OUR BOARD

Deborah Evans-Stickland

BA Hons – Psychotherapist
CEO Outside In Pathways

Former Museum Researcher/Research Co-ordinator building museums with architects and curatorial staff internationally. Twenty-three years experience working as a Psychotherapist with and around people with learning difficulties and autism. Designed, set up and continues to lead Outside In Pathways.

Ray Keene OBE

Chair of Outside In Pathways
International Chess Grandmaster 

MA Trinity College Cambridge in modern languages. Freeman of the city of London. President of the Governing Council of The Institute for Brain Chemistry and Human Nutrition at London’s Imperial College. Chairman of the Mother and Child Foundation. Chess Correspondent of The Times. 

Author/co author of 199 books on chess, genius, thinking, mind sports and art. Translations into 14 languages. Former British chess champion and European Gold Medallist. ‎President of The World Memory Sports Council.

Julian Simpole ATC ADAE

Vice-Chair of Outside in Pathways
Vice-President of the Commonwealth Chess Association and Commonwealth Chess Master

A retired art teacher and former director of the London Chess Centre, he has tutored various gifted children, two of whom are now grandmasters. The first of these became the youngest chess master in history by winning the 1992 World U-10 Boys’ title at the age of eight.

Julian is a published author and co-author, journalist and sometime reporter for The Times, the chess column of which he proofreads.

Gordana Ivanovic

A highly-accomplished Treasury Director, with a proven track record of success and with broad range of banking/financial experiences at local and international level. Have vast experiences within the Banking/Financial areas, Risk Methodologies and legal frameworks inclusive. An excellent handler of customer relationships, always aiming to strengthen ties, to the benefit of the organization and client. Have excellent management and organization skills – have set up departments for International banking groups (Procredit Bank, Marfin Group). Fluently speak English, German (worked in Germany), Serbian (mother tongue), and have a good command of written/spoken Russian.

Tony Bevan RA

Tony Bevan is an artist living in London. He was elected to the Royal Academy of Arts in 2007. He has had numerous exhibitions and his paintings are in many museum collections throughout the world.