- DAVID EYTON CBE FREng FloMe FloD - CHAIR
- THE HON. ANDREW BUTLER KC MA MCIArb - DEPUTY CHAIR
- NEIL ENRIGHT
- CHARLES STONEHILL MA
- GILES GOODFELLOW KC LLM
- MARK STROYAN LLB
- MARINA BROUNGER LLB
- ANGUS GOSWELL MRICS
- DAVID FABER MA
- RICHARD WINTER CBE FCA
- ADAM HART LLB (HONS) FRSA
- PROFESSOR DAVID PAYNE MChem DPhil
- JIM GLOVER
- HARRIET MOULD MA RGN
- SIR JONATHAN SYMONDS CBE FCA
- PROFESSOR ARMAND D'ANGOUR ARCM MA PHD
- MEL MROWIEC MA
- VICE ADMIRAL JERRY KYD CBE
- CHARLES GALLAGHER MA MSc
- DR SHENILA RAWAL PHD
- LIAM HALLIGAN
- DR DAVID TAYLOR MBBS BSc MD FRCP
- MARK WALLACE BCom (HONS)
An Old Harrovian and former parent, David Eyton (Druries 1974³) studied engineering at Cambridge University and has worked for BP since graduating in 1982. He has held a number of Petroleum Engineering, Commercial and Business Management positions in locations around the world and is now the company’s Head of Technology. David sits on the UK Energy Technologies Institute and OGCI Climate Investments Boards and is a fellow of the UK Royal Academy of Engineering, Institute of Materials, Minerals & Mining and Institute of Directors.
Andrew Butler is an Old Harrovian (The Knoll 1981³) and a current Harrow parent. After completing a Classics degree at University College Oxford, he converted to law and is now a barrister practising at Tanfield Chambers in London, where he specialises in commercial and property law. He is on the board of the Harrow Association. A sports enthusiast, Andrew captained the School rugby and football teams during his school career and subsequently represented Oxford University at rugby. He is President of the Old Harrovian Association Football Club and a qualified rugby referee.
Since 2011, Neil has been the Headmaster of Queen Elizabeth’s School in Barnet, which has consistently been named in the national press in recent years as the country’s top state school for A Level and GCSE results. He attended John Lyon as a pupil from 1989 to 1996. Following his undergraduate degree at Oxford and PGCE at London’s Institute of Education, Neil started teaching in 2000 in a mixed comprehensive in the London Borough of Brent. He moved to Queen Elizabeth’s in 2002. Before his appointment as Headmaster, he has been Head of Geography, Head of Year, Assistant Head and Deputy Head. Neil was awarded his National Professional Qualification for Headship in 2007 and an MBA in 2010. He is Deputy Chairman of Governors at The John Lyon School, and his other current voluntary roles include being a governor of Longfield Primary School in Harrow and of St Albans High School for Girls.
An Old Harrovian, Charles Stonehill (Newlands 1971²) is resident in New York, where he is Founding Partner of Green & Blue Advisors, which assists companies investing in, developing and utilising renewable energy. He is also Vice Chairman of Julius Baer AG, a Zurich-headquartered private bank. He also serves as a Board member of Play Magnus, the Norwegian World Chess Champion Magnus Carlsen’s app, software and media company. For almost 40 years, Charles has commuted between the US and the UK in various senior positions in the investment banking industry.
An Old Harrovian and former Harrow parent, Giles Goodfellow (Moretons 1974²) studied law at Cambridge University and Virginia Law School and worked as an attorney in Washington DC before returning to the English Bar where he specialises in tax law, particularly its contentious aspects. He has a keen interest in professional training and recruitment, and is a member of the General Purposes and Strategic Affairs Committees.
