Heather Killen is a Partner at Hemisphere Capital LLP, and a former non-executive director of ITV plc. Ms. Killen has a notable track record in building new media businesses. As the Senior Vice President, International Operations at Yahoo! Inc, she presided over the growth of Yahoo!’s business outside the US from 1996 to 2001, with operations in more than a dozen countries. Ms. Killen takes an active, non-executive role at H&C, focused on long-range business development and strategic matters.
Tim Forrest was an engagement partner at Accenture for 20 years, prior to retiring in 2000. He is currently Treasurer of British Showjumping. Mr Forrest has been a director of HCTV since 2006.
Sir Roger Jones is a successful business entrepreneur and Chairman of the Committee for Wales of the National Trust, and a former Governor of the BBC and former Chairman of Welsh Development Agency. He is also a past Chairman of the Institute of Directors Wales, and a former member of the Board of the S4C Authority (the fourth channel in Wales). Sir Roger is the Pro-Chancellor and holds the Chair of Council at Swansea University. He was awarded an OBE in 1996 for his services to the pharmaceutical industry and was knighted in the 2005 New Year Honours list.
Ms Dillingham’s accomplishments include a term as Chairman of British Dressage from 1997 to 2007, and the Presidency of the BHS from 2007 to 2011. She continues to serve as Vice President of British Dressage. She is also a Trustee for the BEFF (British Equestrian Fed Fund), Founder Chairman of Supporters of British Breeding, a Yoeman of the Worshipful company of Saddlers and Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Farriers, a Member of the Olympia Committee since 2005 and Chairman of the Animal Health Trust Equestrian Awards since 2003. Ms Dillingham has also served as Chairman of the Supporters of British Dressage from 1990 to 1996, was a Member of the British Olympic Equestrian Fund from 1984 to 2000, and was a sponsor of Jennie Loriston Clarke from 1984 to 1999. She has an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Essex, Writtle College, and was awarded an MBE for services to the equestrian sector in 2009.