Meet the Team
Board of AdvisorsWe are pleased to have experts and elected policymakers on our board of advisors
Clywd West MP
David has been Member of Parliament for Clwyd West since 2005. He was made Secretary of State for Wales in 2012 and held this role until 2014. David also served as Minister for the Department for Exiting the European Union in 2016.
Dr James Davies
NHS GP and MP for Vale of Clwyd
James studied medicine at Cambridge University and after graduation he returned to the Vale of Clwyd to begin his junior doctor training at Ysbyty Glan Clwyd, Bodelwyddan. He subsequently became a General Practitioner in the NHS and a clinical champion for dementia. James was elected as MP for Vale of Clwyd from 2015-2017 and relected in 2019 as the MP for Vale of Clwyd.
MP for Wrexham
In December 2019 Sarah Atherton was elected to represent Wrexham, becoming the first Conservative to represent the constituency since its creation in 1918. Since then she has become PPS for the Wales Office. Prior to her involvement with politics, Sarah trained and served as a nurse at Wrexham Maelor Hospital, before progressing to become a District Nurse. Sarah later trained as a social worker specialising in older people and mental health.
Professor Patrick Minford
Professor of Applied Economics, Cardiff University
Patrick is a British macroeconomist and Professor of Applied Economics at Cardiff Business School, Cardiff University.
Political and Animal Welfare Campaigner
Monima spent 27 years working in the financial markets sector, where she worked in both London and Hong Kong for major international financial institutions such as JP Morgan. Now residing in West Wales, Monima is a keen political and animal welfare campaigner.
Bay of Colwyn Councillor
Adrian Mason has been in legal education since 1999 previously having enjoyed a successful period as a senior manager in industry. Adrian, who specialises in constitutional affairs and litigation, is a frequent contributor to legal journals. He also acts as a reviewer for the Nursing and Midwifery Council and sits on the Lay Committee of the Royal College of Anaesthetists, holding a position on the Welsh Board.
Former MEP for Wales
Nathan has been campaigning to leave the European Union since 2004 and has stood in various local and national elections. He was first elected as MEP for Wales in 2014 and was successfully re-elected in 2019.
Nathan played a prominent role in the Vote Leave campaign in Wales, working with cross-party groups to secure Brexit.