Our Board

David Boul

Trustee (Treasurer)

After training in natural sciences David pursued a commercial career, largely with Shell.  Since then he has worked with a range of organisations in non-executive roles.  He chairs Mutiny Technology and is a trustee of charities working with the poor and disadvantaged.  David is married to Sue and between them they have five grown-up children and eleven grandchildren.

Ashley Collishaw


Ashley joined the board of Worth Unlimited in 2017 and is the lead pastor at Cheltenham Network Church (CNC). Originally from Nottingham, Ashley trained as a professional actor at the RSAMD in Glasgow and worked in theatre for a decade. After working for St Mary’s Bryanston Square in London he trained to become a vicar at Wycliffe Hall in Oxford and completed his curacy at All Saints Worcester.

Graham Duncan

Trustee (Chair)

Having spent 18 years working in, and with, charities, Graham now works as a charity consultant. Until recently he was CEO of a charity supporting young disabled people to find, and keep, paid work. He has been a trustee of a number of charities including Anti Slavery International and, most recently, Barnet and Southgate College where he was Vice Chair.

Rachel Lampard

Trustee (Vice Chair)

Rachel works for the Methodist Church in Britain, seeking to help Christians speak and act on issues of justice and peace.  She also has a background in gambling regulation and has been a trustee of a number of charities.  She has three very children who love cycling and walking, and she tries to keep up with them.

Annika Mathews


Annika is currently living in Suffolk, working as a copy editor. Previously, she interned with churches, a school chaplaincy charity & taught English abroad. Her studies were in Classics & Archaeology.  She loves animals, walking, travelling plus seeing friends & family. Annika’s on the Churches Together England Enabling Group & the Church of England Anti-Racism Taskforce group. She was also a Youth Council rep on General Synod. 

Malcolm Smith


Having worked in youth focussed charities for 18 years Malcolm is now the MD of Youthworx Ltd, supporting charities development & providing wellbeing services to small business and individuals.  Malcolm was first involved with Worth as a volunteer at University, before going on to work for YFC & YMCA during which time completed PG Diplomas in Youth Work & Management Studies. 

Sara Taylor


Working for the youth organisation Urban Saints, Sara seeks to source, train & support volunteer teams to advocate for & journey with young people. Previously studying Informal Education, Community Development & Psychological Well-being, she is currently completing a PhD. A mother of two boys, she loves family time, movies & nature. In her spare time, Sara volunteers as an editor for Youth & Policy Journal & Grove Books. 

Mark Watson


Mark joined the board of trustees when Worth Unlimited merged with Dare2.  He has a proven track record of growing numerous companies into hundred million dollar businesses.