Chief Executive Officer
Julie has over 15 years in the charity health sector, seven in formal leadership roles and has served on Boards for national and local charities.
Following her own cancer diagnosis fifteen years ago, she has used her experience as a force for good dedicating herself to using her professional skills to ‘giving back'. She has previously held roles at Marie Curie Cancer Care, CLIC Sargent (Young Lives vs. Cancer) and Above and Beyond, the official charity for the University Hospitals Bristol NHS Trust.
Andrew was educated at Cardiff University where we gained a BA Hons in English Literature and Linguistics and later studied business and management at UWE in Bristol.
He trained as a retailer with Marks and Spencer where he was a commercial manager running fashion departments and food halls in the west of the country.
Andrew has been in the cancer charity sector for over 20 years with St Peters Hospice, Tenovus and now Penny Brohn UK. He received the Third Sector award for social enterprise while at St Peters for his achievements in creating a £7 million retail business operating solely in Bristol and for its integration into a similar sized fundraising operation in the city.
Andrew is responsible for all fundraising and commercial income generation for Penny Brohn UK, as well as the High Street Hub concept and the National Centre facility.
Andrew lives locally in Portishead and has three grown-up children.