About Us

Our Ambassadors

Ceri Evans, 1961 - 2014

From the Transformation Trust’s inception, Ceri was a huge supporter of the work of the Transformation Trust,  passionately believing in the organisation’s work to “level up” the opportunities available to children from more challenged backgrounds. He gave hours of his time in support of the team, helping make new connections and developing new programmes.  His creative spirit and determination that the Trust should succeed was ever-present, and without him, the Trust simply would not have been able to reach the hundreds of schools that we work with and the tens of thousands of children who have benefited. We owe Ceri so very much and he will be forever missed.  

Nick Prior

Nick joined Deloitte to lead the Government & Infrastructure team in December 2006, having completed a long-term secondment at the Ministry of Defence, where he formed and led the Private Finance Unit (PFU).

He has worked in the development and delivery of the UK and broader European Government procurement for a number of years and has held senior management positions in both public and private sectors.

Sarah Richardson

Sarah Richardson is the editor of Building magazine, the UK’s longest running weekly title for the construction industry and built environment, and the website Building.co.uk, which has weekly audience of 70,000. She has reported on the industry for ten years. Alongside her wider responsibilities during that time she has personally specialised in covering education building programmes; breaking stories on their funding and progress that frequently have been credited in national media, and analysing developments in the architectural design of schools.  She has authored a series of published research reports on aspects of the built environment, including UK school and university place provision, and regularly appears as a conference speaker on these issues. Her broader journalistic experience includes work for the New Statesman and arts publication Three Weeks, and she co-edited the 2014 annual report for homelessness charity CRASH. She studied English at Cambridge University.

Duncan Scott

Duncan is a Director within PricewaterhouseCoopers' Financial Services Risk and Regulation Practice, focusing on Compliance and Corporate Governance. Since joining the firm in 2002, Duncan has led a wide variety of international projects covering the strategic delivery of compliance within global banking organisations, along with the effectiveness of international banking governance structures. He is also a Chartered Financial Analyst Charterholder.