Chair of resources committee
EX-OFFICIO Chair of trustees
Appointed 8 November 2017 by the Members.
Company Secretary and administrator for Alan Donald & Company – financial advisers. Knowledge of company accounts and financial requirements. Former police officer (CID).
Chair of Governors at Tring School from 2012 to 2017.
Chair of Trustees for RLP from 2017 to 2021.
Led the academisation of Tring School. Experience and knowledge of school governance, finance, educational improvement, HR and leadership.
School Governor since 2005 with experience as Vice-Chair Resources and Chair Curriculum and Teaching committees.
Knowledge of educational improvement, finance and leadership.
Appointed 29 January 2020 by the Trustees.
Director and owner of Lennons Solicitors, a regional law firm with offices in Buckinghamshire, employing over 40 staff.
Qualified solicitor, specialising in dispute resolution, with a particular interest in high value commercial litigation, contentious probate, and serious injury cases.
Recommended by Legal 500 as 'a first-class litigator, robust in dealings with opponents, tenacious in securing good results for his clients and a very good communicator'.
In April 2020, having acted in one of the first "virtual" trials conducted in England and Wales, authored and self-published on Amazon, The Virtual Workspace: 50 Tips for Effective Video Conferencing.
Appointed 28 April 2020 by the Diocese.
Group Commercial Director for Clarion Housing Group, the UK's largest registered housing provider with 125,000 homes. Joined Clarion in November 2016, at the time of its formation from merger, as Commercial Finance Director.
A qualified accountant, promoted to the Group Executive in early 2019, responsible for Clarion's subsidiary organsiations - Clarion Response, Grange and House Exchange as well as leading on Clrion's PRS & Commercial Asset portfolios.
Also leads on strategic asset management, including regeneration, disposal, mergers and acquisitions.
Appointed 1 September 2021 by the Members.
Prior to retiring was a solicitor and partner in the law firm Hogan Lovells (formerly Lovells) he was a partner for 17 years and for 10 of those years led the Business Restructuring and Insolvency Group worldwide. For three years he sat on the Partnership Council of Lovells (2007-10) which was the governing body of the partnership.
After retiring Robin obtained an MSc from UCL in archaeology and volunteered in his local Citizens Advice Bureau. His BA degree in law was awarded by the University of Cambridge (Pembroke College).