supporting young people fulfil their potential


The Emma Campbell Trust is a registered charity (number 1165595). Our Board of Trustees comprises a diverse range of individuals who are all committed to delivering on the aims of the Trust – namely to support young people to fulfil their potential. You can contact us here.

Sally Le Clerc

Chair of the Board

Sally Le Clerc is the founder of the Emma Campbell Trust and Chair of the Board of Trustees. With experience of working for Marks and Spencer as a Senior Buyer, a start up mail order company and then re-training as a Psychotherapist working in the NHS with young people and adults brings a wealth of experience to this role.

Robert Le Clerc


Robert Le Clerc formally Property Director of a PLC company and Advisor to the Confederation of British Industry has been a Trustee since the inception of the Emma Campbell Trust and has experience as Treasurer of the Round Table working with local charities.

Dr Catherine Campbell


Having worked with many disadvantaged young people in her role as a psychologist in NHS settings including prisons, Catherine firmly believes that when time is spent encouraging and supporting the young people in the areas they are either already skilled in, or may need some extra support to develop their skills further, the rewards are plentiful for everyone involved allowing the young person to grow in confidence. Supporting The Trust therefore fits with her values and she gains enjoyment from liaising with charities already supporting young people.

Kimberley Ashman


Kimberley has worn many hats in her life so far, figuratively and physically. Actress, remote assistant, events manager, magazine editor & audition tutor. The last in particular fuelled her passion for helping young people with potential achieve their goals in a highly competitive field. For a charity that wants to work with young people it’s great to have young trustees who are not long past the ages of those we hope to help. Kimberley helps promote social media and more technical aspects of the charity, hoping to inspire other young peers of hers to give back to other young people less fortunate.

Dr Romi Ran


Romi is a Charted Clinical Psychologist, who has worked in the NHS and in private practice in the UK and the US. Her main interest is helping individuals find value in themselves and within their lives. She helps individuals increase their life satisfaction by focusing on their overall well-being and self-care, and by offering them practical strategies. Romi is delighted to help The Emma Campbell Trust pursue its mission to support young people fulfill their potential.