About us Leadership Trustees of St Wilfrid's Hospice Duncan Adams Duncan has a wealth of experience in marketing, communications and stakeholder engagement gained across the public and third sectors. He previously held the role of Director of Marketing at St Wilfrid's some years ago. Now Director of Marketing and Communications for a large group of London colleges, he has lived in Eastbourne all his life and has a strong network of local and regional contacts which he brings to support the work of the hospice. Alan Breeze Alan was born and educated in Eastbourne. After qualifiying as a Chartered Accountant in 1976, he took up employment in London as a manager at KPMG. In 1981, he set up Breeze & Associates, a local firm of chartered accountants. He was a long-serving Board member of EAPAG (Chalk Farm project), and a previous co-owner of a residential care home in Eastbourne. Jane Butler Jane is a Registered Nurse who has worked in a range of senior clinical, managerial and education roles in the NHS and in higher education. She currently works for Health Education England working across Kent, Surrey and Sussex as Head of Clinical Education, with responsibilities for supporting the education and training of healthcare professionals. She leads a team delivering region-wide workforce transformation projects and has close working links with providers of NHS care and education partners. Jane is married and lives in Hailsham. Lauren Chambers Lauren is a senior litigation solicitor and partner at Barwells.. She qualified as a litigation solicitor in Cornwall in 2003 and is now based in the Barwells Seaford office. Lauren advises on a wide range of disputes, including settlement agreements, commercial disputes, contested probate matters and possession claims for private landlords. She lives in Seaford with her husband Matt, and her slightly high maintenance cat Eden. Chairman: Fiona MacIntyre Fiona was a main Board Director at Penguin Random House, until she took early retirement in 2014. Fiona began her career in publishing straight from university, moving through various editorial roles, before she became Managing Director of Ebury Publishing, part of PRH, in 2004. Alongside her commercial responsibilities, she took particular interest in coaching and mentoring, both inside and outside her industry. Dr Janet McGowan Janet recently retired from being a consultant anaesthetist at Eastbourne District General Hospital where she worked for over 30 years, having trained originally in London and Bristol, qualifying in medicine in 1975. Clinical governance is one of her special interests and she has seen this grow in importance over time. Her other trusteeships involve a local Eastbourne Charity for older people and a school in Surrey. She has two sons both in medicine. Vicki Morrey Vicki has recently retired from a long career in hospice and palliative care. She has served as both Clinical Director and Chief Executive of four hospices in England and Wales. A keen interest in strategic thinking and national policy led to close involvement with Hospice UK and serving as a Trustee of the National Council for Palliative Care for 10 years until retiring as vice-chair in 2014. Vicki was also a contributor to the national End of Life Care Strategy. She is married with two grown-up sons. Karen Planterose Karen started her career as a Registered Nurse and has 16 years' experience working in the independent healthcare sector. She lives on the south coast with her husband Julian and their two children. Paul Slide Paul recently stepped down as a Chief Executive for Christian Publishing & Outreach which assists churches and other organisations with outreach and publicity resources. He's been involved in business and publishing for over 30 years, and is enthused by fresh ideas and community-based projects. In his spare time, he cycles to keep fit. Paul lives in West Sussex and has been married for 25 years. David Turner Prior to his retirement David was Chief Executive of Rother Homes, a local housing company and registered charity. During his career he was involved in a number of special needs projects involving both the statutory and voluntary sectors. Since his retirement, David has been active in the voluntary sector and is currently also a Trustee of Citizens Advice Eastbourne.