Chloe Roberts

Chloe Roberts

Chloe is an account manager at Stand Agency, a PR and social media consultancy, which uses strategic communications to help organisations – both commercial and not-for-profit – talk about their work.

Communications is Chloe’s second career, having started out working on the front line of social justice and reform. She holds a first class degree in Criminology and has worked in the criminal justice sector including in Crown Courts and in prisons, supporting offenders with their rehabilitation.

Chloe’s current role sees her working with clients that span third sector organisations, tech start-ups, the arts, finance and health. She is motivated by making a positive impact and driving social change.

Hannah Johns

Hannah Johns

Hannah Johns is currently working at Plan International, an International Developmental Organisation, working in Policy and Advocacy and specialising in Gender, Diversity and Inclusion.
Hannah has a degree in Psychology and a masters in Criminal Justice and Social Research. She has previously worked for Good Vibrations, and has extensive experience of the Criminal Justice sector, having worked in secure units both in the UK and abroad. Her passion for the arts and rehabilitation is what drew her towards this charity.
Anindita Pal

Anindita Pal

Anindita is an experienced financial services professional with a career of over 19 years spanning banking, consulting and professional services. In her latest role at HSBC, Anindita built digital propositions aimed at improving financial well-being of individuals, especially those in financial difficulty and vulnerable situations. She has managed large-scale global operations, built highly skilled teams, delivered regulatory and strategic transformation projects, and helped organisations improve their operating model and processes. She is a qualified chartered accountant with a background in external audit and financial analysis. Anindita has previously led the UK chapter of an education charity on a voluntary basis, including their strategic planning and fundraising efforts. She is passionate about driving social impact and provides mentoring support to social entrepreneurs to help them realise their potential.
Pete Knapton

Pete Knapton

Pete is a retired prison governor with 35 years’ experience within the criminal justice sector and 10 years’ management within the private sector. He recently retired as Chair of Trustees at the Shannon Trust. Pete mentors and coaches individuals in their roles, offering support and guidance. He also works in a voluntary capacity to help organisations, volunteers and user groups to develop a sense of direction through a dynamic approach to strategic and business planning.

Eleanor Ward

Eleanor Ward

Eleanor Ward is Executive Director of Nonclassical – a contemporary classical music promoter and record label. She leads this small, but influential, cultural charitable organisation based in East London.

She started her career in arts funding, working for Arts Council England, and spent four years at PRS for Music Foundation. After leaving PRSF, Eleanor worked freelance as an Ensemble Manager, Festival Producer and Project Manager, and fundraised for a number of artists and music organisations. She then took the role of Programme Manager at Sound Connections – a music education charity – before moving to Field Day, where she worked as Festival Producer for two years.

Kate Turner

Kate Turner

Kate is Head of Private Philanthropy at English Heritage, where she leads a team securing transformative gifts and building a community of engaged and committed supporters.  Prior to moving into the heritage sector, Kate spent a decade working in higher education fundraising, establishing major philanthropic partnerships with individuals, companies and grant-making bodies at two London universities.   Kate began her working life in corporate social responsibility, where she saw at first-hand what can be achieved when companies partner with charities working with marginalised groups.

Nick Jolliffe

Nick Jolliffe

Nick is an associate with KPMG in London and works in the asset management department of their financial services audit practice. Currently, he works with a range of clients including: infrastructure investment funds; pension funds; and mutual wealth entities. Previously, he worked as a compliance manager and consultant for an energy efficiency installations business.

Nick has a background in music, having studied at Newcastle University and taught as a music tutor in his spare time.

Jonathan Hollow

Jonathan Hollow

Jonathan is the Head of Strategy and Innovation at the Money Advice Service. He helps organisations consider their medium and long-term plans and goals, and the extent to which they need to innovate in their service offers and operating models to achieve them. Jonathan previously worked as an Innovation Director for Serco, and as a digital specialist for central government.

Jonathan became Chair of Good Vibrations’ Board of Trustees in October 2017.

Bruce Cole

Bruce Cole

Bruce Cole is currently Fellow in Community Music at the University of York where he teaches undergraduate and postgraduate programmes of work ranging from early years and schools to social care. He has a special interest in prison education and has taught and managed music projects in several secure institutions as well as drug support centres and parole hostels.

As a composer he has worked in the music industry, concert hall, theatre, TV and circus. He is also Chief Examiner for the International Baccalaureate Music Diploma and has authored six classroom resource publications.

Professor Laura Caulfield

Professor Laura Caulfield

Laura is Founding Chair of the Institute for Community Research and Development at the University of Wolverhampton.

Previously she was Head of Research and Consultancy and Subject Leader for Psychology in the School of Society, Enterprise and Environment at Bath Spa University.

She is an expert in the evaluation of programmes in the criminal justice system, and much of her work has focused on assessing the impact of the arts and other non-traditional programmes.