The Child Brain Injury Trust board of Trustees. Scroll down the page to find out more on each of the Trustees.
He is well travelled having spent a year in Canada, the USA and Mexico and his early career as a solicitor having taken him from Swansea to Basingstoke via Reading and finally back to Cardiff where he now lives with his wife and two children.
Rob is a Partner for the Cardiff-based firm, NewLaw Solicitors LLP specialising in brain injury personal injury cases.
Terry founded 2e2 in 2002 having previously been VP of Services for EMEA of NCR corp. and COO of 4Front a NASDAQ listed US Company.
Polly is now director of Polly Symondson Recruitment – a consultancy that specialises in placing fundraisers with regionally based organisations.
Aside from the above (and much to the delight of her husband), Polly has developed a passion for cricket – watching, not playing!
He has been Chair of Paediatrics and Clinical Genetics at the Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals and President of the British Paediatric Neurology Association and is a founding Trustee of the UK Children’s Neurological Research Campaign and a Governor of Northern House School.
He is married to Claire, a retired consultant community paediatrician and allotment enthusiast, and they have two grown-up children who are aspiring journalists. He experiences increasing difficulty playing Real Tennis.
Mark is chairperson of the Northern Ireland steering committee for the charity.
He has worked in the Medical Device Industry for more than 25 years, principally in Sales & Marketing and latterly at Board and Director level, managing companies in the orthopaedic, spinal and neuro-rehabilitation sectors. His remit has encompassed International responsibility, and thus Andrew has travelled extensively in the course of his work.
He now focuses his attention on assisting Start-up medtech companies launch themselves in EMEA markets, establishing their commercial presence as well as their clinical and sales strategy.
When he is not working or wondering what his 3 daughters are up to he is a keen Triathlete, aiming to complete the Ironman.
Katie has specialist experience and interest in the effect of childhood brain injury on the family and on family coping and adjustment. She has written published articles on this subject and teaches nationally on paediatric neuropsychology and rehabilitation.
Previously, Katie worked in the Paediatric Neuropsychology Service at Guy’s Hospital assessing and treating children with neurological conditions.