The Management Board provides oversight and accountability for the  Centre. It meets regularly to ensure that the Centre remains aligned with its vision, and plans for the development of the organisation.


Rev Mark Meynell is a writer and teacher. He spent nine years on the senior leadership team of All Souls Church, Langham Place in London and is an ordained minister with the Church of England. Previously he was the academic dean and then acting principal of Kampala Evangelical School of Theology (KEST) in Kampala, Uganda. Married to Rachel, with their two children, Joshua and Zanna, Mark lives in central London.  Mark is the Chaplain of HM Treasury,  Revenue and Customs and the Cabinet Office. Mark read Classics at New College Oxford, and holds a Masters in Pastoral Theology at Ridley Hall, Cambridge


Sir Charles Hoare Bt. served for many years as International Director of CARE focusing on European and International public policy. He now works as an independent consultant on issues relating to religion and public policy in the UK and around the world. He serves on the boards of a number of domestic and international charities. He is married to Eleanor, they have three children Edward, Emily and Elizabeth and live in North London. A graduate of Pimlico School, Charlie holds a BA in History from the University of Durham and an MSc in Voluntary Sector Management and Social Policy from the London School of Economics. 



Raymond Asfour is an International Development consultant with a focus on designing, implementing and evaluating complex programmes in fragile and conflict affected States on behalf of Governments and multi-lateral agencies. His work has included assignments across East Africa, the Middle East and South-Central Asia. Raymond holds an MA in Middle Eastern International Relations from the University of Durham and is currently a Deployable Civilian Expert for the UK Government Stabilisation Unit. A dual British-Lebanese citizen, Raymond spends his spare time representing the Lebanese Rugby Union National team at tournaments across Asia. 



Catherine Gladwell is the Founder & Director of Refugee Support Network (RSN). She has worked with refugee and asylum seeking children in the UK and internationally for the last nine years, in both education policy and programmes.  Catherine also works as a consultant for Jigsaw Consult, working on refugee and emergency education projects for various international NGOs and UN agencies. Before working at RSN, Catherine worked in humanitarian education policy and with young refugees at Save the Children UK. She is a qualified teacher and has a BA from the University of Oxford and an MA in Education and International Development.