Our Board of Trustees is responsible for the strategic management of the organisation and delivery of our charitable objectives.
Vanessa is the General Counsel at the Alan Turing Institute, the UK’s national data science and artificial intelligence research institute.
Roger has retinitis pigmentosa, as do his son, mother and grandfather. He was officially diagnosed aged 16.
Lucy has worked with a number of charities in volunteer roles including fundraising and assistance dog training.
Martin's son was diagnosed with Stargardt’s at a young age which has led Martin to take a close interest in the progress of research into Retinal disease.
Colin McArthur re-joined the board in 2024 after serving as a trustee between (January 2008 and September 2019).
Lynda Cantor was a founder member of the charity in 1975 and one of our original trustees
Prof John Marshall is the Frost Professor of Ophthalmology at the Institute of Ophthalmology at University College London.
After more than 10 years of service as Chair of the Board of Trustees, Don Grocott has retired.
Dr Graham undertook research into the basic mechanisms of retinal vasculitis, inflammation of the blood vessels in the retina, and is an important cause of poor vision in patients with uveitis, inflammation of the uveal tract.