Rachael founded ThinkTwice in 2010 after visiting mental health inpatient units throughout Hertfordshire as part of her degree course. She completed a research masters entitled “Towards a Contemporary Pastoral Theology of Clinical Depression” at the London School of Theology. Rachael speaks regularly at churches and events for ThinkTwice, and she is currently writing her first book with SPCK. She also has experience as a volunteer mental health chaplain and writes freelance for a number of publications including Preach and Youthwork Magazine. Rachael is married to Phil and lives in Hertfordshire with him, lots of books and Phil’s bicycle paraphernalia!
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Chair of Trustees
Mark first met Rachael whilst they were studying at London School of Theology, at the time ThinkTwice was born. In late 2014, Mark joined the board of Trustees. Mark works in the pensions industry as a Client Manager, and has also been involved in various forms of church ministry for a number of years. Like Rachael, Mark has spent time volunteering as a hospital chaplain, and also has personal experience of friends and loved ones who struggle with mental health issues. Mark lives in Surrey with his wife Jemma and baby son. His keen interests include cooking, walking and films.
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Tom is a Baptist Ministry and is currently a Minister-in-Training at Bewdley Baptist Church, and a Ministerial Student at Regent’s Park, Oxford. A mathematician at A-Level, Tom has always had a keen eye for numbers and so when the role of Treasurer was advertised for, it seemed like an ideal way to begin his involvement with ThinkTwice. Aside from study, he is involved in officiating in both tennis and hockey at national level, loves US comedy shows, classic British dramas and wears shorts even in the winter (he’s from up North!)
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Kelly studied theology at London School of Theology, graduating in 2011. She now lives in south Bucks with her husband and two sons, where she helps to run a local toddler group at her local church. Kelly loves the National Trust, avocados, tea, Brene Brown, and days out with her family. Kelly got involved in ThinkTwice after meeting Rachael at LST. Now the fundraising trustee, she is excited to see ThinkTwice reach new people across the country.
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