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Maggie Ellis – Trustee Chair and Main Board Member

EKTG Coordinator, WSA and has been in Association with LSE since 1999. The last Project was the Small Smart Scheme about Digital Services for Health and Wellbeing in three London Boroughs. Earlier she was Senior Research Fellow and Lead Academic, involved with projects leading to new EU schemes for Contingencies and EU PPI implementation. Originally an occupational therapist, she managed Rehabilitation Services at The Royal London Hospital at the Medical College, being Chairman of the British OT Association, the European OT Committee. Maggie was awarded Fellowships by RCOT and ISPO. 


She has organised both a Trade and a Ministerial Mission to Japan with their Government. EU and ISO Technical Committee Membership brought wider experience linking user needs, planners and policy makers. Another project at LSE (Enterprise) (2014- 2019) involved being Leader of LSE Team independently contracted the Scottish Futures Trust to review and validate calculations and services that Trust provided to the Scottish Government. Maggie is a Member of the Cross-Party Groups for Digital Inclusion and Disability, Holyrood and Disability, and Justice Committee in the UK Parliament.

Graham Binns - Retiring Treasurer

Graham spent 30 years in various roles for the Bank of Ireland (initially Bristol & West Building Society), reporting to the MD and successfully leading the Business Change and Support function. He was the key negotiator between the operations IT Service providers, ensuring the smooth running of the mortgage processing. Following this, Graham and wife ran a Delicatessen business which consistently attained the highest Food Hygiene score.

In the last few years, Graham has been a senior project manager, implementing several key functional projects within the finance industry, and most recently a GDPR and CRM project for a large American-owned medical supplier. Graham has gathered a wealth of experience and is now a Lead Assessor of ISO International Standards as well as a volunteer with Bath Rugby Foundation who work with vulnerable young people.

Stephanie Correia – Trustee & Secretary

Stephanie Correia has worked in the NHS and the Third Sector as a senior manager. She has been a Trustee and secretary for EKTG since 2022.

Doran Doeh FCIArb – Treasurer Elect and Trustee

Doran Doeh has over 40 years of experience as an English-qualified legal practitioner, initially as a barrister and subsequently as a solicitor with Allen & Overy and Dentons. He worked in the City of London for over a decade, during which he became known for his work on oil and gas M&A transactions as well as his financial services regulatory expertise. He advised clients on commercial and financing transactions in Russia for over 25 years and was valued for his strategic counsel. He now practices as an international arbitrator from chambers in Gray’ Inn, London.  

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