David is a QC and a retired judge. He was a partner in the law firm Allen & Overy and was its Head of Litigation from 1988 to 2004. He lives in Aldeburgh where he is involved in several local causes. In 2004 he received a CBE for pro bono work.
Richard became a chartered accountant at a time they were being ridiculed by Monty Python! He spent much of his professional working life in Suffolk and since retiring has been able to indulge his love for the Arts.
As a Trustee and the Treasurer, he is able to combine his passion for the Arts with his extensive financial skills.
Mark is the founder director of Fairweather Law solicitors. He is the co-author of several books in the series Pocket Lawyer.
Away from the office he is a trustee of “Poetry in Aldeburgh” and a director of ABC Radio C.I.C. For the last 20 years he has been the organiser of the Aldeburgh Boxing Day Swim.
Having come from a music publishing background, Ann is now a freelance Music Education project manager and producer. She has led on Aldeburgh Music’s Friday Afternoons project as part of the Britten Centenary, produced Snappy Operas for Mahogany Opera, and is a consultant for BBC Learning’s Ten Pieces project.
Ann is also Executive Producer for the London International Festival of Early Music.
A key figure in the international arts world, with a specialization in dance, Assis is a senior cultural leader working for over three decades with organisations around the globe. Based in Ipswich, Suffolk, Assis represents international choreographers and designers and provides mentoring and strategic consultancy to arts and cultural organisations.
In 2014 Assis was awarded an MBE in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours for her services to dance.
Coming from an insurance and retail background, Emma’s extensive commercial and marketing experience, combined with an ability to make creative decisions, allow her to identify the strengths and values of businesses to showcase their unique identity.
Emma is Managing Director of Relish, a management consultancy. She is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing and a Member of the Chartered Institute of Fundraising.
Although being semi retired from designing ‘modern thinking’ science labs for the likes of Astra Zeneca and GlaxoSmithKline, Aldeburgh resident Nigel felt drawn to become involved in the local community and in 2018 offered his experience to help in any way with the future of Aldeburgh Jubilee Hall – this Victorian landmark building – much loved by theatre goers of all ages.
Heather has been connected to Aldeburgh and Suffolk all her life. Her company, AEM International, based in Framlingham, is an executive search firm placing leaders for national and international arts organisations.
Her earlier career highlights include working for the Aldeburgh Festival, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and as Festival Director of the Norfolk & Norwich Festival.
Georgie became a Trustee of the Jubilee Hall in 2019. She is a Chartered Accountant with over 25 years of experience as a business leader combining P&L responsibility with end to end infrastructure experience within the banking industry.
Georgie sits as a NED on the bank boards of Weatherbys, Sainsburys, Distribution Finance Capital, and the London Clearing House. She has been Trustee of the Charities Aid Foundation and of the JP Morgan Pension Scheme.