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David Cheesman was a founding Member of the WLT and also served as a governor at Aragon for many years prior.  David has a background in public policy in Central Government and has experience of managing large projects, budgets, staff teams, performance management and over 20 years’ experience as a school governor.
Robert Frogley was also a founding Member of the WLT.  Robert has a background in finance, working for various financial institutions as a financial advisor, advising on investments, insurance, pensions and mortgages.   He is a voluntary member of a number of groups concerned with health and wellbeing, particularly relating to cancer patients and survivors
Janet Driels joined the WLT Members in July 2019.  Janet served as a local governor at Stanley Park High School for 10 years and was also a member of the Admissions Appeal Panels at Glenthorne High School between 2015 and 2018.  In additional to school governance experience, Janet has a background in information management law and policy, working for the Local Authority, DOE and Highways Agency.
Sue Stears joined the WLT Members in November 2019.  Sue has lived in the borough for 43 years and has a background in local government as a councillor for 24 years.  Sue also held the office of Mayor of Sutton in 1999/2000 and Deputy Mayor in 2013/2014.  Sue previously worked at St Helier hospital on the Haemodialysis unit and in addition to being an WLT Member,  is the Chair of the Riverside Community Association in Carshalton.
Jan Wright was a founding Member of the WLT and also serves as a Trustee. She has extensive experience in school and charity governance, serving as a Community Governor at Glenthorne High School for 10 years prior to the creation of the WLT and currently also as a Trustee of local children's charity Jigsaw4u. Her background in central government  includes experience of employment policy and law and Jan currently chairs the Trust Personnel Committee.