Recovery Focus is pleased to welcome Martin Allen Morales to its Board of Non-Executive Directors.

Martin works with a variety of organisations fighting climate change, poverty, malnutrition, mental illness and youth exclusion and unemployment through entrepreneur, circular, systems-change or technology based solutions. He partners with change makers, disruptors and true innovators.

He's led companies for Apple, Disney, EMI and his own Ceviche and Andina and has worked in a variety of sectors including tech, media, hospitality, music, food, consumer products and social enterprise.

He was a founder member of iTunes Europe, was a Board member at Disney EMEA and started the award-winning Ceviche as a start up, turning into one of the fastest growing restaurant groups in Britain.

Alongside his NED role at Richmond Fellowship he is NED at Big Issue Invest, Senior Advisor at Ashoka, Trustee at Amantani and Patron at Musiko Musika. He advises impact investors, social entrepreneurs, purpose-driven start-ups, B Corps, charities and public and private organisations.

Martin says:

“The best support we can give to anyone recovering from a fall is by truly listening, understanding and partnering with that person through their recovery. Then we look for the solutions which are specific for that person. Recovery Focus through Richmond Fellowship has been at the forefront of this very thing for over 60 years. That’s why I feel privileged to join the Board and grateful for the opportunity to add my expertise to help us continue the great work already achieved and to find new ways forward in our ever changing world".

Our Non-Executive Directors are involved in policy making, governance and planning across the Recovery Focus Group, ensuring we remain leaders in the charity sector. They work with our Group Leadership Team to create our vision and key strategies to help drive forward and deliver our objectives and improve lives.

Our Directors have a wealth of experience from local and national government, a variety of public and private sector organisations, as well as leading influencers in the fields of mental health and substance use.

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