Trustees

Trustees

Malcolm Wall

Malcolm Wall

Malcolm is currently Director of Malcolm Wall Media, and formerly the Chief Executive and Adviser to the Board at Abu Dhabi Media Company. Malcolm was also chair of Harlequin FC between 2009-2011. Malcolm has been the Chair of the Trustees since the launch of the Harlequins Foundation in 2015.
Sandra Pope

Sandra Pope

Sandra joined the board of trustees in 2015, Sandra is a Director with the ICM Group base in Epsom with 25 years’ experience in corporate finance. Sandra is a qualified chartered accountant and holds the Securities & Investment Institute Certificate of Corporate Finance.
Kelly Dooley

Kelly Dooley

Kelly Dooley has over 18 years of experience in comprehensive secondary education. Since starting as an English and Media teacher, she has held senior leadership roles in three large London secondary schools before being appointed Head Teacher of The Richmond upon Thames School in 2016. Kelly is also a Trustee at St Christopher's Fellowship, a charity founded in 1870 who provide children’s homes, supported housing, fostering across the UK and the Isles of Man.
Laurie Dalrymple

Laurie Dalrymple

Laurie has been Chief Executive Officer of Harlequins since November 2019. Prior to joining Harlequins, Laurie was Managing Director at Wolverhampton Wanderers, having enjoyed a very successful five years at the Premier League football club.During his time at Wolves, Dalrymple oversaw significantly increased turnover for the club, (including a number of record sponsorship deals) and greatly improved fan engagement.
Kevin Cahill

Kevin Cahill

Sport Relief Founder and former Comic Relief Chief Executive, Kevin joined Comic Relief in 1990 and became Chief Executive Officer in 1997. Stepping down from his position in September 2016, Kevin oversaw the passing of the £1 billion mark raised by both Red Nose Day and Sport Relief; helping more than 50 million people in the UK and overseas.
Dominic Coles

Dominic Coles

Dominic Coles joined the board of trustees in January 2016. Dominic spent 16 years at the BBC in various leadership roles including Director of Operations, Chief Operating Officer of BBC News and BBC Sport, and of the BBC’s 2012 Olympics coverage. He was more recently Executive Vice President of Discovery’s Northern Europe business, and CFO of the Telegraph Media Group, and now runs his own strategic consultancy specialising in media, finance and sport.

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