A Chartered Accountant and former Audit Partner with KPMG's Manchester office, with considerable experience of the pensions sector, internal controls and corporate governance. Chairman of the CFB Audit Committee.
Jennie brings over 30 years financial services experience in fund management, trading and business development. Most recently working with fund managers and pension funds she has guided ground-breaking moves into smart beta, factor, ESG/Ethical and Climate Funds. She also sits on the Investment Committee of NEST - the Government Workplace Pension Scheme.
Revd. Anne Ellis
A semi retired senior executive in the insurance sector with experience in investment strategy and performance.
Revd. Dr Peter Howson
A Supernumerary Minister who holds an MBA in Church Management he spent 25 years as a chaplain in the army. He is Secretary of the Aldershot Methodist Military Trust. He also writes on military history.
Nick holds an MA in Charity Management and is a freelance consultant helping charities, social enterprises and business to grow and maximise impact. He is the former Head of Support Services within the Methodist Council’s Connexional Team and an Associate Lecturer in Charity Governance and Social Entrepreneurship at St Mary’s University, Twickenham.
Graduated in Accountancy and Law from the University of Manchester, before qualifying as a Chartered Accountant with KPMG. He became a Methodist Minister in 1997 and is currently serving as Chair of Yorkshire North and East District.
Julian de Garis Parker
Matthew has been Director of Finance & Resources of the Methodist Church since February 2019. Prior to this he had a 23 year career working in a variety of finance roles in the NHS. These included a number of Board positions, most recently as Director of Finance at the Hillingdon Hospitals Foundation Trust.
Morwenna has a background in banking and has acted as a Company Secretary and Management Accountant. She has been Treasurer and Business Development Manager for Camborne Wesley Methodist Church for a number of years. Morwenna also Chaired the Pensions Committee of the Cornwall (Unitary) Council from 2009-2013.