We are a charity devoted to stopping teenagers and young people from taking their own lives

Trustees

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Richard Found

Richard Found is a Deputy Headteacher in St. Albans. He is passionate about education and keeping students safe. Richard supports the work we do with schools, teachers and students and promotes OLLIE training across the education sector.

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Graham Perrin

Graham has 2 teenage sons and has lived in the district all his life. Now a business consultant following 32 years with a High Street Bank Graham brings Commercial experience to the board having worked with many SME's and charities.

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Martin Adams

"When I heard the news about Stuart’s son, I was shocked and upset by it. By becoming a Trustee of The OLLIE Foundation I hope to make a difference to young people’s lives by using my skills on the board to help steer The OLLIE Foundation to success in the achievement of its aims."

“Since TJ died my world has become an emptier place. If I can do anything to stop others experiencing this then that’s what I must do.”

Chris Sibley, Founder

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Antony Federer

"I am a Chartered Accountant who specialises in advising owner managed entities on a complete range of commercial and financial matters. I have two children and see on daily basis the pressures that young people are faced with. I have become a Trustee as I want to use my experience to assist The OLLIE Foundation with the fantastic work it is doing"

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Kate Barron

"I have lost two members of my family to suicide and so this is a cause very close to my heart. It's something I feel very passionate about and I will do anything I can to help make a difference. I have experience of organising fundraising events and so I will oversee our events team."

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Richard Pile

"I am a father of four boys, a GP and an NHS commissioner. We should all be concerned with the mental wellbeing of young people."

Anyone Learning The Skills Of Suicide Alertness And Safe Suicide Intervention Has A Skill, Quite Literally, For Life.
Wendy Henrys, safeTALK Trainer