Ambassadors A - Z: J-M
Linda Jack is former Youth Policy Advisor at the Money Advice Service on the Financial Capability Strategy and leads on the work to reach young people.
Marion Janner is the Director of Bright, a social marketing charity that runs the Star Wards project. The project works with mental health trusts to improve the experiences of inpatients.
James Jones became the Bishop of Liverpool in 1998 having been the Bishop of Hull since 1994. He is a member of the House of Lords and Bishop for Prisons.
Pat Jones is former Director of the Prisoners Education Trust, a UK charity which funds over 2000 prisoners each year to take distance learning and other training courses.
The Right Honorable Lord Frank Judd of Portsea recieved his peerage in 1991. Previsously, Lord Judd represented Portsmouth in the House of Commons and was Director of Oxfam.
Andy Keen-Downs is the Director of pact; the Prison Advice & Care Trust which develops initiatives and delivers services at prisons, courts, and in communities.
Helena is a leading barrister and expert in human rights law and civil liberties. She is a member of the House of Lords and Chair of the Justice.
Amir Khan is a boxer and outside the ring he is involved in community work and has opened his own boxing club, Gloves Gym to help keep young people off the streets.
Javed Khan is Chief Executive of Victim Support, a national charity for victims of crime. Javed was also on the panel at the Community or Custody, National Commission of Enquiry.
Martha is a British e-commerce business woman, charity trustee and board member of Channel 4 and M&S. She is an advocate of women’s rights, human rights and social justice.
Gary is Community Services Director for CHS group. He was previously Chief Executive of Sanctuary Carr-Gomm, a national charity providing support and housing.
Eilís Lawlor is a Director of Just Economics, a company that uses interdisciplinary research techniques to address economic injustice and achieve progressive and sustainable change. Prior to founding the company she worked for the new economics foundation (nef).
Thomas Lawson has recently taken up the post of Chief Executive at Leap Confronting Conflict, a charity that works with young people to combat gang violence, hostility in schools and community conflict.
Neal is the Chair of the pressure group Compass, an umbrella group of the progressive left who promote greater democracy, equality and sustainability.
John Leech entered Parliament in 2005 when he was elected to represent Manchester Withington constituency and was re-elected to serve his constituents again in 2010.
Baroness Linklater is one of the founders of the Butler Trust and is Patron of the National Family and Parenting Institute, Action for Prisoners’ Families and the Probation Boards Association.
Ian Loader is Professor of Criminology and Director of the Centre for Criminology, and a Professorial Fellow of All Souls College.
Barry is Reader in Criminal Justice Administration at the Centre for Criminal Justice Studies Portsmouth. Barry is a member of the British Criminological Society and of the All Party Parliamentary Police Group.
Humfrey Malins was Conservative Member of Parliament for Woking and stepped down in 2010. With his legal experience he remains one of Parliaments experts in criminal justice.
Clive Martin is the Director of Clinks, a charity supporting voluntary organisations working with offenders and their families.
In 2004 Michael established Blue Sky Development & Regeneration. The organisation was set up to give paid work to people coming out of prison.
Paul is Chief Executive Nacro which aims to reduce crime by changing offenders lives. They work with offenders to help them participate positively in society.
Kevin McGrath MRICS is Senior Advisor to F&C REIT Asset Management and Chair of The McGrath Charitable Trust. Kevin sat as a Commissioner on the Commission into English Prisons Today.
Eoin McLennan Murray was elected President of the Prison Governors Association in 2010. Prior to this Eoin was Governor of HMP Blantyre House, a resettlement prison in Kent.
Rod Morgan is Professor of Criminal Justice at the University of Bristol. He has also been Chairman of the Youth Justice Board and HM Chief Inspector of the Probation Service.
Andrew is an independent public policy professional who advises on issues related to crime.
Leslie Morphy is Chief Executive of Crisis, the national charity for single homeless people. Her career before joining Crisis was largely in the not-for-profit sector.
Joyce Moseley was formally Chief Executive of Catch22 and is now Chair of the T2A Alliance (Transition to Adulthood).
Geoff Mulgan is Chief Executive of National Endowment for Science Technology and the Arts (NESTA). Previously Geoff was director of the Young Foundation.
Jonathan is the author of two novels, Noise and Your Father. He has previously taught at Bournemouth University, for the Arvon Foundation and for The Writer’s Practice.