An Old Harrovian (The Grove 1982²) and current Harrow parent, Mark Stroyan is currently a Partner at Manchester Square Partners. The firm specialises in senior executive career advisory work and succession planning. Prior to Manchester Square Partners, Mark was UK and European Managing Partner and a Board Director of the global executive search firm Spencer Stuart. Mark graduated from St Andrews University and the College of Law and in his early career, he practiced law as a solicitor in the city. Mark is also Chairman of the Governors at Aysgarth Preparatory School.
A current parent, Marina Brounger is a former criminal barrister. She is an adviser to Churchill Heritage. Marina was appointed Governor in 2014 and has oversight of Special Education Needs and Disabilities. She is also a member of the Bursaries and Selection Committees. She is the great-granddaughter of Sir Winston Churchill.
David Faber is the Headmaster of Summer Fields, Oxford, traditionally a feeder prep school to Harrow. Educated at Eton and Balliol College, Oxford, where he read Modern Languages, he began a career in politics after university and was subsequently the Member of Parliament for Westbury from 1992 to 2001; he held a number of posts during his political career, including Shadow Foreign Minister. He left politics to pursue a career as a writer and historian, and his work includes a biography of the Rt Hon Leo Amery (West Acre 1887). He is a longstanding member of the MCC Committee and is currently Chairman of the club’s Arts and Library Committee.
Richard Winter is an old Harrovian (Moretons 1976³) and is a partner of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. He is a member of the Council of Wycombe Abbey School, a Trustee of International Rescue Committee UK and the Humanitarian Leadership Academy. He has been a Trustee and the treasurer of Save the Children and Chair of Medical Emergency Relief International (Merlin).
An Old Harrovian and past Harrow parent, Adam Hart (West Acre 1977¹) graduated with a law degree and qualified as a chartered accountant. Having held senior positions in various City financial services firms, he is a partner in London Bridge Capital Partners, an independent corporate finance firm that focuses on growth companies, and is Chairman or a non-executive director of a number of companies. Adam is a director of Harrow International Schools Limited, Chairman of Harrow School Enterprises Limited and of the Harrow Association and a Trustee of the Harrow Development Trust.
Professor Payne is a Reader and Royal Society University Research Fellow in the Faculty of Engineering at Imperial College London, and the Director of the Advanced Photoelectron Spectroscopy Laboratory. He is also strongly engaged with the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), having been a member of the Strategic Advisory Team for Research Infrastructure since 2013, and more recently appointed to the EPSRC Big Ideas Advisory Group in 2017. He is also the lead author of the EPSRC Equipment Roadmap for Photoelectron Spectroscopy.
An Old Harrovian and former parent, Jim Glover (Rendalls 1978³) is the Deputy Chairman of CSM Sport & Entertainment. Having set up his own business in the early 1990s, he has gone on to oversee significant growth in this fast moving and dynamic industry with CSM now established in over 20 International markets.
Sir Jonathan Symonds is Chair of GSK. His external appointments include Non-Executive Director of Genomics England Ltd; Non-Executive Chair Energy Aspects; Senior Advisor to Chatham House. Jon served as an Independent Non-Executive Director of HSBC Holdings plc, and as Deputy Group Chairman. His governance experience includes roles as Non-Executive Director and Chair of the Audit Committees of Diageo plc and QinetiQ Group plc, Non-Executive Chair of Proteus Digital Health Inc and Non-Executive Director of Rubius Therapeutics, Inc. He is a Trustee of the Jinga Educational Trust, which aims to improve the education, training, and welfare of young people in Uganda.
Armand D’Angour is an Associate Professor in Classics at the University of Oxford and Fellow, Tutor in Classics and Senior Dean of Jesus College, Oxford. He was educated at Eton College, the Royal College of Music and Merton College, Oxford. Prior to returning to Oxford as a Tutor, he pursued careers as a cellist and as a businessman. He is author of articles and chapters on the language, literature, psychology and culture of ancient Greece, and his book The Greeks and the New was published by Cambridge University Press in 2011. He was awarded a British Academy Fellowship in 2013 to reconstruct ancient Greek music and won a Vice Chancellor’s Prize for the project in 2017, as well as co-editing Music, Text, and Culture in Ancient Greece (OUP 2018). His latest book, Socrates in Love: The Making of a Philosopher, was published by Bloomsbury in March 2019.
