Frank joined St Peter’s Hospice as Chief Executive in August 2019. He enjoyed a full career in the Royal Engineers, including 12 years working in the 'business-side' of Defence. Frank was awarded the Queen's Commendation for Valuable Service for his contribution to the Northern Ireland peace process. His final role was Managing Director of the Defence training estate covering the whole of the UK and the overseas bases. Before joining St Peter's Hospice, Frank was the Operations Director for Clifton College and published a book on Real Leadership.
In his spare time, Frank volunteers with the Bristol Army Cadet Force, supports Bristol Bears rugby and is a third generation Chelsea FC supporter.
Fran joined St Peter’s as Finance Director in July 2016. She moved from Help for Heroes, a large national charity. Fran is a fully qualified chartered accountant with over 22 years’ experience. She has been in the charity sector for 12 years operating as part of senior management teams as well as a Trustee. Her training with KPMG and subsequent roles on Global acquisitions and mergers provide a solid commercial background. Fran has helped organisations reverse significant deficits, renegotiate funding contracts, successfully defend EU claims, perform strategic reviews of operations and build focused capable teams.
In her spare time Fran enjoys the outdoors, cooking and spending time with loved ones.
Jayne joined us in June 2019 as our Director of Income Generation. She came from the RNLI where she was the Head of Marketing and Media and Director of their two commercial subsidiaries. Prior to that Jayne worked for Triodos Bank, having returned to Bristol after a long career in advertising and marketing in London. Jayne thrives on putting the donor at the heart of all activities in order to provide a two way relationship between the charity and the supporter – which inevitably will lead to the Hospice being able to look after more patients, families and carers.
When not working, Jayne is a keen sailor and is out on the water most weekends. When the weather doesn’t allow her to be on the water she loves cooking for friends and family.
Dr Anjali Mullick
Anjali graduated from University of Wales College of Medicine in 2000. She pursued Specialist training in Palliative Medicine in South London, and became a Consultant in Palliative and subsequently Clinical Lead of St Joseph's Hospice in East London. She has special interests in the delivery of advanced communication skills training for other health professionals and also in the care of patients with progressive neurological conditions.
Anjali joined the Hospice as Medical Director in 2015, and has the responsibility of managing the medical team, along with the physiotherapy, occupational therapy and pharmacy services.
Chris qualified as a Registered Nurse in 1988, having trained with the Bristol and Weston School of Nursing. Since then Chris has spent most of her career working in palliative care, the majority with St Peter’s Hospice. This has involved working in the Inpatient Unit as a Team Leader, as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in the Community, a Macmillan Nurse in a General Hospital and a Day Services Manager. She is also a trained and qualified teacher and has worked as a teacher of palliative care for 3 years.
Chris is an Honorary Associate of the Foundation of Nursing Studies and has a particular interest in person centred cultures of care. Chris became St Peter’s Hospice Director of Patient Care and a member of the senior management team in 2015, leading all patient care departments to deliver safe high quality services to patients.