Jeremy Prichard (Chair)
Chief Executive of the Harbour Centre (Plymouth) for ten years before joining
Improving Lives Plymouth.
came to Plymouth in 1969 as a young officer based at the Royal Citadel. He left
the Army ten years later to join the commercial world initially with United
Biscuits plc, in London and Edinburgh, and then with the Rank Organisation plc.
In the early 1990’s he enjoyed a brief spell in the financial sector working in
an international business training organisation. He returned to the West
Country in 2000.
Tom is a qualified solicitor. He previously
trained with a large transatlantic law firm, based out of their Plymouth
office. With over 10 years of commercial legal experience, Tom now works as the Senior Legal Counsel at international luxury goods,
and Plymouth based manufacturer; Princess Yachts Limited. Tom graduated from
Exeter University with a LLB (Hons) degree in law in 2012 and with a MSc
Masters in Law and Business in 2018. During his legal career Tom
has worked with many famous household and international brands in
both contentious and transactional matters. He has experience in mentoring
legal apprentices, as well has fundraising for many local and national
charities. He also sits on the working group for another Plymouth -
based organisation; Promoting Children in Plymouth, a charitable initiative run
by the Plymouth Drake Foundation.
Improving Lives Plymouth as a Trustee in 2018. Elaine has lived in
Plymouth, with her family, since 1983 and has worked extensively with the NHS
both as a Registered Nurse and as a senior NHS leader/manager locally, across
the south west region and nationally. Until recently Elaine has run her
own business, working within the care sector, helping individuals and
organisations to develop. Having recently retired, Elaine likes to spend
time with her family and enjoys cycling, reading, cooking and travelling.
Elaine is also a Trustee with the Macular Society and has an interest in
Emily is a qualified accountant and partner of GrowthBuilders. She provides insourced finance support and advice to growing technology and digital companies. She trained and qualified with PwC, in their Plymouth office, and has more than 20 years’ experience working with private companies and public sector / not for profit organisations across the South West and beyond. She is a mother of three young children who loves to spend time on the water and enjoying our beautiful South West coastline.
Sue is a born and bred
Plymothian who is passionate about her city and its surroundings, she enjoys the
whole South West and especially walking along the Devon and Cornwall coastline
when not working.
Sue has always worked
for companies as a supervisor or manager culminating as a Financial Adviser
with over 30 years’ experience, specialising in helping clients to manage their
investments and advising on retirement planning.
Sue’s strengths are
based around her ability to be a keen listener and to identify what support
people need. Sue now feels that these qualities can be put to good use in
assisting others within the Plymouth area.
Kate has over 30 years’ experience working in Human Resources within both the private and public sector, including Butlins and the NHS, with her current employment being at the Royal College of Nursing as a regional officer.
Kate is a keen but ‘very amateurish’ gardener, enjoying time in her allotment as well as in her back yard. She also enjoys travelling and never misses an opportunity to visit new places. Kate loves to take time out walking with her rather crazy but adorable oversized boxer dog, Rodney.