans with a specific remit to look for new acquisition opportunities, as well as accelerating the collaboration efforts between member companies to deliver high impact outcomes for their clients.
From 2015 – 2018, I was seconded by Nike Inc. to be the CEO of Girl Effect, a creative non-profit building youth brands and mobile platforms to empower girls to change their lives. Girl Effect combines expertise across brand, media, mobile and data with deep international development experience, reaching and impacting over 53 million people across the global south.
Previously, I was Chief Executive of All3Media, the UK’s biggest independent television content production group. I led the strategic sale of the company for its private equity owners Permira to a joint venture between Discovery Communications and Liberty Global for enterprise value £550 million.
I had a 22-year career at Abbot Mead Vickers BBDO, learning my creative practitioner skills and rising through the ranks to become Chief Executive and a member of the BBDO worldwide board in NYC. In my tenure at AMV BBDO I worked with the CEOs and boards of Sainsbury’s, BT, Eurostar, EDF Energy, The Economist, Aviva, Mars, Mercedes, Pepsi, GE and Starbucks.
I served on the British Prime Minister’s Business Advisory Group from 2013 to 2015 and have served as a Business Ambassador for the Creative Industries of Britain. I was a Trustee of the Royal National Theatre in London and served on the Advisory Board of the Cambridge Judge Business School. I was a Non-Executive Director of Huntsworth plc and a Director of the Board of Aldo Group headquartered in Canada. I currently serve as a Trustee of Sadler’s Wells dance company and Prince’s Trust International.
In 2011, I was awarded a Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (CBE) and was named Business Woman of the Year in 2010 Asian Women of Achievement Awards.
I graduated with a joint honours degree from Emmanuel College, Cambridge and have completed the Omnicom Advanced Management Programme at Babson College.
Alistair is an entrepreneur who joined the Council in June 2018. He has extensive experience in running businesses in areas as diverse as coffee roasting, turbine blade coating and technical cleaning. He is a Chartered Accountant and a Partner in practice. Alistair sat on the Board of National Youth Theatre, where he was Deputy Chair and was Deputy Chair of the Board of Governors of St Paul’s School, London. He is a founder Trustee of the Accelerate & Access Foundation, a charity that supports children from deprived backgrounds go to university.X