The Team

Richard Griffiths

Richard is a private investor and has invested in, bought and sold businesses in a number of sectors including Telecoms, retail (online and offline), property, ‘F&B’, commodities, wastewater treatment, music publishing, insurance, technology, natural resources and automotive. Many of these businesses have successfully listed in London and Richard maintains deep relationships with banks, institutions, brokers and market makers in London.

Having invested in a number of ventures in Africa Richard has witnessed the plight of villagers struggling for the basic necessities of life. This has inspired him to help these communities in any way possible .

In 2005 Richard undertook expeditions to both the North and the South Poles in an attempt to raise awareness of the effects of climate change.

Euan Imrie

Euan is the Chief Operating Officer at Charities Trust the national Payroll Giving Agency and donations management organisation. As a qualified accountant he had a lengthy business career with spells at PWC and latterly as Group Finance Director at Littlewoods. In recent years he has plied his trade in the not for profit sector, in education and in the Third Sector. Currently he Chairs the Learning Trust a Chester based Multi-Academy Trust and is Vice-Chair at the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation.

Jane Cozens

Jane is a qualified commercial disputes lawyer and a people development specialist with over a decade of experience in this area. Jane was until recently Head of People Development in a large international City law firm.

Jane believes building strong relationships is the foundation of everything she does both professionally and personally. She has a keen interest in helping people develop and fulfil their potential and supporting people to achieve their goals. This has lead to her involvement with many charitable initiatives.

Jane worked with an international charity organisation in Russia for three years helping raise funds for numerous charitable projects such as the Street Children programme and female prisoners rights campaigns. On her return to the UK she began working with ChildLine and for the last 12 years has been heavily involved with this charity. Through her work with corporate sponsors she has helped raise substantial amounts of money for ChildLine (most notably £1,000,000 at one event).

Jane is also a passionate advocate for pro bono initiatives and was a supervising solicitor for a legal advice centre as well as being a Tribunal advocate for unrepresented litigants. Jane also worked with the Prison Advisory Service assisting prisoners with their legal issues. She is a director and co- founder of Street Lawyer Ltd a company that helps people by providing free legal advice.