Our Trustees are experts in their fields, providing guidance and oversight that helps drive LMK forward.
They ensure LMK is run in the best interest of the young people we work with, fulfils its objectives, and complies with laws and regulations.

Kirsten WestlakeChair of Trustees

Kirsten Westlake

Chair of Trustees

Kirsten is the director of Two Magpies Fund. Before that, she co-founded and ran the North London operations of Little Village, the UK’s largest baby bank. She has a background in marketing and business development for media brands. When she’s not working, she can mostly be found boxing or baking. Together with Saloni, she co-founded Let Me Know and is now its Chair of Trustees.

Saloni ThakrarChair of Safeguarding Subcommittee

Saloni Thakrar

Chair of Safeguarding Subcommittee

Saloni is an accomplished pharmacist with a US Doctorate (Pharm D.), a Master of Public Health (MPH), and extensive clinical experience. She served as Chair of Healthwatch Camden, a statutory health and social care charity, from 2017 to 2020. Saloni has also been Chair of the Camden Patient Public Engagement Group and Lay Member for NHS England on two committees. She was Trustee for the charity Little Village and is Development Advisor for the charity Magic Breakfast. Saloni is passionate about making a difference to young people, especially by promoting and supporting greater youth participation in public life. Together with Kirsten, she co-founded LMK.

Dr. Holan Liang

Dr. Holan Liang

Holan is a Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist currently working at Great Ormond Street and an honorary lecturer at UCL. She is the author of an award-winning parenting book, “Inside Out Parenting” and the blog “Shrink Grows Kids”.

Helen Wolstenholme

Helen Wolstenholme

Helen is a barrister specialising in clinical negligence, personal injury and employment law, with a strong focus on cases involving psychiatric injury. When she’s not working, she can mostly be found cycling around London, playing with her young children or enjoying the company of good friends.

Sam Elsokari

Sam Elsokari

Sam worked for 20 years as a portfolio manager for Citadel, HSE Capital Management, SAC and UBS. Now retired, he brings a wealth of business development and finance experience to the charity sector.

Emma NeillieTreasurer & Chair of Finance Subcommittee

Emma Neillie

Treasurer & Chair of Finance Subcommittee

Emma is a chartered accountant with extensive experience in audit and forensic accounting, both for the professional services firm PWC and the global media and entertainment company Warner Media.

Sophie NewtonChair of HR Subcommittee

Sophie Newton

Chair of HR Subcommittee

Sophie is an award-winning entrepreneur, having built and led an advertising and technology agency from infancy to industry-leading. She is passionate about creating equitable, diverse and inclusive organisations. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, yoga, and dreaming of being on a beach in New Zealand.

Ndubuisi Uchea

Ndubuisi Uchea

Ndu is co-founder at Word On The Curb and an Impact Fellow at The Conduit. An expert in youth engagement, he specialises in creating content that connects with underrepresented communities, millennials and GenZ.

Louise Harland

Louise Harland

Louise is a non-profit professional and researcher, with a particular interest in social-emotional learning. Before building LMK's evaluation programme, she was Deputy Director of Boston Afterschool & Beyond, an education non-profit focused on exploring innovative ways for youth to build knowledge, skills and experience beyond the classroom. Louise is currently training to become a teacher.

Umeeda Nathoo

Umeeda Nathoo

Umeeda is a brand marketer with over 15 years’ experience gained leading some of the world’s most well-known and well-loved brands. She is passionate about transferring her extensive knowledge to the non-profit sector and helping to build organisations that she feels strongly about. When she’s not working, she enjoys travelling and exploring new places with her friends, family and 3 children.

Keith MorganEDI Lead

Keith Morgan

EDI Lead

Keith is the CEO of Voluntary Action Camden, an infrastructure organisation that support over 300 VCS organisations in Camden. He is interested in supporting the development of a more inclusive and sustainable local VCS that champions social justice, and tackles inequality head-on. The foundation of his career is in youth work, where he learnt a lot about self-imposed and system-built barriers to progression. He is particularly interested in supporting LMK’s youth advisory board.

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