Mel Mrowiec is a long-established member of the Harrow community and lives on the Hill. A graduate of Christ Church, Oxford, the early part of his 40-year teaching career was in comprehensive schools before he arrived at Harrow in 1987. At Harrow he served, inter alia, as the Deputy Head Master, the House Master of Rendalls, Head of Geography and Master i/c Soccer. In 2012, he became the founding Head Master of Harrow Hong Kong before he retired in 2017. He returned to Harrow, however, to be the Interim Head Master from September 2018 to April 2019. Mel is now Chairman of Harrow International Schools Limited.
A current parent, Vice Admiral Jerry Kyd CBE was educated at Southampton University, before joining the Royal Navy in 1985 as a Seaman Officer. His early years were spent at sea on board various ships from patrol vessels to aircraft carriers, conducting operational deployments in the Gulf, Kosovo, Northern Ireland, the Caribbean, the Baltic, the Indian Ocean and the wider Atlantic. He was also the Captain of Britannia Royal Naval College. Jerry assumed the role of Commander UK Carrier Strike Group in 2015, before taking command of HMS Queen Elizabeth in May 2016. Promoted to Vice Admiral, he was appointed Fleet Commander in March 2019. Jerry is a Younger Brother of Trinity House, a member of the Royal Yacht Squadron, and President of Boxing and Vice President of Ice Sports for the Naval Service.
An Old Harrovian and former Harrow parent, Charles Gallagher (The Head Master’s 1972³) is the Executive Chairman of Abbey plc an AIM listed housebuilding and plant hire group trading in the UK, Ireland and Czechia. Charles studied Engineering at Cambridge University. While at Cambridge he served as President of the Cambridge Union Society. He is a past President (1995) of the HBF (UK House Builders Federation). He is a member of the Estates Committee.
Dr Shenila Rawal, a current parent, is an applied education economist. She has extensive experience in leading and conducting large-scale evaluations and research projects working to ensure robust, equitable and evidence-based policy and practice in education. She has authored several papers and lectures at Masters’ and PhD level on a range of topics in the field of economics of education such as student learning and non-cognitive outcomes, teachers and teaching, labour markets, non-state education, political economy of education systems and issues of equity and marginalisation. She holds several governance positions at a range of organisations that support beneficiaries in the UK and internationally.
Liam is an economist, writer and broadcaster. He is a Governor of the John Lyon School and also an experienced business investor, having been a board member and partner of an international asset-management company working with leading pension funds, charities and sovereign wealth funds. A widely-respected economics commentator, Liam has been a reporter for The Economist, The Financial Times and Channel Four News and is now best-known for his award-winning weekly Economics Agenda column in The Sunday Telegraph. Liam holds a First Class (Hons) degree in Economics from the University of Warwick and an MPhil (Econ) from St Antony’s College, Oxford University. He joined John Lyon on a scholarship in 1980 and left in 1987 as Head Boy. He was the first person in his family to go to university.
An Old Harrovian and former Harrow parent, David Taylor (Newlands 1978³) is a Consultant Respiratory Physician at Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust with over 30 years' experience in respiratory medicine, urgent care and lung cancer care. David studied medicine at St Mary's Hospital Medical School in London then trained in respiratory medicine, undertaking clinical research at the National Heart and Lung Institute, and has worked in the pharmaceutical industry. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians.
An Old Harrovian (The Head Master’s 1984³) and former parent, Mark graduated from Edinburgh University before joining the British Army where he served for five years. He has since worked in investment management at Robert Fleming & Co, JP Morgan and is currently Co-Head of the Investment Team at Rothschild & Co Wealth Management. Mark is also a governor and Foundation Chair at Aysgarth School. He splits his time between London, Yorkshire and the Orkney Islands.