Board Members

Non-Executive Directors

The Non-Executive Directors share responsibility with the other directors for the organisation. They have a particular responsibility to ensure that the Board acts in the best interests of the public and is fully accountable for the services provided with the public funds it uses. Non-executive directors can ensure that the interests of patients and the community remain at the heart of the Board's discussions. Non-Executive Directors have voting rights on the Trust Board.

As well as having corporate responsibility, the Non-Executive Directors work closely with service directors, staff, service users and carers to provide a link between local people and Trust management. Overall, they provide a valuable role giving a constructive challenge to the executive team when necessary and support when appropriate.

Andrew Ling

Andrew Ling, Chairman

BSc (Econ) – UCL, FCA

Andrew held a Non-Executive Director position at Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust since January 2008 and took up post here at KMPT on 1 November 2011.
Andrew has been appointed due to his leadership skills and strategic experience and he will lead the Trust in its quest to modernise and improve mental health services whilst achieving Foundation Trust Status.

Andrew has a City background in Finance and Banking at Lloyds TSB Group where he held a variety of appointments including that of Finance Director of the Wholesale and International Banking Division from 1995-2004.

Andrew is also an Economics graduate of University College London. Andrew qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Price Waterhouse in 1978 where he spent the following 10 years. He is currently Finance Director of The Vintners' Company.

Margaret Andrews

Professor Margaret Andrews

MSc, BSc, PGCE, RNT, RCT, RN, Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Margaret joined the Board in April 2012 and was appointed due to her interest in healthcare education and clinical experience. Margaret will help lead the Trust in its quest to modernise and improve mental health services whilst achieving Foundation Trust Status. Margaret was Pro Vice-Chancellor (Partnerships) at Canterbury Christchurch University and has a long history in education. Margaret is Deputy Chair of the Trust and the appointed SID. She is also the Chair of the Quality Committee and a member of the Integrated Audit and Risk Committee.

Richard Page

Richard Page


Richard was appointed to the Board in June 2012 and is an experienced Finance Director who has over 35 years of working at Board level, with the last 20 years being spent in the NHS. In addition, Richard is the treasurer of two small local charities and a Non-Executive Director of The Malaria Consortium. Richard has been a Magistrate in central Kent (Maidstone Bench) for over 10 years and sits as a chair of both the adult and youth courts. Richard is Deputy Chair of the Integrated Audit and Risk Committee and a member of the Finance and Performance Committee.

Mark Bryant

Mark Bryant

BA (Hons) Engineering, Cambridge University

Mark joined the Board in October 2012. Mark was previously Managing Director for Accenture where he held a range of positions over 23 years and is now leading a cutting edge energy company. Mark has a range of management and commercial skills and experience of leading change. Mark is a Non-Executive Director for two companies including an organic plantation in Brazil that has established a strong relationship in the local community, helping provide schooling for over 600 local children. Mark is Chair of the Finance and Performance Committee and Deputy Chairman of the Quality Committee.

Tom Phillips

Tom Phillips

BSc (Hons) Physics, FCA (Fellow of Chartered Accountants) Member of the Institute for Turnaround (MIFT)

Tom was appointed to the Board in November 2012. Tom has previously held senior Board roles as Chief Executive, Chief Operating Officer and Group Finance Director in commercial multi-site retail operations within the pharmacy and leisure sectors. Most notably Tom spent 15 years as an executive board member of the Tote, a commercial organisation and also a statutory body. Tom is a Non-Executive Director for two companies including at an international language school charity. Tom is the Chair of the Integrated Audit and Risk Committee.

Rod Ashurst

Rod Ashurst

MBA Finance and Marketing, Diploma in French Studies

Rod joined the Board in November 2012. Rod has a wealth of business experience, including over ten years working at Board level, with the majority of the past 25 years having been spent at BT, with a background in leading transformational programmes, commercial development and contract management. As well as his work at BT, Rod also worked in Europe for Concert, Rod is a Trustee of the Trinity Theatre and Arts Centre in Tunbridge Wells. Rod is the Chair of the Workforce and OD Committee and a member of the Quality Committee.

Anne Marie Dean

Anne-Marie Dean

NHS Accelerated Management Development Programme Kings Fund College Strategic Leadership Programme, Templeton College Oxford Global health challenges Judge Institute Cambridge

Anne-Marie joined the Board in November 2013. Anne-Marie has over 25 years experience in the NHS, including roles as Chief Executive in the acute sector and Director of Strategy within a Primary Care Trust, and brings extensive knowledge and experience in setting and delivering strategic agendas. She is currently Chairman of Healthwatch Havering, which is part of the Care Quality Council framework (CQC), is a Trustee of the charity One-in-Four and a volunteer with St. John’s Ambulance. Anne-Marie is Vice Chair of the Workforce and OD Committee.

