Lord Stevens of Kirkwhelpington - Chairman
Lord Stevens joined Monitor Quest after retiring as Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police in 2005. He has conducted major inquiries into security breaches in Northern Ireland, the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, and Premier League football transfers. He has established a reputation for thoroughness and independence.
Lloyd Dorfman - Deputy Chairman
Lloyd Dorfman is widely recognised for his entrepreneurial spirit and experience in successfully managing the growth of the Travelex Group. In addition to his role with Monitor Quest, Lloyd Dorfman is a non-Executive Director of M&C Saatchi plc, a Governor of St Paul's School, a Patron and Deputy Chairman of The Prince's Trust Development Board, a Chairman of the London Region of the Prince's Trust, and an Honorary Fellow of St Peter's College, Oxford.
Sir Harry Solomon
Sir Harry, founder of Hillsdown Holdings plc, has been involved in Monitor Quest since 1999 and provides direction and strategic advice to the Board. He qualified and practised as a solicitor, and is currently a director of several companies both within the UK and abroad providing commercial expertise at the highest level.
David Altschuler qualified as a Chartered Accountant in South Africa and joined Marks & Spencer plc as Group Treasurer in 1977. In the early 1980s he co-founded National Leasing & Finance and went on to establish the Unibio private equity group in the 1990s. David Altschuler has extensive experience in initiating and managing charity projects. He was founding Chairman of the charity Refusenik and co-founded The One to One Children's Fund with Rita Eker MBE. He is also a trustee of Nicro UK Trust and Trustee of the National Family & Parenting Institute.
The Advisory Board provides top level expertise to support Monitor Quest in developing and delivering its services. Its members are leaders in their respective fields and provide independent advice to the Board.