Honorary Governors

  • The Rt Hon. Baroness BOTTOMLEY OF NETTLESTONE, PC, DL. Formerly Secretary of State for Health and for National Heritage.
  • The Rt Hon David CAMERON.  Formerly Prime Minister, First Lord of the Treasury and Minister for the Civil service.
  • Mr Robert COOPER, KCMG, MVO. Formerly Counsellor, EEAS, Council of the European Union.
  • Sir Simon FRASER, GCMG.  Formerly Permanent Under Secretary and Head of the Diplomatic Service, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
  • The Rt Hon. Sir Lawrence FREEDMAN, KCMG, CBE, FBA, FKC. Emeritus Professor of War Studies, King's College London.
  • Professor Timothy GARTON ASH, CMG. Professor of European Studies, University of Oxford and Isaiah Berlin Professorial Fellow, St Anthony's College, Oxford.
  • Professor Sir Malcolm GRANT, CBE, MA, LLD. Chairman, NHS England. Formerly President and Provost, UCL.
  • Professor Sir Michael HOWARD, OM, CH, CBE, MC, FBA, FRHistS.  Emeritus Professor of Modern History, University of Oxford.
  • The Rt Hon Lord HURD OF WESTWELL, CH, CBE.  Formerly Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs.
  • Mr Will HUTTON. Principal, Hertford College.
  • Lady JUDGE, CBE. Formerly Chairman, Institute of Directors; Chairman, UK Pension Protection Fund. Chairman Emeritus, United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority.
  • The Honorable Roy MACLAREN, PC.  Formerly Canadian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom and Minister of Trade.
  • The Rt Hon Sir John MAJOR, KG, CH.  Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Chairman of The Ditchley Foundation.
  • The Rt Hon David MILIBAND.  President and CEO, International Rescue Committee. Formerly Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs.
  • Mr Glen R MORENO. Chairman, Pearson plc; Chairman, Money plc; and a Director at Fidelity International.
  • Mr Edward MORTIMER, CMG. Senior Program Advisor, Salzburg Global Seminar and Distinguished Fellow, All Souls College, Oxford. Formerly Chief Speechwriter and Director of Communications to the Secretary General of the United Nations.
  • Sir Richard MOTTRAM, GCB. Chairman, Amey plc. Visiting Professor, LSE. Formerly Permanent Secretary of Defence, and for Intelligence and Security, and Chairman Joint Intelligence Committee.
  • Judge Hisashi OWADA.  Judge at the International Court of Justice.  Formerly Permanent Representative of Japan to the United Nations.
  • The Rt Hon Lord PATTEN OF BARNES, CH.  Chancellor of Oxford University and Chairman of the BBC Trust.  Formerly Member of  the European Commission and Governor of Hong Kong.
  • The Rt Hon. Baroness PRASHAR OF RUNNYMEDE, CBE. Formerly Chair of the Judicial Appointment Commission.
  • Lord REES of Ludlow, O.M., F.R.S., Hon. F.B.A.   Astronomer Royal.  Formerly Master, Trinity College, Cambridge University.
  • The Lord RICKETTS, GCMG.  Formerly HM Ambassador to France and National Security Adviser, Cabinet Office.
  • The Rt Hon Sir Malcolm RIFKIND, KCMG, QC.  Formerly Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs.
  • Sir John SAWERS, GCMG. Chairman, Macro Advisory Partners; Non-Executive Director, BP. Formerly Chief of MI6 (2009-14).
  • The Rt Hon Jack STRAW.  Formerly Foreign Secretary, Home Secretary and Lord Chancellor.
  • Sir Kevin TEBBIT, KCB, CMG. Senior Independent Director, Smiths Group plc; Executive Vice President, AECOM UK; Visiting Professor, King's College, London. Former diplomat and Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Defence.
  • Sir Crispin TICKELL, GCMG, KCVO. Formerly United Kingdom Permanent Representative to the United Nations.
  • Sir John VEREKER, KCB, KStJ. Independent Director, XL Group plc and MWH Global. Formerly Governor of Bermuda and Permanent Secretary, DFID.
  • Mr Simon WEBB, CBE. Executive Director, The Nichols Group.
  • The Rt Hon. the Lord WILLETTS, MP. Executive Chair, Resolution Foundation; Visiting Professor, King's College, London. Formerly Minister for Universities and Science.
  • The Rt Hon Baroness WILLIAMS OF CROSBY.  Formerly Secretary of State for Education and Science.
  • Professor Ngaire WOODS. Dean, The Blavatnik School of Government.