Chair: Adrian Bunnis
Adrian Bunnis is chairman of Greycoat, a property development company. He specialises in the commercial real estate market in central London and has been involved in the assembly of sites for a number of high-profile City of London commercial schemes.
Vice Chair: Ann Ball
Ann Ball has worked in social housing and community regeneration for over 30 years becoming managing director of a housing association in east London and chief executive of a New Deal for Communities Programme in New Cross. More recently she has been working with housing providers supporting improvement in their operations and asset management services.
Claire Pritchard is CEO of the Greenwich Co-operative Development Agency, a social enterprise. Food has played an important part in her work, with urban growing, school food projects, community cookery clubs and street markets all featuring prominently. She currently sits on the London Food Board.
Shawn Anderson is a capital markets partner in the London office of international law firm Kirkland & Ellis LLP, where his role involves helping companies obtain debt financing for acquisitions, capital expenditures and restructurings and advising on corporate governance matters. Originally from the United States but resident in Borough for close to a decade, he worked as a newspaper reporter and editor before becoming a lawyer.
Daisy Dunlop has worked in communications and public affairs for more than 20 years. She is currently director of corporate affairs at News UK. Daisy is also a trustee of OnSide Legacy Youth Zone: a charity that provides skills training and socialising space for young people in deprived areas across the UK.
Shane Holland is executive chairman of Slow Food in the UK, part of the global organisation that campaigns for good food and farming. He is a trustee of United St Saviours, a charity with strong links to Borough, and has been a school governor in Southwark for a combined 20 years. His professional background is in food operations, involving senior roles in businesses both large and small, including food markets.
Erica Sibree has over 20 years’ experience of business development and capital markets, with a focus on the infrastructure and financial services sectors, and currently leads on capital raising and investor relations for Amber Infrastructure Group. Erica’s enthusiasm for quality produce and cooking was sparked in the local markets of Melbourne, Australia, her hometown. Since moving to London she has found continued inspiration in Borough Market’s vibrant trading environment, sense of community and focus on sustainability.
Eva George works on trade policy strategy at the Department for International Trade. She was previously clerk to the House of Lords International Relations and Defence Committee, and the Joint Committee on the National Security Strategy. She has also worked for a financial market infrastructure and as a freelance strategy consultant. She has lived in Borough since 2003 and spends an inordinate amount of time at the Market, including as a volunteer for Plan Zheroes and an enthusiastic member of the Cookbook Club.