Legacy Youth Zone Board
Nick Sleep (Chair)
Nick grew up in Berkshire and Hampshire before moving to South London where he has lived with his wife and three daughters for 20 years. In 2001 he founded and ran an investment partnership which provided long-term backing for a small number of promising companies.
In 2014, Nick and his wife founded a charitable foundation which now supports OnSide.
Anne-Marie Headley is Strategic HR Business Partner at Uber, Northern and Eastern Europe. She has close to two decades ‘ experience in the IT industry and specialises in transforming Fortune 500 companies, scaling growth companies and building high-performance cultures. Her previous role was at Cisco Systems, where she was part of the leadership team of the Service Provider Applications and Platform Group which generated revenues in excess of $1 billion.
At Uber Anne-Marie is responsible for organisational development, workplace culture and employee experience. She is a Trustee of Reedham Children’s Trust, Trustee of The Legacy OnSide Youth Zone, a Group Mentor at the Aleto Foundation and Founder of Toastmasters International for Cass Business School in London.
In 2018 she won the national 2018 STEM Leader of the Year award at the Black British Business Awards.
Daisy Dunlop is Director of Communications at News UK, publisher of The Sun, The Times and The Sunday Times and owner of the Wireless Group whose radio stations include talkSPORT and Virgin. She has been with the company since 2001 and spent 3 years in New York working for parent company News Corp. Daisy leads the News Academy which inspires young people to work in journalism and she set up The Times media literacy programme for secondary schools, which promotes a better understanding of journalism so teenagers are equipped to spot fake news.
Daisy is a member of the advisory board for the Marie Colvin Center for International Reporting at Stony Brook University which aims to grow the next generation of overseas reporters and was set up in memory of the The Sunday Times’ foreign reporter Marie Colvin.
She is a graduate of University College London, with BA Hons in Italian and Business.
Jamie joined OnSide in March 2017 having worked previously with local councils in London delivering major projects and programmes including building new schools, libraries and other community facilities.
Jamie’s role in OnSide is to oversee the delivery of all new Youth Zones in the southern half of the country, developing key relationships with local business leaders, local councils, other public and voluntary sector bodies.
Rupa is an Executive Director of Day Lewis Plc, a family owned national pharmacy chain. Day Lewis Plc was founded by her late father, Kirit Patel MBE & JC Patel and currently has 300 pharmacies across the UK. Their head office has been based in Croydon for over 40 years. Rupa originally trained as a dentist and subsequently holds an MBA and Masters in Property Valuation and Law. She is the custodian for the people, values and culture at Day Lewis and maintains a particular focus on Learning and Development, HR and Property investment. In her spare time Rupa likes to travel and is training for her Helicopter Private Pilot’s Licence.
Shelley Davies is the Interim Director of Education and Youth Engagement at Croydon Council.
Damian Morris is a solicitor, who in a 20 + year career has specialised as an in-house counsel in the Financial Services sector. Having held senior roles at Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lynch and Credit Suisse, he was most recently ICAP PLC’s General Counsel for EMEA and APAC. He was included on Legal Business’ GC Power List in 2016, as well as receiving team and personal nominations at the British Legal Awards that same year. In April 2018, he co-founded a four partner firm, Chancery Advisors Limited, to service the hedge fund industry.