Khalid is the owner and manager of Ellis’s estate agency in Finchley. He has been a keen supporter of the Trust for some years, and was elected to the Trust Board in 2013. Apart from his managerial and property advice, Khalid is helping us develop our links with the local business community.
John is a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and has wide experience of Government, commerce and industry. John was co-opted to the Board of AHET in November 2010, and elected as a Trustee in 2012. John is also a director of Avenue House Services, and a regular volunteer.
Andy is a railway civil engineer, and Executive Director of the Railway Heritage Trust, which awards grants for listed railway buildings. He also has considerable experience in fund raising, and in voluntary work. Andy became a Trustee and Chairman in the spring of 2011, and since then has led the recovery of the Trust’s business position, and its application for grant funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Mike is a partner at an international law firm, and also a trustee of Leap Confronting Conflict. Mike and his family use Avenue House on a daily basis, and he joined the Trust in 2012, strengthening our legal and business skills.
Julian is a Chartered Accountant with over 22 years’ experience in the City. Julian and his family regularly use the grounds, and are regular volunteer helpers. In April 2013 the Board co-opted Julian as its Treasurer, and he was elected to Board that autumn. He is currently working with our management to introduce a computerised accountancy package.
Alison is a former IT professional in the Banking and Educational sectors who has retrained as a horticulturalist and is now a professional gardener. Alison leads the Bothy Garden volunteers and is a regular volunteer in the grounds and at other events. She is also a member of the Friends committee.
Alessandra is a local resident with a long standing association to the trust through volunteering in the house and gardens. Alessadra is a senior professional in education, tourism and hospitality, she was appointed to the board in November 2014.
Philip is a marketing and communications professional who has worked in a range of roles across the commercial and not-for-profit sectors. He has served as a trustee for a number of charities over the past 20 years. Philip is a regular volunteer at the house and gardens and was co-opted to the Board of AHET in December 2016.