OXPIP Trustees

Adrian Carey

Adrian Carey has a business background predominantly in the services sector.  He has served on the Boards of Directors for over 30 years as Chair, NED, CEO and FD for private, public and listed businesses. Adrian is also a dedicated family man, has two grown up married children with two grandchildren that he is lucky enough to see regularly and can’t see enough of, and with one more on the way.  

Chair of Trustees

Rob Kenny

Rob is a founding partner in a strategy and policy consultancy serving the media and telecoms sectors. Previously he headed strategy and mergers & acquisitions for various large telecoms companies in Hong Kong and the US. He has also served on the boards of several start-up companies. Rob joins the Trustee team as our new treasurer! As an adoptive parent, OXPIP's work on attachment is close to his heart.


Anne Burns

Anne has worked with OXPIP since the year 2000, firstly as a clinician and latterly as a trustee and is passionate about the work of parent-infant psychotherapy. She also has a small private psychotherapy practice and is married with two grown daughters. 

Clinical Trustee

Anne Willcocks CBE

Anne worked in central Government in policy roles related to competition, financial services, trade, consumer and better regulation issues.  She was External Affairs Director of the Insolvency Service. She led teams taking major Bills through Parliament such as the Companies Act 2006 and the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013. She staffs every year on Forest School Camps, an outdoor educational charity. She has lived in Oxford for over twenty years and has two children and three grandchildren.

Fiona Steel

Fiona started her career as a management consultant before moving into non-profit management, running her own business and then trained as a Social Worker. Fiona currently works at Good Food Oxford to promote healthy and sustainable food systems and food access for everyone in Oxford. As a mum of three she is acutely aware of the challenges faced by every new family and is passionate about the importance strong bonds as the foundation of healthy relationships throughout life.  


Kathy Peto

Kathy has been working in the field of parenting education and family support in Oxfordshire for the last 22 years, as a practitioner, trainer, manager and supervisor within both the statutory and voluntary sectors. Having worked alongside Oxpip from its earliest days, she has seen both the powerful effect of its work on many families and also its growing impact, through training and partnership work, on the understanding of attachment in the wider workforce.

Liz Willmott

Liz has a long standing connection with OXPIP through being friends with one of the founders and has followed its work for many years. Liz discovered she shared an interest in the charity with a friend who is also a trustee and upon finding out that OXPIP was looking for a new Treasurer, led to her appointment in October 2016. Liz did a brilliant job as Treasurer for a couple of years, during a particularly difficult time for OXPIP. Liz qualified as a Chartered Accountant before moving to run the Chairman's Office at Deloittes.  She then moved to work for Invesco Perpetual in Henley in the Marketing team.  A long career break and a move to Oxford followed. 

Nick Best

Nick is an Ex- NHS consultant in Perinatal Psychiatry with the mother and baby unit in Winchester. Retired but still working in NHS and on the executive of the Perinatal Faculty of the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

Clinical Trustee

Shamus Donald

Shamus worked in the newspaper industry for most of his career and ran a newspaper business in Oxfordshire and Wiltshire in recent years. He is particularly interested in supporting children’s charities and has been involved in several voluntary roles, most notably with the Oxford Children’s Hospital.  Shamus and his wife, Anne, have three children and two grandchildren

Susanna Graham-Jones

Susanna taught family medicine to medical students in Liverpool and in Oxford, after running a mother-and-child clinic in Nepal for Save The Children. Susanna recently retired after 20 years as a GP in West Oxfordshire. Together with the primary care team, Susanna's GP surgery were able to host an OXPIP therapist at their clinic in Witney (West Oxfordshire Rural Outreach Project), which made complete sense to have everyone working under the same roof, to protect vulnerable families.

Clinical Trustee

Please reload

© 2019 OXPIP
Registered Charity 1109956
Registered Company 5410167

Read our Privacy Notice here

  • Facebook Social Icon
  • Twitter Social Icon
amazon smile logo.png