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Alongside a most distinguished legal career, which saw him President of the Family Division, Sir Stephen was also Chairman of the College Council for almost 20 years, and has been President of the Malvernian Society since 1998.

After a career in finance, latterly with Barclays, Charles has a portfolio of roles in financial services, public affairs, charity trusteeship, financial services. He was a member of the Board of the Conservative Party from 2007-2011 and was chairman of the Party’s Finance Committee for eight years. He is a former member of the board of the CBSO, including serving as deputy chairman, focusing on philanthropy and building an endowment.

An Ellerslie Old Girl, Michèle worked with Oxford University Appointments Committee before moving to work in the City for many years. Currently she works in the Queen's Private Secretary's Office at Buckingham Palace. Michèle has recently stepped down after almost 30 years as a member of the College Council.

Nicholas runs a design consultancy in the construction sector. With a particular interest in the Arts, Nicholas is a member of the College Council, and is the supervising trustee for the OM Club, and is a member of the Property and Investment Committees.

Christine is the Director of Alumni Relations at the University of Oxford, after more than 30 years' experience at Harvard University. Working alongside colleagues from across the collegiate university, Christine and her team enhance relationships with university alumni by offering a wide range of programmes and resources designed both to highlight the many features of the university and to be of value to alumni at various stages of their lives. Christine is also a member of the College Council.

Rupert is a surveyor and has already distinguished himself as an entrepreneur with part-ownership of an online sports equipment business, across Europe and North America and a franchise owner of a fast food delivery company. He has been involved in a number of charity events, notably cycling from London to Paris in aid of ‘Breast Cancer Now’ and competing in the Mongol Rally.

Jeremy has over 30 years’ experience in the City of London including Lloyd’s Brokers and Jardine. He was European Insurance Partner in a publicly-quoted US search firm and established his own insurance practice, working with clients in Europe and the Far East. He served for seven years in the Territorial Army and has extensive experience of organisational development and psychology, team-building and leadership. He is the trustee responsible for governance and is a member of the Investment and Property Committees.

TONY HIGGINS (2.66-70)
Tony’s gap year presaged a varied and interesting future with roles in Berlin as a postman and a year as an apprentice in engineering. He went up to New College, Oxford and obtained a degree in Philosophy from UEA then worked for Saab and Porsche, computer programming for the MoD and then software design for IBM and Marlborough Sterling. He is currently an IT consultant specialising in the Financial Services sector and is the trustee responsible for data protection compliance and is a member of the Investment Committee.

The nominee of the Common Room, Stephen is the Deputy Head (Academic) having been for many years HoD Economics, Politics & Business Studies.

TIM STRAKER (3.68-72) (Chair)
Tim is the nephew, brother and father of OMs. After Cambridge he read for the Bar and has practised since 1978. He has been a Queen’s Counsel for twenty years. He is a bencher of Gray’s Inn, a deputy High Court Judge, acting Judge of the Court of Appeal of the Falklands, a Recorder of the Crown Court and an Election Commissioner. He is head of chambers at 4-5 Gray’s Inn Square, where he practises. Although he achieved no distinction in the game at school he regularly plays rackets and follows Malvern rackets closely. Tim is also a member of the Management Board.

The Headmaster is also a trustee.


In addition, the following are non-voting Vice-Presidents:

Lord Maclaurin (5.51-56), former trustee and Chairman of the College Council 2002-2015
Peter Cartwright (2.57-62), former trustee and current Member of the College Council
Philip Jagger (SH.40-44), former trustee and member of the College Council from 1979-1995
Helen Robinson, former trustee 2008-2014, former member of Common Room and Housemistress of No.4 to 2004
Martin Frayn, former trustee 2009-2015, former Head of Economics and the Sixth Form
Jon Staniforth (5.70-75), former trustee
Hugh Carson, Headmaster of Malvern College 1997-2006
Roy Chapman, Headmaster of Malvern College 1983-1996
Antony Clark, Headmaster of Malvern College 2008-2019