About us The PROMPT team PROMPT Trustees Helen Crisp – Chair of Trustees Helen joined as Trustee for PMF in 2017, having become aware of the charity when she was Assistant Director of Research at the Health Foundation, one of PMF’s funders. Helen is now an independent consultant, working in quality improvement in healthcare (as Crisp QI Ltd). She has over 25 years’ experience of working on national quality improvement programmes, review and evaluation of QI interventions and writing and editing on QI in healthcare. As Chairman, Helen supports PMF’s fundraising and external influencing, as well as working to ensure smooth running of the Trustee meetings and their function to oversee the governance of PMF. Neil Muchatuta – PMF Trustee and Anaesthetic Lead Neil is a consultant anaesthetist in Bristol, and has an interest in medical education and training, human factors and global health. He was formerly the lead for obstetric anaesthetic education at University Hospitals Bristol, and has directed several obstetric anaesthetic courses in the UK and in low resource settings. Neil became a PMF Trustee in 2017, delivers PROMPT local and T3 training in the UK and overseas, and also helps manage PMF’s digital output. Jonathan Roberts – PMF Trustee Jon works with PMF in a consultative role, giving advice on the positioning, marketing and brand identity of the charity and the PROMPT brand. Jon’s background is neither academic nor medical, he has however over 24 years’ experience in strategic brand management, having worked for Tesco and Diageo. Jon joined PMF as a trustee in 2013, and is working with the corporate world to build awareness and ultimately support for PROMPT. Hannah Rulton – PMF Trustee Hannah and her husband Lee have undertaken various fundraising events including a skydive and pamper evening to support our charity and we are pleased that Hannah is supporting our charity further by becoming a valued Trustee. Please read Hannah's story here. Kerstin Scheel – PMF Trustee Kerstin is a partner in RWK Goodman solicitors located in Bath and she specialises in cerebral palsy and catastrophic injury cases, with a focus on complex and high value claims. Her main areas of expertise relate to hypoxic birth injury, cord prolapse, meningitis and Group B Strep infection related injuries. Kerstin and RWK Goodman have long been supporters of The PROMPT Maternity Foundation and we are delighted that Kerstin has chosen to support our charity further by becoming a valued Trustee.