Three new trustees announced for major Milton Keynes charity

Three new board members have been announced at this prominent charity.

Monday, 19th April 2021, 2:56 pm
Updated Monday, 19th April 2021, 2:58 pm

Milton Keynes Community Foundation is delighted to welcome Dr Devdeep Ahuja, Jason Sinclair and Precious Lwanga to their board.

Co-founder and clinical director of RTW Plus Ltd, Devdeep Ahuja is a physiotherapist by background. He worked in both India and the UK as a clinical physiotherapist before transitioning to case management services.

After working in one of the largest rehabilitation companies in the UK, first as a case manager and then as a clinical lead, Devdeep gained hands on experience of undertaking detailed needs assessments and developing and implementing rehabilitation plans. He has won multiple awards from CSP, VRA and other industry bodies for

Dr Devdeep Ahuja

his research and practice.

Jason Sinclair is an experienced executive director with over 20 years in strategic executive and operational posts, including higher education, corporate business and SME’s. During this time, Jason has supported executive boards, providing Governance and strategic advisory support.

Jason has had vast experience in developing and delivering strategies and programmes from the ground up, with his remit involving having responsibility over talent, learning and organisational development, professional development, employability and equality, diversity and inclusion.

Experienced professional and executive, Precious Lwanga, has 20 years' experience delivering high value projects and programmes across retail, commercial, residential and infrastructure sectors. Precious is CEO of Perspectif Ltd, a PR communications and content agency and partner at Queensbury Consulting a management consultancy firm. Precious is a mentor with the Aleto Foundation, whose purpose is to celebrate success and support future leaders.

Jason Sinclair

Ian Revell, CEO at MK Community Foundation, said “We welcome our three new Trustees with open arms and with confidence that they will add to the professionalism, talent and diversity of our Board, supporting us on our mission for a fairer Milton Keynes and enabling us to further support our community.”

Precious Lwanga