Trust board

The board of directors holds overall accountability for the organisation and is responsible for strategic direction and the high-level allocation of resources. It delegates decision-making for the operational running of the trust to the chief executive.

Board of directors

Tessa Green CBE, chairman

David Probert

Tessa became chairman at Moorfields in September 2016 having served as chairman of The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust and trustee of the Institute of Cancer Research from 1998 - 2010. Tessa also served as a non-executive director at the Royal Berkshire and Battle Hospitals NHS Trust and has a particular interest in health research and clinical governance.


Rosalind Given-Wilson, non-executive director and chair of quality and safety committee

Rosalind Given-WilsonRos joined us as a non-executive director on 1 April 2015. Ros is a consultant radiologist and previously served for over seven years as medical director at St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. In this role, she had responsibility for clinical quality and safety, education, training, research, governance, clinical strategic involvement and stakeholder engagement. Prior to this, Ros established and ran the breast screening unit in south west Londonfor ten years and led the children's clinical working group across south west London.


Louisa Wickham, medical director

Louisa became medical director in January 2021. She joined Moorfields as a consultant in vitreoretinal surgery and medical retina. Her interest in clinical leadership stems from her time as a trainee, developing a Leadership Fellow for the Health Foundation and as a European Leadership Fellow at INSEAD. She works with the Royal College of Ophthalmologists and Royal Society of Medicine to promote clinical leadership for doctors at all stages of their training. 


David Probert, chief executive

David Probert

David took up the position of chief executive at Moorfields in April 2016. He was the former director of strategic development at University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. David is a past fellow of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) in Boston, USA and holds an MBA from the University of Leicester.


Professor Sir Peng Tee Khaw, director of research and development

Professor Sir Peng Tee Khaw

Peng was appointed to his board role in 2008 and is a clinician scientist and surgeon specialising in paediatric and adult glaucoma. Peng is developing new surgical and stem cell therapies and he is also the director of the NIHR Biomedical Research Centre at Moorfields and the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology.


Tracy Luckett, director of nursing and allied health professions

Tracy Luckett Tracy is a registered nurse and has been Moorfields' director responsible for the professional leadership of nurses and allied health professions and integrated patient support service since 2011. She holds the statutory roles of director of infection prevention and control and executive lead for safeguarding children and vulnerable adults, and has joint responsibility for quality and safety with the medical director.Tracy is responsible for the trust’s Covid-19 and flu vaccination programmes. 


Jonathan Wilson, chief financial officer and deputy chief executive

Jonathan Wilson

Jonathan re-joined the trust in November 2018 as chief financial officer, having previously held the position of deputy director of finance for over nine years. Jonathan is an experienced board-level director, having held chief financial officer (CFO) positions at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital and the Homerton NHS Foundation Trust. Jonathan’s portfolio includes finance, IT and procurement.


 Jon Spencer, chief operation officer 

Jon joined us in February 2021. Prior to this Jon served as deputy chief operating officer at The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust where he was involved in a number of high profile projects, including leading the hospital’s response to Covid-19 and overseeing major programmes of work in pharmacy, imaging and genomics. He has also provided divisional level management to a number of clinical services at both the Marsden and Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust.

Nick Hardie, non-executive director and chair of audit and risk and finance committees

Nick Hardie

Nick joined the trust in January 2016. Nick joined the trust in January 2016. His career has included senior treasury and financial management roles for a number of FTSE companies including Marks and Spencer and Hammerson, a property development and investment company with a £9bn portfolio. Nick is also a non-executive director of the Devon and Cornwall Housing Group.


Johanna Moss, director of strategy and partnerships

Johanna joined Moorfields in July 2015. Johanna’s responsibilities include strategy development, capital investment and development, annual planning, business development, marketing and communications, external relations, and corporate and social responsibility. Additionally, Johanna has supported the NHS London’s response to the pandemic. Previously, Johanna was deputy director of strategic development at UCLH NHS Foundation Trust. Johanna’s role has recently expanded to director of strategy and partnerships.


