TUF Warrior - 2020 Mentor Bios

From 2020 the TUF Warrior programme will include the opportunity for TUF Warriors to choose a mentor.  The mentors have kindly donated their time to this programme and include both urologists and non-urologists.

Click here to download the TUF Guide to Mentoring

For queries email warrior@tuf.org.uk

UROLOGISTS

Adrian D Joyce

A Trustee of TUF, I have had a very fortunate career entering Urology at a time of major change with the introduction of minimally invasive stone surgery and was the Senior Registrar on the team undertaking the first laparoscopic nephrectomy in the UK. Not surprisingly, this led me to a career in Endourology and Laparoscopy.

My research interests have focused on the management and research of Renal Cell Cancer and Urinary Stone disease but latterly on issues relating to Training and the provision of Urological Services.

Previously Secretary, then President of BAUS from 2010 to 2014. Although active both nationally and internationally in Endourology and Laparoscopy, I have never lost touch with my clinical roots, the importance of teamwork and support in the workplace. Now retired from urological practice I have maintained my commitment to Education and Training. Currently, I am the Director of Education for the Endourological Society (USA) introducing Global Hands on Training courses and recently our webinar programme “Masterclass in Endourology & Robotics.

Skills – This career has given me a very broad base of experience and understanding of issues facing the trainees, I feel I can offer general support together with a constructive contribution in areas related to training and career options.

Interests – After years of commitment, I now relish the option to explore alternative avenues including the freedom of the outdoors be it skiing in the winter or walking in the high hills, together with an amateur interest in pinot noir.

 

Roland Morley

A trustee of The Urology Foundation, Roland Morley is a consultant urologist at Imperial College Healthcare with a specialist interest in Female, Paediatric and Reconstructive Urology. Roland spent 8 years in the Royal Navy before undertaking surgical and urological training in Wessex. He is Past President of the Urology Section of the Royal Society of Medicine, current Chair of the United Kingdom Continence Society, and immediate past Chairman of the Specialist Advisory Committee for Urology in the UK. Mr Morley is currently a committee chair on the NHS England Mesh review in Urinary Continence and Prolapse Surgery and was until recently Chairman of the Female, Functional, Neurourology and Urodynamics Section of the British Association of Urological Surgeons (BAUS).

 

Duncan Summerton

A former TUF trustee, Duncan is a Consultant Urological Surgeon with a special interest in surgical andrology and male genital reconstruction at Leicester General Hospital and an Honorary Associate Professor at the University of Leicester. He is the immediate past President of the British Association of Urological Surgeons (BAUS) and Chair of the East Midlands Regional Training Committee and the East Midlands Penile Cancer Supra-network (6.5 million population). He spent 19 years in the Royal Navy as a Surgeon and deployed to many areas of conflict on active service. He chaired the EAU Trauma panel guidelines 2009-15.

Duncan is also interested in photography, the countryside and supports Leicester Tigers and England Rugby. 

 

NON-UROLOGISTS

Angela Daniel

Angela joined The Urology Foundation's Board of Trustees at the end of 2018. She currently works for AIG and heads up the Firm's Finance team within the Europe Asset Management division.  Prior to joining AIG, she worked as the EMEA Controller for Custody & Securities Lending (WSS) in JP Morgan Chase and before that worked as a Client Financial Management Specialist (Oil & Gas sector) in Accenture. Ms. Daniel trained as an Accountant within a small- to medium-sized practice and is a Fellow Member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (FCCA). She holds an MSc from Pembroke College, Oxford and a B.A. (Hons) degree in Accounting and Management from Cardiff Business School. She is also currently a Trustee of an Educational Trust in Hertfordshire and a Group Non Executive Director at a placemaking and regeneration company.

Her interests include:  Tennis, Reading, Travelling and meeting new people.

 

David Nicol

David Nicol brings a wealth of financial experience to his role as a TUF trustee. He was a Director of Morgan Stanley International PLC from 2004 to 2010. He worked for Morgan Stanley for 26 years in a number of Operations and Finance roles and was appointed EMEA CAO in 2004. David was a Non-Executive Director of Euroclear plc from 1998 to 2010. He trained and qualified in 1980 as a Chartered Accountant with Ernst & Young and spent two years working for KPMG in Hong Kong before joining Morgan Stanley in London in 1984. Until September 2015 he was on the Board of the Chartered Institute of Securities and Investments. David was on the Council of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland from 2012 to 2018 and is Chair of the Appointment Committee of the Hermes Property Unit Trust. David joined the Board of Brewin Dolphin as a Non-Executive Director in March 2012, was subsequently appointed as Chief Executive in March 2013 and retired in June 2020.

David is keen on watching and participating in a number of sports including Golf, Skiing and Cycling amongst others. David is keen on travel and also goes to the theatre and cinema on a regular basis. David has two sons one who is a headhunter and the other is a hospital doctor.     

 

Steven Norris

Steve is a Patron of The Urology Foundation of which he was Chairman for many years.  He is also Vice President of the Royal National Institute for the Deaf, an Eminent Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, a Companion of the Institution of Civil Engineers and an Honorary Fellow of the Association for Project Management.

Steve is a rare beast in having had a successful business career as well as a life in politics. He was a Conservative MP for fourteen years, until he retired in 1997. He was Parliamentary Private Secretary at the Department of the Environment, the Department of Trade and Industry and the Home Office and Minister for Transport in London from 1992-96. He is a former Vice-Chairman of the Conservative Party and contested the Mayoralty of London in 2000 and 2004.

Steve chairs or is a board member of a number of quoted and private companies in the property, construction and transport sectors. His great passion is urbanism – how we get on with each other and our own lives when 70% of the world’s population will live in cities by the end of the decade.  He’s an acknowledged expert in transportation systems, infrastructure and property. 

He’s also a regular broadcaster and writer.  He bridges a gap between public and private sectors in a way few people can.  In his spare time he watches football and has followed Everton since the age of eleven.   

 

Baroness Wyld

Laura Wyld’s career has spanned business, public life and the voluntary sector.

Her private sector work has included advising some of the UK’s most high-profile business leaders on communications, strategy and diversity and inclusion. She has also served as a Council Member at the Institute of Directors.

From 2013 until 2016 she was Head of Appointments for the Prime Minister, which included helping to drive the Government’s diversity plan. She is currently a NED at the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, a Non-Executive board member at Ofsted, a Trustee of The Urology Foundation and a member of the House of Lords Public Services Select Committee.

Her policy and campaigning interests include young people’s mental health, tackling gambling addiction, and the role of heritage and the arts in driving regeneration. She was a Member of the Regenerating Seaside Towns select committee and has also recently been involved in helping to establish a charity focused on tackling gambling-related harm.

Laura was born and brought up in Newcastle-upon-Tyne and remains strongly connected to the North East.

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