Jatinder Gosal, Acting Chair
A non-practising solicitor with over 20 years of investing, corporate finance and legal experience. Jatinder currently provides independent strategic advice to companies from early stage to publicly-listed. Other voluntary roles have included providing legal advice at a law centre in Tower Hamlets, governor of schools in Tower Hamlets and Richmond upon Thames, and treasurer of a sports club in Wimbledon.
Shirley Ashby, Treasurer
Shirley currently works for NHS England Specialised Commissioning National Team as the Senior Finance Manager for Improving Value. She has over 25 years experience working in senior finance roles across the private, public and charity sectors with the majority of her finance experience in healthcare commissioning.
Caroline lives in Lambeth and works as a consultant and coach. She volunteers for Home-Start Lambeth and is a governor of a Lambeth primary school. Caroline has 17 years experience as an NHS chief executive. She has been a member of a range of NHS and partnership boards.
Mike joined CAML in 2016 and is also a member of the National Citizens Advice Trustee Development Group. He was previously a Trustee of Carers Trust Thames and a Governor of Cherry Lane Primary School. Mike has extensive experience of marketing, public affairs and communications.
A trustee since 2016, Alan is a Deputy Director in the Cabinet Office. Before this, he has held a variety of policy, strategy and operational roles across central Government. He lives in Lambeth.
Josh joined CAML in 2019. He lives in Lambeth and works as a solicitor in the City of London. He has considerable experience advising on significant transactions, new ventures and disputes in his professional practice and is also a regular volunteer legal adviser.
Kirsty is a strategy consultant. She helps both private and public sector clients to improve their services for customers and citizens, and to adapt to technological and social change. She lives in Lambeth
Elizabeth joined as a trustee in 2019. She leads engagement with tech companies as part of her job at the Home Office. Prior to this she has spent eight years in a variety of policy, delivery and corporate roles in central government including heading up a safeguarding programme delivering through local authorities.
Fiona lives in Merton and currently work as an in-house lawyer for a media/telco company as well as sitting as a tribunal judge. She has extensive experience of delivering legal services with particular emphasis on employment/HR issues and is chair of governors of a Wandsworth primary school.