We are grateful to our trustees for their hard work on behalf of Dress for Success
Board of Trustees
- Lady Hughes-Hallett
Chair of Trustees
Juliet Hughes-Hallett worked at Vogue and went on to set up the Nursery Window, a children’s business selling fabrics and accessories. Patron of the Horniman Museum, Juliet worked as a dressing volunteer at Dress for Success before becoming a trustee and then Chair of the Board.
- Joanna Hunter
Joanna trained at PricewaterhouseCoopers specialising in audit and taxation and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. Joanna has a wide range of charity and business experience and is also a trustee of the Michael Palin Centre for Stammering Children.
- Sherri Snelson
Sherri Snelson is a partner and the head of European finance in the London office of O'Melveny & Myers LLP. A native of Leicester, North Carolina, Sherri previously practiced law in Richmond, Virginia and New York City.
- Donna Miller
Donna works as the Human Resources Director of European Operations for Enterprise Rent-A-Car. Donna is originally from Orange County, California, and she moved to live in the UK in 2003.
- Caroline Hamblett
Caroline is Director of Operations at Marie Curie Cancer Care. Prior to this she was employed within HR roles with Nestle and the Hanson Trust. Caroline is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
- Lexie Sims
Lexie Sims is the International HR Business Partner for Jack Wills Ltd. and runs her own HR consulting business. Lexie is from Dallas, Texas and has lived in the UK for 11 years.
- Maggie Darling
Maggie Darling is a writer and journalist. She is the Chair of Daycare Trust which founded and continues to lead the campaign for affordable childcare. Maggie is also lead patron of Circle, a Scottish charity based in Edinburgh which works with the most isolated and vulnerable families.
- Fiona Holmes
Fiona Holmes is the Managing Director of Gray & Osbourn and a Trustee of the Octavia Foundation. Fiona is a native Scot who graduated from Edinburgh University but has lived in London since she started her career at Marks & Spencer.
- Susan Denmead
Susan Denmead set up Dress for Success London in 2000 after being inspired by a feature on the Oprah Winfrey show about the work of Dress for Success in the United States. Susan was born in England and brought up in Canada, returning to the UK in 1978. Susan stood down from the Board in 2012 to become our first Vice-President. Susan remains closely involved in the charity's work.