Come and join the VC, Professor James Tooley, in conversation with Hattie Llewelyn-Davies OBE, by the fire in Ondaatje Hall.
Hattie Llewelyn-Davis, OBE
Hattie Llewelyn-Davis began her career working with homeless people and those sleeping rough. She firmly believes everyone has a right to have a home. Hattie is well known within the housing sector and was awarded an OBE for services to homeless people in 2004. She chairs the Colne Housing Society and is on the board of Your MK, an organisation set up to regenerate council housing in Milton Keynes.
Since March 2014, Hattie has been Chair of Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust and in September 2021, she took up a new appointment as Chair for the Princess Alexandra Health Trust. Prior to that, Hattie chaired Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust, a mental health and learning disabilities trust which provides services across the eastern region.
Hattie has two children from her marriage to Chris Holmes, former director of Shelter. They met in the early 80s when she was running the Piccadilly advice centre for homeless young people.