Advisory Board

Mark Blundell

For more than three decades Mark Blundell has honed his expertise in the upper echelons of elite global sport, firstly in a professional sporting career, then TV pundit and in more recent years, as a successful businessman. Mark started his sporting career at just 14, and for nearly 20 years he competed at the very top of world motorsport, including Formula One, IndyCar and World Rally. His wins even include the prestigious Le Mans 24-hour endurance race. From 2001 through to 2008, he was integral to ITV’s multi BAFTA award winning presenting team for Formula One.  During all this, Mark started up his own property company and over the last seven years, has been representing athletes particularly in motorsport.  A keen businessman, Mark realised that with his experience, knowledge and connections, it was time to start a new chapter in his life and launch an athlete management and sports marketing agency, built around his core values in sport.

Dr Paul Morris

I was awarded my BSc and PhD from the Department of Psychology, University of Southampton. I then worked in research and development in the pharmaceutical industry before returning to academia at the Department of Psychology, University of Portsmouth. I am a principal lecturer and deliver courses on advanced research methods and statistics. I have a diverse range of research interests including the elderly in the prison system, and have been collaborating with Dr Nick Murdoch for many years, most recently on Nick’s work on veterans in the criminal justice system.

Grenville Turner

After 40 years in the banking and property industries Grenville moved to a non executive career in 2014, to allow him to support a range of businesses and charitable interests.  In addition to chairing several companies he is also a Non-Executive Director of the Department for Communities and Local Government, Co Vice Chair of the English National Ballet and is delighted to be an advisor to Care After Combat.

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