Medical support transforming lives

The Foundation’s Ambassadors

Norman Jackson

Norman (aka Norrie) Jackson is originally from Edinburgh – and for the last 35 years has been Richmond based. He is an Adviser, Mentor, Non-Executive Director and Corporate Financier for SMEs (small and medium enterprises), working with more than 1,000 companies. Norman is currently a Partner in JFP Strategic Planning, a Director of Sunningdale Corporate Finance Limited and sits on the Board of London Scottish. He is also Business Correspondent for the River Tribe Magazine.  

 Richard Poulter

Owning a publishing company specialising in Formula One, Moto GP and Wimbledon Tennis, he attended countless Grands Prix, working with teams, drivers and sponsors. His books sold worldwide and in 1985, his company was awarded The Queen’s Award for Export.  Joining  TVF in 2017, he helped arrange the Winter Ball and in 2018, produced TVF’s inaugural Sports Dinner which raised over £7,000.

 

Jan Meek

The only woman on the planet to have rowed an ocean and walked to a pole. More people have walked on the moon!  Jan has climbed Kilimanjaro in aid of the Foundation. Jan dedicates her life to public speaking, motivating others to achieving goals they never dreamed of, inspiring people regardless of their age, gender or size and fundraising for charity. Jan is proud to be an Ambassador of The Victoria Foundation.

LindaDuberley 

Editor and Publisher of RiverTribe Magazine, media trainer and award winning journalist. During her career she has worked for major broadcasters including ITV, Fox News, CNBC Asia and Sky News.  Linda helps to raise the profile of The Victoria Foundation through supporting the charity's events and within RiverTribe Magazine which is distributed to over 15,000 businesses and homes in the Richmond area.

Lynne Parker

Award winning producer and entrepreneur Lynne Parker created Funny Women in 2002. She has supported The Victoria Foundation since its inception and is proud to have raised money and awareness through her unique comedy events.

Mary Sini

Co-owner and Global Sales Director at Naledi Copenhagen, an independent luxury brand. Mary supports many of the Foundation’s events and is a very active member of the committee which organises the annual black tie ball.

Alison Jee

Alison, of Alison Jee Associates based in Twickenham, is a hospitality PR consultant, event manager, publicist, marketing and promotions professional. Each year she sources many high value prizes for The Victoria Foundation’s black tie ball.

Anna Staplehurst

Anna, who is 17 years old, is the Foundation’s  youngest Ambassador and also a beneficiary of support from the charity. Anna regularly speaks at events explaining how the lightweight wheelchair the Foundation funded for her has changed her life.