Trustees

Daisy Meakin

Daisy has held a range of financial, strategic and senior leadership positions across a variety of organisations. She has a passion for companies and organisations which are working on ways to help the ageing population. She is a trained Chartered Accountant and holds an MBA from London Business School. Daisy has lived in Fulham for more than 10 years.

Jenny Whittle

Katherine Payne

Katherine (Kate) Payne qualified as a solicitor in Scotland before coming to work in the City of London for a leading livery company. There she was responsible for delivering supported housing services for older people across several almshouses and housing association estates as well as heading up a significant grants programme supporting welfare charities across London and elsewhere. She has served on several not for profit boards and has a background in charity governance and setting strategic objectives. Having lived in Fulham for several years on first moving to London, she returned to live in the borough in 2016.

Lorna Payne

Nick Outred (Treasurer)

Nicky Baly (Sansom)

Nicky Baly (Sansom) has worked for many years within the not-for-profit sector including with Leonard Cheshire and as Director of Venice in Peril Fund.  She has extensive experience fundraising, international event organising and strategic planning. Additionally, she has had much commercial experience both in the field of recruitment and property. She is a Foundation Governor of a Church School and is, or has been, a member/trustee of a wide range of organisations. 

Robert Fryer (Chair)

I was born in Fulham, where my grandparents all lived, and apart from some part of my education in the Midlands have always lived here. I became involved in the early days FGNS as a volunteer and then helped to run fundraising book sales for several years. I was convinced to join the trustees at a friend's 90th birthday party as I had a little more time available after standing down as a school governor. I taught economics for many years, and still work as an examiner. Now luckily I am able to spend more time on my allotment.

Sue O'Neill (Vice-Chair)