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Calvin Glen

Since joining Dorset Mind Calvin has organised several fundraising events and campaigns, as well as attending many events on Dorset Mind's behalf. He has represented Dorset Mind as an advocate public speaking face-to-face and online to various audiences included various TV, Radio and Press interviews. He was also initially involved in supporting the leadership in the design and development of DMYH (the former Young People's Project) and has also represented Dorset Mind at meetings with funders, including attending the meeting with the National Lottery and joined us as a trustee in 2023, as the youngest member.

Ken Heap

Ken joined Dorset Mind in 2015 and became Chair of the Board in early 2017. Under Ken’s guidance the management and governance of the charity has become progressively stronger and more professional. He’s built a close-knit Board of experienced business and health professionals, whom work closely with staff and community organisations to deliver the charity’s strategy across Dorset.

Dr. Ros Maycock

Dr Ros Maycock is a retired GP that previously working in Parkstone, Poole. The practice had had only lady GP’s when she joined in 1983 which was very unusual. Ros also worked for the Poole Commisioning Group (the initial management organisation including GP’s), then the Primary Care Trust as the lead GP in Bournemouth and Poole.

Robert Rutherford

Robert became a Trustee for Dorset Mind as he wanted to ‘give something back’ to his home county, Dorset. Robert understands the impact that mental health has on people’s personal and working lives and wanted to do something tangible to help those affected.  

Anna Windett

Anna has seen close friends and family suffer with mental health issues and so when she took a career break to raise a family in 2015 it seemed the perfect opportunity to get involved with a local charity to help try and change things in the community where she lives.   

Laurence Mynor-Wallis

Laurence is a Consultant Psychiatrist working in Poole. He specialises in adult mental health. He has a particular interest in psychological treatments for common mental health disorders and has carried out research in this area.

Charles Alberts

Charles is Global Head of Wellbeing and Employee Experience at international law firm Clifford Chance. He was previously Head of Wellbeing Solutions at Aon. Charles is an experienced wellbeing leader with a passion for making a difference to people’s experience in the world of work. Drawing on his own lived experience of mental health issues, he is a positive advocate for the role the workplace and broader society can play to protect and enhance employee mental health and wellbeing.
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