Member, Chair of Trustees
Andy was elected Chair of the SEAX Trust Board in October of 2018, having previously served as Vice-Chair. Andy has a long connection with Thriftwood School and is the father of an adult daughter with learning difficulties. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Leeds University, is a Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute and an Associate of the Institute of Financial Services.
Andy is an experienced leader with a strong track record in managing multi-million pound businesses at MD level and currently runs his own management consultancy practice. Past roles include Head of Marketing in NatWest’s corporate bank, Head of Online Strategy for Royal Bank of Scotland, and Transaction Banking MD at VocaLink with responsibility for the Bacs and Faster Payments services. He was formerly a director of Bacs Ltd and a member of many banking industry committees.
Andy is also Vice Chair of governors at Mayflower School in Billericay. He is Chair of Basildon Borough Citizens Advice Bureau, a director of Essex Citizens Advice and Chair of Rotary's International Committee at County level.
Stan Keller holds a number of positions in the voluntary sector besides being a Member of Seax. He is Chairman of the Chelmsford Jewish Community, Vice-Chairman of the Essex Faith Covenant, Trustee of Jewish Joint Burial Society, sits on the Independent Advisory Group of Chelmsford & Maldon Police, member of Essex Police Stop & Search Review Panel, Chairman of Great Baddow Bowling Club and although he has stepped back he still holds various roles in Rotary.
Stan describes himself as semi-retired from his graphic design and printing business, a Millwall season ticket holder but above all, he loves to spend time with his eleven grandchildren.
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Kathryn Herlock has lived in Essex for over 30 years. She has a wealth of educational experience from working in a range of schools, for over 40 years and has a master's degree in Educational Studies. She is currently an independent education consultant, working closely with schools and governing bodies. Throughout the pandemic, Kathryn has continued to engage with school leaders to help them to develop and improve their schools. Kathryn has two children and a grandchild who all live overseas. She loves to travel and has undertaken several expeditions, including trekking and volunteering in Tanzania, Costa Rica, Cambodia and Vietnam. She is a member of Rotary International and is an active fundraiser.