This month Centre for Mental Health thanked three of its longest-serving trustees as they came to the end of their terms serving on its Board.
After serving as Centre trustees for over 12 years, Sir Andrew Dillon and Lord Keith Bradley are retiring at the end of the year.
Lord Bradley has taken on a new role as a Centre for Mental Health ambassador, through which he will continue to help us drive forward sustainable policy change to improve mental health.
Poppy Jaman OBE will become a Special Advisor to the Centre, using her expertise to support the Centre to fulfil its purpose and ambitions for mental health equality and justice.
Professor Dame Sue Bailey, chair of trustees at Centre for Mental Health, said: “Keith, Poppy and Andrew have been invaluable members of our Board over many years. Bringing rich insights from across politics, social enterprise and health care, their contributions have bolstered the Centre’s role as a thought leader across the sector and enabled us to be brave and tireless in our pursuit of better mental health for all. On behalf of the whole Board, I want to offer my sincerest thanks for their support.”