Improving Practice Lead
Youth Board Facilitator
Membership and Finance lead
Chair of Trustees
With a 20 year senior career in London’s Financial Services Sector, I am now an elected Member of the City of London Corporation involved in a broad range of youth and education priorities. I am passionate about ensuring that young people have every opportunity to be the best that they possibly can.
We are very aware that this is a time of considerable change for young people and the youth sector. As Chair of the Board of Trustees my aim is clear – to support Partnership for Young London in its commitment to respond to, and provide leadership in support of the interests and wellbeing of all of London’s young people.
Chair of Staffing and Resources Sub Group
Skills & Expertise
Tom has been a Governor and Chair of Governors at a primary school, a secondary school and, most recently at a very large Further Education college, all in London. Tom has also been Chair and CEO of a multi-million pound public company. Tom has also been a Magistrate for 15 years, sitting on the North London Bench, in both the adult and youth courts. Tom is now working for the London Youth Offending Service.
Specialist Focus at PYL
Chair of the Board of Trustees’ Staffing & Resources Committee.
Rationale for being on the PYL board
A 35-year involvement in, and an ongoing commitment to all aspects of education and training in London.
Natasha Lloyd- Owen
Youth Engagement Lead
Skills & Expertise
Barrister specialising in criminal defence. Lecturer and trained community mediator.
Specialist focus at Partnership for Young London
Rational for being on the PYL Board
I sit on the Board as the lead councillor for Young People on the City of London Corporation’s Children and Community Services committee. Partnership for Young London is an organisation that works with young people as well as for them. It’s a collaboration; and I feel very lucky to get to play a small part within it.
Designated Safeguarding Lead