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Our Board of Trustees

The Shaw Mind Foundation is a registered charity. Our Board of Trustees is responsible for making sure that as a charity we act in accordance with our mission, aims and objectives.

As a Board of Trustees, we really do understand mental health – as sufferers and also from a clinical background.

Our chairman Adam Shaw, his Board of Trustees and all the amazing volunteers who support The Shaw Mind Foundation receive no remuneration or government funding; all proceeds and donations go towards our projects for the mental health community. We are a global charity that cares, and are fully focused on helping those suffering with mental illness and the children, adults and families who are in desperate need of our support.

Adam Shaw (Chairman and founder)

Adam is a worldwide mental health advocate, entrepreneur, philanthropist and author. Adam lives in the UK and is married with 6 children.

Now in recovery from debilitating OCD, anxiety and depression himself, he is committed to helping others suffering from mental health issues through The Shaw Mind Foundation.

Dr Lauren Callaghan (Medical Director and founder)

Lauren is an innovative, industry leading psychologist based in London. She was a psychologist at the specialist national treatment centres for severe obsessional problems in the UK and is renowned as an expert in the field of mental health, recognised for diagnosing and successfully treating OCD and anxiety related illnesses in particular.

She is a frequent guest speaker on mental health conditions in the media and at academic conferences, as well as a guest lecturer and honorary researcher at the Institute of Psychiatry Kings College, UCL.

Vaughan Collins (Strategy Director)

Vaughan is a very successful retired engineer and ex-business owner. Since the sale of his business he has become an active angel investor helping several cutting edge, high technology UK businesses grow and bring their products to market.

As a recovered depression sufferer he is also passionate about helping others suffering with mental health issues overcome their illnesses and lead fulfilling and rewarding lives.

James Espey (Non Exec Trustee and advisor to the board)

Dr James Espey OBE (B.Com, MBA, PhD) is an established author and business consultancy mentor with over 45 years’ experience of international marketing management and brand building. He has also suffered from two breakdowns and as such is passionate about helping other sufferers of mental health disorders. Find out more about James.

Natalie Beggs (Operations Director, The Shaw Mind Foundation)

Natalie has over 16 years’ marketing and project management experience from the financial and legal services, retail and engineering sectors.

As someone who has suffered with chronic depression since her teens, she is well placed to understand the needs of others with mental health issues.

Ian Wallace (Operations Director, Pulling The Trigger/Trigger Press)

Ian is founder and Managing Director of a successful, long-standing graphic design agency, Fusion Graphic Design. As Operations Director of our mental health publishing company (Trigger Press) his experience has proved vital for the growth of the business.

Nik Goddard (Finance Director)

Nik is a trained accountant who brings with him nearly 20 years of experience in various finance roles across a number of industries. His main area of focus has been working with ambitious start-ups and SME’s who are keen to expand and bring new products to market.

Any size donation, no matter how small, will make a difference to those children, adults and families going through the distress caused by mental health issues.

© 2017 - The Shaw Mind Foundation - We're a registered charity in England (no. 1167947), and a registered company (no. 09921207) in the UK.

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