Rob is a Business and Personal coach who works with professionals to help with personal development, goal setting, problem solving and career challenges. He has over 20 years’ experience working with and supporting people from a wide variety of backgrounds and is a certified Member of the International Coaching Federation.
Rob provided Executive Search services to directors and NEDs, predominantly in the third and public sectors while building a 50-person recruitment business before exiting in 2020. Since 2008, Rob has sat on several Boards gaining exposure to mergers, policy, membership, fundraising, impact and chairing. He worked with a parent group to set up Ealing Fields, a secondary school in west London, and is currently a trustee for two other charities.
Rob is delighted to be Co-Chairing Mind in Enfield and Barnet: He believes that many more people will be supported due to the joining of services, staff and boards.
Jayne's career of almost 40 years has been spent in a variety of roles in the health and voluntary sector arenas, including at CEO level for over 20 years. Currently she is utilising her HR expertise in charity interim placements. Jayne brings a range of skills to the Board but is primarily an expert in charity governance and HR. She served as a trustee and co-chair of Mind in Barnet for 18 months' in the lead up to the merger with Mind in Enfield and looks forward to contributing to the newly formed Mind in Enfield and Barnet as Co-Chair. In her spare time Jayne is a keen cinema goer and enjoys reading for leisure.
Lisa’s career of over 20 years in the NHS has been in a variety of roles across a wide range of organisations. She joined the NHS as a member of the national graduate training scheme and qualified as an accountant as part of the scheme. On graduating she secured a role in the NHS and has continued to work for the NHS in a wide variety of roles across different types of organisations. She has senior experience as a commissioner, in financial planning and spent over eight years working in trusts that provide mental health and community services. She was trustee and then treasurer for the Maya Centre in Islington.
Lisa is currently Director of Financial Performance for Barnet Hospital, part of the Royal Free Group. In her spare time Lisa is a fan of rugby league and a keen ballroom dancer.
I was elected onto the Board of Trustees of Mind in Enfield – 11 September 2019. I have been a client/service user and a member of Mind in Enfield’s Hearing Voices Support group since 2011. I grew up in Nigeria and have worked in various businesses and enterprises, including teaching at both junior and secondary schools whilst living in Gambia.
I was a Trustee for the Board of Trustees for Mind in Barnet and now a Trustee of Mind in Enfield and Barnet. I am a Service User, having lived with OCD and Depression since I was 7 Years Old. I have been involved with Barnet Voice for Mental Health, Service User Group, around 26 Years. During that time, I joined EMU, the Enfield Service User Group where I attended the Acute Wards at Chase Farm Hospital weekly for 2 Years. I have sat on a number of Committees. I feel my biggest achievement is in convincing Barnet Voice, as an organisation, to take action on the often neglectful and abusive behaviour that patients can experience on the Wards. I have founded, and run, the OCD Support Group at The Priory – North London, for 29 years, it is now officially the longest running OCD Support Group in the UK. I have worked closely with Professor David Veal, leading Physiatrist in OCD and BDD and given lectures. This has helped to validate my sense of self-worth. I am a published Author, writing about my journey through life living with OCD.
I have been married to Brian for 36 Years and we have raised two adult sons, Mark and Mitchell, who are both married with children.
Lorraine has a career of over 40 years as a nurse in both in the NHS and the independent sector. Lorraine has had a variety of roles from staff nurse at Barnet General Hospital, District Nurse in Finchley and now Director of Clinical Services at the independent Circle hospital The Clementine Churchill in Harrow. She was awarded her PhD in cancer nursing in 2010 and last year graduated with a Fellowship from the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland for her contribution to nursing. Lorraine was also an ‘expert witness’ for the Mr Ian Paterson case. It is following that experience Lorraine’s passion for governance and leadership developed. Lorraine of Irish heritage is married with two grown up children and lives in Enfield.
Melissa is a qualified actuary with over 10 years of experience in financial services and consulting. She earned an Honours degree in Commerce from the University of Melbourne and has advised listed companies and government organisations on strategy, risk management, compliance and financial stability.
Melissa is a trained Mental Health First Aider and is passionate about using her lived experience of mental illness to empower others, reduce stigma and promote greater understanding of mental health in the community.
Tiku van Houtem
Tiku’s career spans over thirty years working in the media and recruitment sectors. She is currently working in the not-for-profit sector for Charity People where she leads the Executive Search department.
Tiku has lived in Barnet for most of her life and has resided in Enfield for the last three years. Tiku is passionate about health equality and is committed to improving awareness of mental health issues and improving access to health services, housing, training and employment for those affected by mental health issues.
This is Tiku’s first Trusteeship and she is delighted to be supporting the brilliant staff team at Mind in Enfield and Barnet to continue to deliver the much-needed services to our communities. Tiku was born and raised in Nairobi, Kenya. She is of Indian descent and has been living in London since 1983. She is married to Hans and they have two cats, Rani and Shiva.