Meet Our Chair & Trustees

As a registered charity, a board of trustees governs The Squad. Together they bring a wealth of experience from different backgrounds and are responsible for the overall governance of the charity. All trustees are unpaid – they volunteer their time and expertise for free.

 

Secretary - Jess Raza

Jess joined The Squad as a trustee in January 2017 and has taken up the role of Secretary, focusing on charity administration and governance. Jess works as a corporate lawyer for an environmental consultancy practice, and used to be involved in managing charity and pro bono programmes back in her home country of Australia.

Trustee - Nick Morris

Nick has always had a passion for the charitable sector, being a Trustee and supporter of a number of charitable organisations, and having launched an online volunteering platform while at University which has gone on to match over 18,000 days of voluntary work between students and charities. In his ‘day-job’, Nick is a Director of a boutique strategic advisory firm which advises some of the world's leading technology companies.

Trustee - Chantal Bradford

Chantal is an ACA qualified chartered accountant with experience in Finance, Investor Relations and Strategy. She is currently working for a start up in the City and is involved in Finance and Communications at the Squad.

Trustee - Nick Beaugié

Nick has been involved with the Squad since 2003, joining first as a volunteer at the Juniors Club. He's been a trustee since 2006. He is our IT guy, bringing skills from his day job as a Software Engineer for a well-known website.

Trustee - Charlie Bowrey

Charlie volunteered at The Squad for 4 years before becoming a trustee in 2013. She has greatly enjoyed working in both capacities. She has worked in marketing for 16 years and brings this commercial experience to the club. Charlie has just returned from maternity leave.

Trustee - Sidi Shatku

Sidi's career has mainly been focused within the financial markets. He has graduated in Economics in Milan and New York and received his Masters in Investment Management in London. His main contribution for The Squad has a finance and treasury focus.