David joined the Arsenal board in 1983 and was made Vice-Chairman in the same year. He also rose to Vice-Chairman of the Football Association and has served on numerous UEFA and FIFA Committees.
Karren Brady is Vice Chairman of West Ham F.C, a Peer in the House of Lords and features on BBC’s TheApprentice.
In September 2014, Dame Sally joined United Learning and is National Director of Secondary Education.
Rollo is a Managing Partner and leads the global corporate and CEO positioning practice area.
Jonathan Norbury is Head of Key Clients at Lloyds Bank Private Banking, a team that manages some of the highest profile clients of Lloyds Bank.
A British media executive, football administrator, journalist and broadcaster.
Mark Phillips KC has been a barrister for 35 years. He was involved in the establishment of the Premier League for the “big 5 clubs”.
Jason is the Head of Prison Industries, Catering and Physical Education in HM Prison Service (All England and Wales) and is the charities specialist advisor on criminal justice.
Robert was appointed to lead The FA’s International and Corporate Affairs division in August 2018.
With 33 England caps, 185 goals for Arsenal and 117 goals for Crystal Palace, Ian is one of the UK’s all time leading goal scorers.
One of the UK’s most experienced leaders in football, Rick Parry - Chairman of the EFL Board - served as both chief executive of the Premier League between 1991 and 1997, and Liverpool Football Club between 1997 and 2009.
After graduating from Bristol, Nigel worked for a few years in merchant banking, before starting own business publishing financial newsletters.
Hilton Freund was fundamental to the launch of Twinning Project in October 2018 and has been a key factor to the growth and success of the initiative.
Les has a vast experience in grassroots football, having been involved as a player, referee, administrator and coach.
Graeme worked in the Prison Service for 31 years and is also an FA tutor.
Farhad has maintained a passion for football growing up in Lewisham & Greenwich, in South-East London.