Management Team

Trudi Benjamin, Managing Director

Law student Trudi began campaigning for Jeremy in 2010 whilst living overseas, and on her return to England in 2013 she joined the campaign fully. She's a forerunner of exploiting new ways of spreading the word of Jeremy's innocence.

Yvonne Hartley, Forensic Liason

Working from home enables Yvonne to assist Jeremy directly with many research projects involving careful casework on thosands of pieces of material. Her work with forensic scientists has ensured evidence is comprehensive for the new CCRC submission.

Sarah Hanover, Founder and Admin

PhD student, Sarah has ensured organic growth of a document management system for the case material. She's been the driving force behind developing the campaign as a formal organization.

Heidi Hawkins, Social Media

With extensive secretarial and admin skills Heidi carries out proof reading, and has been responsible for raising Jeremy's social media profile. Heidi has also developed relationships with external campaigners working towards disclosure.

Philip Walker, Communications

Philip represents the team in London, and works on new projects to raise awareness of non-disclosure. His most recent focus is building relationships with members of Parliament alongside Heidi and Trudi.

Lorna Lake, Mental Health Advisor

Lorna has been a campaigner for mental health reforms in the UK for many years. She currently consults on campaign projects, with a particular strength on the Mental Health of Sheila Caffell because of her background in psychiatric healthcare.

Pat Benjamin, Company Secretary

Pat is married to fellow director Trudi and has been a company director for 16 years prior to taking this position. Pat was inspired to take on the role of director because he believes Jeremy's case is a gross miscarriage of justice.

Matt Paddock, Associate

Matt brings his experience from marketing and PR to the campaign. His involvement is diverse, and he enjoys commentry and audio.

Mike O'Brien, Associate

Wrongly convicted of murdering a Cardiff newsagent in 1988; he served 11 years in prison, seven of those with Jeremy. Mike often speaks publicly about Jeremy's innocence.