Staff and Charity Directors

  • Staff

    Our national support team are responsible for supporting the Trust's extensive branch network and around 1,000 dedicated volunteers.

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    Lisa Morris

    Chief Executive

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    Julia Boarer

    Finance Manager

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    Disa Beston

    Branch Development & Compliance Manager

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    Madelin McKeand

    Operations and Development Coordinator

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    Beverley Fleet

    Lead - Charity Support Administration

  • Board Members

    The Greyhound Trust is an incorporated charity governed by a Board of Directors and two Honorary Vice Presidents.

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    Professor Steven Dean


    Steve is a Veterinary Surgeon. He retired from the Civil Service in 2011 where he was the CEO of the Veterinary Medicines Directorate. Previous to this he had been a Director in the veterinary pharmaceutical industry and his professional career also included roles in veterinary practice, medicines development and veterinary education. He was a Board member for the Kennel Club and served as Chairman for four years. He remains a Trustee of the Kennel Club Charitable Trust.

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    Raymond Harding


    Ray is a recently retired Local Authority Chief Executive (Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk 2005 – 2019). Currently Vice Chair of Witchford Village College and Governor for West Anglia College. Ray also gifts his time at Greyhound Trust Mildenhall, Lendwith Care, Witchford Playing Fields Association and Ely Runners. In his spare time, Ray enjoys running, allotmenteering, cycling and Nordic walking.

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    Hazel Bentall


    Hazel is a practicing member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, with a long career in clinical companion animal and greyhound practice. Former veterinary advisor and Chair of the National Greyhound Racing Club (NGRC) and published author of Greyhound Medicine Charter – BSVA guide to Veterinary Medicine

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