Lindsey became Chair of the Rank Fellowship steering committee in 2016, having been a Rank Fellow since 1982. She is also a Trustee of the Rank Foundation.
She is currently CEO of Thinkbox, the official marketing body for commercial TV, prior to which she had roles at advertising agencies including McCann Erickson and J Walter Thompson, where she worked on some of the country’s most famous TV-advertised brands. Lindsey is a past President of WACL (Women in Advertising and Communications London), a Fellow of the Marketing Society, a member of the Marketing Group of Great Britain and is on the board of the British Arrows Awards. She is also a Non-Executive Director of content production agency, Somethin’ Else.
When not working, or watching telly with her family, she plays for Weston Park Ladies, in the North London Netball League.
Tim Young, Director of Education, has been a key part of the Rank Foundation team since January 2007. He was previously Headmaster of the Royal Grammar School, Guildford for fourteen years. He is married to Alison, a consultant radiologist: they have two sons. Tim is always delighted to hear from Fellows or charities associated with The Rank Foundation.
Kerry manages the operation of The Rank Foundation’s grant-making systems, coordinates the “Pebbles” funding programme, and is the administrator for Bursary Grants. Kerry began supporting the Rank Fellowship in August 2017, covering Rosamond McNulty’s maternity leave.
David McCausland is a civil engineering graduate of Southampton University, a chartered surveyor & partner in Stanley Hicks, a long-established property
advisory company in the City of London. David has wide experience in all aspects of property and agency advice, acting for a broad range of commercial and industrial clients as well as religious and other charities. The CBI named David as one of a handful of recommended specialist business rates (commercial property tax) advisers for the 2010 Rating Revaluation.
After University, Benet joined the BBC as a trainee, working across the corporation in Television and Radio. After a spell at London’s Capital Radio, he
moved to ITN, where he played a key role in building the broadcaster’s online presence. For eight years, he was a board member at CTN Communications (www.ctn.co.uk) where he advised many FTSE companies and non-governmental organisations on communications. He has been responsible for many of The Conservative Party’s video communications, including the 2005 Party Election Broadcasts. In 2005 he stood as the Tory Candidate in Brentford
and Isleworth. Benet was Chief Policy Adviser to Greenpeace UK before taking up his appointment as Deputy Private Secretary in the Household of The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall in 2008. In May 2013 he joined the John Lewis Partnership as Head of Corporate Social Responsibility.
Canterbury, Basingstoke and Three Choirs Festival) and developed further the Orchestra’s education and community engagement work in each region. In addition to leading the Orchestra’s commercial work on the concert platform and in the studio, James curates the Music of Today Series with Artistic Director Unsuk Chin and has introduced to London new programming initiatives such as the Philharmonia at the Movies film music series. James was Project Director for iOrchestra, a two-year ground-breaking audience development, education and digital project in the South West of England which engaged over 122,000 people with orchestral music via the Philharmonia’s digital and live performance platforms.
Alexa began working in the Not-for-Profit sector after graduating from University. Her career began working for three charitable arts organisations before taking on the role of Trusts Fundraiser at Children’s Hospice South West. Alexa worked for the charity for four years, culminating in a large capital appeal, before relocating to London in 2012. Since moving to London, Alexa has worked at Macmillan Cancer Support where she is currently Senior Trusts and Statutory Officer.
responsible for managing and executing divestment, exit and unwind of those businesses and assets considered not strategically attractive to the firm. Andrea is part of BNC Management Committee, Treasury Committee and Citizenship Council. She is also a member of Barclays Group Cost Board and Spend Board. For four years before that Andrea was an investment Director at Aspen Advisory Services, a single family office, responsible for all asset class investments in Latin America and EM, Global hedge
Funds and a number of direct investments.She holds an MBA from Harvard Business School where she graduated with distinction.