Non-Executive Board

Mark Morris

Mark Morris

Mark began his career as a chartered surveyor at Jones Lang LaSalle where he was a European Director in charge of Private Client Real Estate. In 2002, together with Maurice Golker, he set up property investment company Investream Limited.

As Chairman of Work Avenue, Mark dedicates significant amounts of time to the organisation, in addition to assisting various other charities in London and Israel.

Maurice Golker

Maurice is responsible for overseas investment and a senior consultant at Investream. He previously was a director heading overall investment and asset management. He was formerly National Director at Jones Lang LaSalle, focusing on investment transactions for Private Client Real Estate.

Maurice and his family live in Israel and he devotes significant time to Work Avenue as well as various other charities in London and Israel.

Louise Jacobs

Louise has, over the course of her career spent time working in both the commercial and not for profit sectors. Louise spent 13 years at Citigate Dewe Rogerson, a Financial and Corporate PR and Marketing agency, becoming Director of the UK Business.

Louise left the City to join Heathside Investments, a family finance and managed Venture Business. In 2011 Louise became Chief Executive of the London Jewish Cultural Centre and continued to raise the profile and the revenue of the organisation.  In 2015 Louise help to orchestrate the merger between the LJCC and JW3.

Louise completed her MRes in Jewish Education and Culture from Southampton University and is a Trustee of a number of organisations including Chair of UJIA, Jewish Book Week and Spread a Smile.

Susannah Kintish

Susannah is a Partner at Mischon De Reya in the Employment Department. She acts for employers and employees on contentious and non-contentious matters with experience of the Supreme Court, Court of Appeal, High Court and Employment Tribunal. Susannah represented the Jewish Labour Movement in relation to the referral of the Labour Party to the Equality and Human Rights Commission on issues of antisemitism.

Susannah advises on strategic issues as well as on terminations, redundancies, settlement agreements and all aspects of discrimination and whistleblowing legislation.

Susannah has been recognised by The Lawyer’s Hot 100 2020 as a standout lawyer shaping the legal profession in the UK. Susannah is also ranked as a Next Generation Lawyer for Employers and Senior Executives in Legal 500 2020.

Paul Mann

Paul Mann

A qualified lawyer, Paul began his career in 1992 with Clifford Chance, London before moving to Investment Banking at Credit Suisse in 1997 and currently manages Investment Portfolios for his diverse Client base. A law graduate, he also holds a Masters in Economics and International Relations and a C.E.S.C.E in EU Law. Paul is Chairman of a paediatric pharmaceutical company, a Managing Partner of an Israeli Venture Capital Fund and Trustee of Nefesh b’Nefesh UK.

Philippa Mintz

Philippa is dedicated to supporting Anglo-Jewry.  She has worked tirelessly for Jewish Care and, as well as being a former trustee is founder and Chair of the Women of Distinction committee.  She has also held numerous management and steering roles within Marble Arch Synagogue.  Additionally, Philippa was Founder and Chair of the Jools Holland Spectrum Ball at for The National Autistic Society and a member of the development committee of The Roundhouse.  Phillipa is legendary for opening up her house to help all those in need and is passionate about helping people to achieve their earning potential with dignity.

Stephen Pack

Stephen is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants having been a partner with PwC for many years. He originally specialised in audit and then moved into consulting and risk management. He was Head of Risk and Quality for the UK firm.

He was previously President of the United Synagogue. In that capacity he led the appointment of the new Chief Rabbi, appointed a new CEO and led a strategic review that set the direction of the charity for years to come. He also oversaw the expansion of the organisation with the addition of several new communities.

He is currently involved with two business activities – an investment company specialising in sustainable agriculture in the third world, and a UK commercial property business.

We mourn the loss of our trustee and friend Richard Mintz OBE who added so much value to Work Avenue and will be sorely missed.