John Berriman has chaired MacIntyre since late 2003. His brother James has been supported by MacIntyre since the foundation of the charity over 50 years ago. John has held governance roles with MacIntyre charities for over 30 years.
John is a former senior advisory partner of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP where he was also a Board member and Chief Operating Officer. He is a former Global Chief Operating Officer of the international law firm, Norton Rose Fulbright.
John is a Council and Executive Committee member at the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House). He is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, Companion of the Chartered Management Institute and Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors in the UK.
Adam joined the MacIntyre Trust Board in February 2017. He chairs the Education committee and is a member of the Digital committee.
Adam is currently Chief Operating Officer of a large multi-academy trust. Previously he was a management consultant for eight years, advising on large government programmes. His prior experience included a policy role at the Department for Education. He has a strong interest and passion for education and children’s life chances, and combines this with expertise in operational delivery and transformation.
Adam was previously an independent director of MacIntyre Academies Trust. He is currently co-chair of his local voluntary sector infrastructure charity, CommUNITY Barnet.
Rosemary currently chairs the Governance Review committee. She is also a member of the Property, Nominations and Audit, Risk and Safeguarding committees.
Rosemary is a non practicing solicitor. She is former senior partner of the city law firm Trowers & Hamlins, where she specialised in housing, charity and care work. She headed up Trowers & Hamlins practice in the care sector. She has more than 27 years’ experience of legal work for the not-for-profit sector.
Rosemary was recognised in the legal directories of the Legal 500 and Chambers and partners as a leading expert in social housing law.
Dr Dragana Josifova
Dragna is a member of the Education committee. She has been a consultant in clinical genetics at Guy’s and St. Thomas’ Hospital NHS Trust for some 15 years.
Her clinical expertise is in the genetics of epilepsies and neurodevelopmental disorders, a large group of aetiologically varied conditions, frequently associated with intellectual disability, autism and behavioural difficulties. Dragana brings the medical, psychological and humanistic aspects of these conditions to MacIntyre’s holistic approach to the children and adults whom we support.
Dragana is an active researcher and has been involved in the discovery of new genes associated with neurological disorders. She is a Senior lecturer at King’s College London and holds a leadership role in undergraduate education in her field.
Neil has been a MacIntyre Trustee since late 2007. He has a particular interest in Education and is a member of the Education committee and also chairs MacIntyre Academies.
Neil’s expertise is in risk management in financial services. He has held a number of executive positions in both the Banking and Insurance sectors, including at RBS and the RSA Insurance Group. He spent a number of years as a senior risk management consultant at Ernst & Young before embarking on a Non Executive portfolio career.
Neil currently sits on the Boards of a number of companies as an independent Non Executive Director.
Pam joined the Board as a Trustee in 2016. She has a younger brother, Graham, who has been supported in residential care for nearly 20 years by MacIntyre in Great Holm, Milton Keynes.
Pam has over 25 years’ experience in teaching. Pam is the Headteacher at Church Crookham Junior School, which is a successful five-form entry school in Hampshire. Her role has included being a governor at the school.
Pam is a member of the Education Committee.
Nikki Williams Ellis MBE
Nikki has been involved with MacIntyre governance for over 30 years. Her brother Richard has been supported by MacIntyre since it was founded. Nikki chairs the MacIntyre Property committee and was the first chair of the former MacIntyre Housing Association.
Nikki was a founding partner and managing director of Commercial Estates Group, which specialises in the investment and development of commercial and residential properties throughout the UK.
Since 2004 Nikki has concentrated on her own family interests and her charity work. She is a Trustee of the UCLH charity, where she also chairs the Property sub committee, and RCSF, a charity which is building in Rwanda. Nikki was awarded an MBE in 2016.
Ruth joined the Board of Trustees in 2016 and is a member of the Remuneration & Wellbeing Committee. Her brother in law James is supported by MacIntyre in Great Holm, Milton Keynes.
Ruth is the Director of People Capital for Alexander Mann Solutions (AMS) where she has worked for 12 years. She is responsible for the strategic direction of People Capital including Talent Acquisition, Learning & Development, HR, Citizenship and Internal Communications. Prior to joining AMS, Ruth worked for nine years in an international consultancy as an HR consultant.
Ruth is a member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (CIPD).
Duncan has been involved with various MacIntyre charities for most of the last 30 years. His sister Rowena has been supported by MacIntyre since it opened Wingrave School in 1974.
Duncan chairs the Remuneration & Wellbeing committee and is a member of the Audit, Risk and Safeguarding committee.
Duncan is a Solicitor who practices in Bedfordshire and specialises in Wills, Probate, Trusts, Inheritance Tax planning, Powers of Attorney and related private client matters. He is presently a Town Councillor in Biggleswade. Formerly he has been Mayor of Biggleswade, Chairman of the Finance and General Purposes and Personnel Committees of the former Mid Bedfordshire District Council and Chairman of the Governors of Sunnyside Special School, Biggleswade.
Rachel joined the MacIntyre Trustee Board in 2016. She chairs the Audit, Risk and Safeguarding committee and is a member of the Nominations committee. She is a partner of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC), working with government and public sector clients supporting them with financial, risk, control and assurance services. She has extensive experience of assessing and advising on major central government programmes, spanning finance, operations and education.
Rachel has also worked closely with the not-for-profit sector and previously led PwC’s charity training team.
Rachel is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and has held previous trustee roles across education and employment charities.
Martin chairs the Digital committee and is a member of the Governance Review committee. He is a founding Board member of MacIntyre Academies.
Martin is an independent consultant to the travel and tourism industry and has a strong marketing and branding background. He spent many years at the helm of a medium sized travel company which was operating in key European markets and the Middle East. He is now involved in a number of start-ups as well as consulting in the travel, tourism and aviation sector.
As a Fellow of the UK Institute of Travel and Tourism, Martin’s opinion is frequently sought both in the UK and internationally.
Ranjit Bhose QC
Ranjit became a Trustee in March 2020 and is a member of the Governance Review Committee.
He has been a practising barrister in London for more than 30 years, and was appointed a QC (“silk”) in 2012. He specialises in Local Government, Public, Property and Licensing Law, working with scores of local authorities, housing associations and other public bodies. Within his Local Government practice Ranjit has gained particular expertise, relevant to his role as a MacIntyre trustee, in the fields of governance, regulatory law, housing, contracts, and the provision of care and support.
Ranjit is recognised in the Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners Directories as a leading silk in all his main practice areas.