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Nicola Brentnall MVO


Nicola joined The Queen’s Trust in January 2012. Her role is to design, implement and oversee the spend-down programme and the overall work of the Trust.

Nicola is also a Trustee of Beat (a nationwide charity supporting people affected by eating disorders).  Prior to joining The Queen’s Trust, she worked as a strategy and governance consultant to The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Foundation and for The Prince’s Trust, as Company Secretary. A qualified Chartered Secretary, she has an MSc in Corporate Governance and Ethics, and a degree in The History of Art.

Nicola was awarded an MVO in 2015.

Anne Threlkeld

Grants and Administration Manager

Anne joined The Queen’s Trust in October 2012. She manages the office systems, the website and social media, and general enquiries to The Trust.

Previously Anne worked as Operations Manager for The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Foundation, and as Partnerships Project Manager at the UK Film Council. Anne has an MA in Film Studies and a degree in English Literature.

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