We are delighted to announce that David Mohyuddin QC has been appointed as a Trustee of the Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust.
The Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust is a national charity that supports young people aged 8-24 in rebuilding their confidence after cancer. It has supported over 2455 young people since it was founded in 2003 by Dame Ellen MacArthur DBE.
David practices in commercial and chancery law from Radcliffe Chambers in London. His practice encompasses covers general commercial litigation matters, corporate and personal insolvency, company law, fraud and asset recovery, banking and claims brought against professionals.
He is a father of two and has a passion for supporting and inspiring young people, fulfilled as a Governor of a large school for eight years before now undertaking his new role with the Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust. Having sailed as a child, he is also looking forward to returning to the water.
David said: “I am delighted to have been appointed as a Trustee of the Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust. The Trust makes a real and positive difference to young people as they rebuild their lives following cancer treatment. I am hugely excited to be able to help ensure that crucial work continues and look forward to playing my part in achieving the Trust’s Ambitions for Better Connections and a Bigger Impact by 2022.”
Frank Fletcher, Dame Ellen MacArthur Trust CEO, said: “We are really excited to have David join us as a Trustee. His knowledge and experience will be invaluable in making sure we are best placed to deliver on our Ambitions for young people and beyond. We’re glad to have him aboard.”
The Board of Trustees, which includes founder and patron Dame Ellen MacArthur, keeps the Trust on track and makes sure the best outcomes for young people are always delivered. You can read more about the Trust’s work on its website here.
Radcliffe Chambers would like to congratulate David on his appointment as a Trustee of such an excellent charity. For more information about our approach to community and pro bono please click here.