The Trustees of LIM are responsible for making sure we meet our obligations as a registered charity as well as setting our strategic direction. The team are volunteers and offer their time freely as required by the Charity Commission and in the spirit of service.
Norma is Chair of the Trustees and has been attending London Insight events since the late 1990s. She works as a general practitioner in London and has completed the Sharpham/Gaia House Committed Dharma Practitioner Programme.
Andrew joined the trustees in December 2015 as the treasurer. A chartered accountant, he has been advising charities and not-for-profits since taking early retirement in 1999. Andrew has followed the Buddhist path for 20 years and is a facilitator of the Richmond Mindfulness Meditation Group.
Lucy has spent the last 30 years since moving to London from the US in a mixture of private and public sector roles, including PR, management consulting and executive coaching. She discovered London Insight through mindfulness six years ago and has been trying to make up for her late discovery ever since. She is particularly excited about engaging with the London Insight community via social media.
Mike has worked in the digital space for his entire career in a range of roles for private and non-profit organisations. He has a deep understanding of the charity sector, having worked both for a national autism charity and two leading SaaS website platforms for non-profits. He has been attending London Insight events since 2015.
Joanna has a background in engineering and commercial management, and has worked within the construction industry for a number of years. She studies ancient religions and philosophy with a focus on the traditions of yoga and meditation. She has practiced daily meditation for the past 5 years.
Sarah is a psychotherapist in training, with a background in group facilitation and support work. She is particularly interested in non-hierarchical groups and communities and how they can serve to promote healing and improve awareness at an individual and societal level. Sarah began to practise meditation in 2011 and maintains a regular home practice, which fits into her daily life.