Executive Directors

The executive directors represent the interests of both the Trust services as well as the strategies, which help the Trust to achieve its organisational goals and objectives. Executive Directors have voting rights on the Trust board.

Angela McNab

Angela McNab

Chief Executive BSc, MSc

Angela was appointed on 1 April 2012. Angela joined us from NHS Luton and NHS Bedfordshire where she was Chief Executive and has an excellent career history which includes roles as Chief Executive of Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority, Director of Public Health – Delivery and Performance at Department of Health and Director of Healthcare for Ministry of Defence. Angela began her career as a Speech and Language therapist and has a key commitment to clinical leadership and staff engagement. She has an executive coaching qualification and a real interest in organisational culture. She is keen to lead the Trust towards becoming more innovative, culturally strong and always learning.

Malcolm McFrederick

Malcolm McFrederick

Director of Operations MA (Cantab), MA (Cranfield), MIHM

Malcolm joined the Trust in March 2014. He has worked for the last 12 years in health, both in private and public organisations at director level, leading operations and transformation. His most recent experience has been with the private sector based in London and acute NHS health providers in the East of England.

Pippa Barber

Pippa Barber

Executive Director of Nursing and Governance R.N. Bcs (Hons) Health Service Management, BSc (Hons) Psychology, Post Graduate Diploma Health Policy

Appointed in April 2011, Pippa qualified as a Nurse at the Middlesex Hospital London. She has held a range of clinical posts both in acute and community settings before taking up management posts. Pippa has worked as a Deputy Director of Nursing in an Acute and Community Trust and as a Director of Clinical Performance and Executive Nurse within the Community Services and Primary Care and Commissioning.

For the past four years Pippa has been with KMPT, she has provided Board leadership to nursing services, is the Executive Lead for the Integrated Audit and Risk Committee, as well as providing joint Executive Lead support for Quality Committee. She is also the Board lead for infection control, safeguarding and range of other quality and patient experience areas.

Catherine Kinane

Dr Catherine Kinane

Executive Medical Director MB BCh BAO Dip Obs DCH MSc MRCGP MRCPsych Dip FMH. CCT GA and For Psychiatry

Catherine Kinane is the Executive Medical Director for KMPT, having been appointed in March 2014. Prior to this she worked as a Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist for the Trust, having trained in London in Forensic and General Adult Psychiatry and previously as a General Practitioner.

Quality improvement is at the heart of Dr Kinane’s work, and putting the patient at the centre of everything, with carer involvement, is her critical focus on quality within KMPT. Clinical leadership and professional development are also key and academic opportunities to progress knowledge and skills are very welcome.

Her research interests include carer involvement, carer burden, risk assessment and she is a NIHR grant holder for ComQuol, a pilot trial to assess the effect of a structure communication approach on quality of life in secure settings, which won the 2012 MHRN award for ‘Best User Involvement in a Portfolio Study’ made by SURE (Secure User Research England).

Phillip Cave

Philip Cave

Executive Director of Finance, BSc, FCMA CGMA

Philip Cave joined the Trust as Finance Director on 5 January 2015, having spent the last two years in a similar role at Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust (CPFT).

A biology graduate from the University of Sheffield, Philip joined the NHS finance training scheme in 2000. Initially working in Birmingham, he moved to London in 2003 where he worked at a PCT and various Acute and Community Trusts. In 2007, Philip was appointed as Assistant Director of Finance at University Hospital Lewisham NHS Trust before joining South London Healthcare NHS Trust as Associate Director of Finance in 2009. In 2011, he rejoined Lewisham as Deputy Director of Finance before taking up his post at CPFT in 2012.

Philip is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants.

Ivan NcConnell

Ivan McConnell

Executive Director of Commercial Development and Transformation, MA, CPFA

Ivan joined the Board in August 2013 bring a wealth of large scale transformation and business development expertise from both within the public and private sectors. Prior to joining the Trust Ivan was responsible for leading a number of high profile national and international health projects. These included national waiting time programmes, major service change programmes for urgent and emergency care and women’s services and statutory interventions. Ivan led monitors mental health service line management programme and also the development of their Board/Governor toolkit. Ivan is a qualified accountant. 

Jacolyn Fergusson

Jacolyn Fergusson

Interim Director of Human Resources

Contacting the Trust Board

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