Two new Trustees join Nottingham Hospitals Charity

Two new Trustees have joined Nottingham Hospitals Charity. Roger Whittle and Jonathan English are both Nottingham-based businessmen and bring a wealth of experience to their voluntary roles at the Charity. 

Nottingham-born Roger Whittle is the founder and Managing Director of Apple IT Systems Integrator Jigsaw24, employing 200 people, with annual sales of over £90 million. Roger established Jigsaw24 in 1992 and its headquarters have always been in Nottingham.

Roger is proud of the crucial role Nottingham’s hospitals play not only in the local community but also nationally in terms of research and staff development. He is passionate about helping Nottingham Hospitals Charity build on its position as a leading NHS charity as it continues to assist by improving facilities, funding new equipment, providing additional services, supporting staff development and initiating local medical research to improve the experience for patients and professional colleagues in Nottinghamshire.

Jonathan English is the co-founder and Managing Director of Skeleton, a Nottingham-based video production agency. Founded in 2008, Skeleton works with brands and business across the world, delivering three key service offerings of video strategy, video production and video marketing, ensuring their clients’ video content gets positive results.

Jonathan is vice chairman of Nottingham Means Business and also a former president of Nottingham City Business Club and hopes his links to local businesses and his experience in the communications industry will be beneficial to the Charity. He says he is looking forward to an exciting new experience in his role as a Trustee of Nottingham Hospitals Charity.

Everyone at Nottingham Hospitals Charity is pleased to welcome Roger and Jonathan to their new roles, which will involve governing the Charity, overseeing its income and expenditure and offering advice in their respective areas of expertise.