David Hills, non-executive director and chair of capital scrutiny committee

David Hills

David joined the trust in April 2017 and is an experienced construction and project delivery professional whose career has included senior and board level roles for a number of FTSE companies including Mouchel and Laing O’ Rourke as well as working extensively with the public sector in senior project and programme delivery roles. David also has a role as the director of programme delivery for the University of Cambridge.


Adrian Morris, non-executive director

Adrian joined Moorfields in March 2021. Adrian has held senior roles in Centrica, British Gas and BP and is currently the general counsel for Tesco and a member of the Tesco Group Executive. Adrian was also part of the negotiating team for the sale of Tesco’s Asian businesses for £8bn, following the successful £4bn acquisition of Booker Plc, to create the UK’s leading food group. Adrian is the executive sponsor for Tesco’s Disability Network and is a mentor under the Group’s partnership with Arrival Education.

Professor Andrew Dick, non-executive director

 width=Andrew took up position as director of the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology in September 2016. He is a clinician scientist and surgeon, also based at University of Bristol, with a main interest in how our immune system both protects and damages tissues in a variety of diseases, including age-related macular degeneration and uveitis. Andrew is the joint senior responsible officer (SRO) for Oriel.


Sumita Singha, non-executive director

Sumita Sinha

Sumita joined the trust in April 2013 and is an architect, author and academic, running her own design practice. She has received awards in diverse fields including the UIA: UNESCO international award for housing design, Women Into Business award at the House of Commons and the Atkins Inspire award for Architecture.


Vineet Bhalla, non-executive director and chair of people and culture committee

Vineet Bhalla

Vineet joined Moorfields in March 2020. He is an experienced senior IT professional, currently chief technology officer and senior vice president for technology at Burberry. He has previously held global roles for Unilever as head of IT for their digital marketing and research and development divisions and had led data-driven and digital transformation at scale.


Richard Holmes, non-executive director and chair of capital and commercial committee

Richard Holmes

Richard held senior roles at Specsavers for over ten years, as global marketing director and joint chief executive officer (UK). Over this period the group increased its UK market share from 30% to 50% and became the market leader in Scandinavia. Richard also held a number of senior marketing and commercial roles at Boots and Unilever. Richard is holds non-executive director roles at Lok’N Store Plc and First Contact Healthcare and is vice chair of his local Citizens Advice organisation.


Associate directors

Four further executive directors, formally associate directors, attend meetings of the trust board but do not have voting rights.

Nick Roberts, chief information officer

Nick was appointed to the board in June 2020 as Moorfields’ chief information officer. Nick joined Moorfields from UCLH where he was the director of digital services. Nick has considerable experience and knowledge of clinical technical systems, major international research initiatives and system partnerships. Nick was responsible for the delivery of the EPIC health records system and technology supporting international research initiatives such as the early lung cancer diagnosis programme and creation of EMAP, a virtualised research platform for big data.

Sandi Drewett, director of workforce and organisation development

Sandi Drewett

Sandi was appointed to the board in June 2018 and has over two decades of experience in human resources (HR) in both the public and private sectors including higher education, the NHS and advertising. Her NHS career spans 15 years and includes holding HR leadership roles in acute and mental health trusts and acting as an external consultant to a range of NHS provider and commissioning organisations. She was previously the director of human resources and organisation development at the East London Foundation Trust.


Ian Tombleson, director of quality and safety

Ian TomblesonIan joined Moorfields in November 2009. Ian has a scientific background in cancer research and worked subsequently in a number of NHS trusts. He also worked for the Health Service Ombudsman and the Care Quality Commission. Ian is responsible for customer services, risk and safety management and setting quality standards.


Kieran McDaid, director of capital estates and major projects

Kieran McDaid

Kieran was appointed to the board in June 2018 and is an experienced construction and project management professional having delivered a large number of construction projects in both academic and clinical settings. Kieran is a fellow of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (FRICS) and holds an MBA from the University of Nottingham. Kieran previously held the position of estates director at University College London    Hospitals (UCLH) where he led and delivered significant projects, such as the Proton Beam Therapy Centre, Macmillan Cancer Centre and Eastman Dental Hospital.


The register of interests document at the top right of this page contains each director's declaration of interests.


Last updated: 9th April 2021