Ian has more than 25 years' experience of high profile leadership roles in the voluntary, health, local government, housing, and social care sectors, in both executive and non-executive roles. Involved in YMCA for over 25 years, including as Chief Executive of YMCA England, he was on the executive staff team of the World Alliance of YMCAs located in Geneva.
For over 20 years Ian held a number of positions of public office in the London Borough of Ealing: as an elected member of the council; Cabinet Member for Adult Social Services and Housing; and as Mayor. He has also held a number of non-executive roles in the NHS.
For five years Ian was Chair of Ealing Hospital NHS Trust. He was until recently a member of the board of West Hampshire Clinical Commissioning Group, the body responsible for commissioning health services for a population of over 500,000.
Dr Michael Brady
Dr Brady joined Terrence Higgins Trust as a Trustee in 2004 and became the organisation's first Medical Director in 2007. Michael is a sexual health and HIV consultant at King's College Hospital, where he is the clinical lead for sexual health services.
Michael is the clinical lead of the South East London Sexual Health Network and also chairs their training partnership. Michael has also worked on specific projects in an advisory capacity for BHIVA, BASHH, the RCP, NHS England and the Department of Health.
Executive Director of Communications
Dominic Edwardes joined the charity’s marketing team in 1999. Since then he has been responsible for the development of the Terrence Higgins Trust brand, has worked on over 30 behaviour change campaigns and led development of the charity's digital presence.
Dominic has a strong commitment to providing evidence-based, user-tested health and social care information. He was Co-Chair of the Executive Council of The Information Standard from 2012 to 2015 and Chair of the Advisory Board from 2015 to 2017.
Prior to joining the charity, he worked in academic publishing on a wide range of humanities and social science subjects.