Our Trustees are responsible for setting Enham Trust's strategic direction and reviewing its operating and financial position. They are also responsible for the Trust's system of internal control and its effectiveness.
The Board meets monthly to address major decisions on Enham Trust's future strategy, investment and other policy matters. It also addresses issues which arise from the committees.
Each member of our Board is appointed for a specific reason based on their experience, contacts and interests.
Chairman - Professor Khalid Aziz LVO DL FRSA
Area of expertise: Leadership, Media and Communications
I see Enham Trust as a widely established charity that is greatly admired. There is tremendous potential to spread the word about the quality and variety of its work.
Professor Khalid Aziz was appointed Chairman of Enham Trust in November 2012 after joining the Board in February 2012 as Chairman.
Professor Aziz brings a wealth of experience in media communications and organisational development. He is Chairman of The Aziz Corporation. He is Life President of Naomi House Children's Hospice and an International Ambassador for The Prince’s Trust.
In 1997 he was appointed Lieutenant of the Royal Victorian Order by HM The Queen and shortly afterwards a Deputy Lieutenant of Hampshire. He lives a few miles from Enham Alamein in St Mary Bourne.
Vice Chairman - Rob Childs
Area of expertise: Organisational Strategy & Risk Management
I live in Hampshire and, since Enham Trust is a local charity, I have always been aware of its good work. The Trust provides a very valuable service to disabled individuals.
As a businessman who has board experience of a FTSE 250 company working in both the UK and the US, Rob brings his knowledge of setting organisational strategy and its subsequent execution.
Rob was educated at London University, is an Honorary Fellow of Royal Holloway and former Chairman of the Management School Advisory Board.
He has worked at Hiscox for 26 years and is currently the Chief Underwriting Officer and main Board Director and Chairman of Hiscox USA.
Rob has extensive experience in the insurance industry and is presently a member of the Council of Lloyds.
Trustee - Luke March DL
Area of expertise: NHS Services Management
I have much admired and been inspired by the commitment by Enham to the independence of disabled people ever since we moved to Andover in 1980.
Mr March is Chairman of the Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases, a specialist hospital for the management of rheumatic diseases, chronic pain, and chronic fatigue syndrome with an international reputation for research. He is formerly Chairman of the Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust, which provides acute and specialist services across Wiltshire, Hampshire and Dorset, including plastic surgery, burns and rehabilitation and spinal services across most of Southern England.
He is also Deputy Lieutenant of Wiltshire.
Mr March brings a wealth of experience to Enham Trust, having been a Non-Executive Director within the NHS since 1988, first in Winchester and later in East London.
During a long and varied career, Mr March has held positions as Director of TSB Bank, Corporate Governance Director of BT Group, Chief Executive of the Mortgage Compliance Board, and more recently Compliance Director of the Royal Mail Group.
Trustee - Matthew Samuel-Camps
Area of expertise: Commercial and Residential Property
My first impression when visiting Enham was the infectious passion from everybody involved with the Trust to improve all aspects of the lives of those with disabilities.
Matthew is a member of the RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) and an equity partner and board member of Vail Williams LLP.
He has 25 years’ experience across the commercial and residential property industry behind him. His operational speciality is in property receivership for lending banks where his team currently manages around £250 million of impaired loans in the UK.
He also heads a Social Housing team which provides valuation, development and occupational advice to a number of major social housing providers in central southern England.
Matthew lives in the Meon Valley with his family. His wife is active in the local voluntary field.
Trustee - Clare Scheckter DL
Area of expertise: Manufacturing, Process Development & Customer Interface
Clare and her husband Jody Scheckter, the 1979 Formula One world champion, founded the organic biodynamic Laverstoke Park Farm in Hampshire 12 years ago. The 2,500 acre farm is home to a large herd of water buffalo, sheep, cattle, wild boar, pigs and poultry and produces organic cheeses, meat, ice cream, ale, compost, eggs, vegetables, fruit ….
Prior to that she was the Chief Operating Officer and Co-founder of a high tech company based in Atlanta, USA which provided simulators for police and military training.
In 2003 Clare set up the Laverstoke Park Education Centre which has since welcomed more than 15,000 pupils, students and adult learners on free educational visits to learn about sustainable land management, biodiversity, farm animal welfare and healthy food production.
She has been a Governor of Testbourne School since 2006 and in 2013 was appointed as a Deputy Lieutenant of Hampshire.
Clare lives in north Hampshire with her husband, four children and three dogs.
Area of expertise: Nursing and Organisational Development
Prior to joining University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust, Judy was a Director of Nursing, Organisational Development and Assistant Chief Executive at Winchester and Eastleigh Healthcare NHS Trust.
She has worked in the health service for many years in a variety of roles in the Acute, Primary Care and educational settings. Qualifying as a registered adult and paediatric nurse at The Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street, London, Judy’s career has covered a wide range of areas including senior clinical, education and management and Board leadership positions. She now leads the Trust’s Quality Governance, Organisational Development and Clinical redesign agenda, and has facilitated progression of delivery of key quality metrics to upper quartile performance nationally.
Trustee - Simon Robinson
I was a trustee for the MOVE Partnership for over ten years, so when it was looking for a new home outside London last year, The Enham Trust seemed to provide just the right synergy. The collaboration of these two charities gives much more than just hope to disabled people of all ages.”
Simon is currently chairman of his family business in East Hampshire, Hattingley Valley Wines, which was established in 2008. After more than 30 years practising as a solicitor, he left the City three years ago to lead the burgeoning wine business into its next stage of development from pure producer into selling its wines. The family also have an arable farm and are re-introducing livestock into the local area.
Simon is the chairman of the Governing Body of Charterhouse School and has recently been appointed as chairman of English Wine Producers.