Lindsay is passionate about fighting hunger and food waste in the UK. Since he joined the charity in 2010, the number of charities receiving food from FareShare has grown from 600 to more than 11,000. Lindsay has 30 years’ senior management experience in the voluntary sector. Previously he was the Chief Executive of the Institute of Fundraising where he doubled income and membership and established the Fundraising Standards Board as a global leader in self-regulation. Lindsay is a member of the Mayor of London’s Food Board and a trustee of the Institute of Grocery Distribution.
Alyson is Commercial Director with responsibility for Fundraising, Marketing Communications and Volunteering, having joined the organisation in 2016. With 25 years’ experience in the food and retail sector, Alyson possesses a wealth of industry and consumer knowledge, having previously worked on product development, launches and communication campaigns both in the UK and internationally for Sainsbury’s, Kingfisher plc and Fortnum & Mason.
Director of Finance, HR & Resources
Jerome is a Chartered Accountant who spent the first half of his career working in commercial management roles with international companies including Fisons plc and ICL Fujitsu and worked in Canada, Sweden and the Benelux during this period. After moving into the third sector, Jerome was Chief Financial Officer at the Shaw Trust and prior to joining FareShare was Finance Director of United Response, two of the UK’s largest service based charities operating in the employment and adult social care sectors respectively. Jerome lives in Suffolk and in his spare time is normally found on his bike and recently joined the Cingle Du Mont-Ventoux club.
Director of Network and Operations
Kris is the Director of Network and Operations and helps redistribute the food. Supports FareShare’s Network of Regional Centres, FareShare Go operations, food and people safety, logistics and coordination and the amazing community of 11,000 charities. Also responsible for strategic external relationships with other charities and food redistributors.
Before working at FareShare, Kris lived and worked in France, India, Croatia and Romania on a range of engineering projects after finishing a PhD in Environmental Chemistry and Engineering. Kris is also the co-founder and Chair of an international, epidemiological society.
Director of Food
Simon Millard is Director of Food for FareShare. Simon leads FareShare’s relationships with the UK Food Industry, helping secure access to the surplus food which FareShare provides to thousands of charities using food in the delivery of their social purposes.
Simon has worked in the UK food industry for 25 years, both in major manufacturers such as Mars and Premier Foods, and in technology & consultancy services to the UK food industry, in IBM, and most recently as a Commercial Director in IRI.
Simon and his team are committed to growing the volume of food made available to UK charities, to both reduce the environmental impact of food waste, and for the social goodness delivered by the front-line charities we serve. Please contact Simon and his team if you’d like to turn your surplus food into a meaningful outcome.
Head of Marketing and Communications
James is Head of Marketing and Communications for FareShare. His team promotes and protects the FareShare brand, so that we can grow our impact according to our vision – to let no good food go to waste. Since starting at FareShare in Jan 2018 our awareness has grown twelve-fold, and we won the Food and Drink Federation’s Best Campaign award for our Feed People First campaign – to obtain government financial support for charitable surplus food redistribution in the UK. Previously, James managed the marketing and events teams at the Carbon Trust for nine years, and a very long time ago he worked for 11 years in London-based advertising agencies, from a graduate trainee to a Director. James was a Non-Executive Director of the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust for six years until 2019.
Head of Volunteer Recruitment and Engagement
Bryan is the Head of Volunteer Recruitment and Engagement at FareShare. He is responsible for creating the FareShare Volunteer Programme that Supports FareShare’s Network of Regional Centres to recruit, train and retain our 1,500 volunteers. Bryan has over 10 years’ experience in Volunteer Management in both strategic and operational settings. Additionally, he previously was a Board Director of the Association of Volunteer Managers.