Phil Fuller
Chairperson
Phil Fuller has a background in Human Resources having worked in Finance in London, and previously holding the position of Head of HR for a Kent Local Authority. He is currently the Employment Lead for Lambeth Talking Therapies and heads up a team that assists their clients with finding work, staying at work or looking at alternate work roles.
Zak Khan
Vice-Chair Person
Zak Khan recently joined MK Mind as a Trustee in 2019. With his career in Kent Police, Zak has been confronted with mental health issues on an almost daily basis. Zak brings wide-ranging knowledge to the Board through his academic studies, comprising an MA in Human Rights, together with his involvement in a variety of strategic roles, including as a Governor of a local secondary school. Zak is thrilled to be able to utilise his skills, as well as understanding of mental health personally and professionally, to support Mid Kent Mind to effectively deliver its vital services throughout the area.
Hazel Webb
Treasurer
Hazel has been the Management Accountant at a local firm for more than 30 years. With experience in preparing budgets, producing financial statements and reports, she brings an important skillset to the team. The opportunity to join MK Mind’s board of trustees presented itself to Hazel in 2016, and as a keen supporter of the charity, she jumped at the chance. The cause is close to Hazel’s heart and she’s delighted to be able to help the charity and the incredible work it does within the community.
Jennifer Parris
Trustee
I qualified as a nurse in 1996 and from there had a varied career, most recently in school health. During my 12 years as a school staff nurse I dealt more and more with mental health issues and worked with schools and college's around setting careplans. This helped to enable students to continue their education with appropriate support in place. It is this work that I hope to transfer to Mind.
Donal Watkin
Trustee
Donal is a businessman with a vast array of experience in several different fields including Marketing and Operations Management. This makes him a valuable and insightful addition to the Trustee Board.
James Godfrey
Trustee
I started working for Maidstone mind in 2008 as a support worker whilst training to become a mental health nurse. I am now a team manager for the community mental health team in west Kent. I am passionate about inclusion and holistic care with an interest in developing dementia services for our older adults who tend to get overlooked. I love using my experience within the NHS to help forge collaboration with mind and other mental health support networks.