Mary Williams OBE

Chief executive officer

Mary founded Brake in 1995 to stop road crashes and provide help to the victims. She says: “The difference now is that so many more people understand the carnage must end, victims must be cared for, and are working together for the changes we need. I’m proud to lead Team Brake: our dedicated staff and volunteers, and so many people who support our cause in work places, emergency services and communities. Road safety affects everyone.”

Ross Moorlock

Chief operating officer

Ross joined the charity in 2017 and is Brake’s chief operating officer, with responsibility for the day-to-day leadership and administration of the charity’s operations. Outside of work, Ross is a keen road cyclist and runner, and he is passionate about road safety and reducing road deaths and injuries.

Joshua Harris

Director of campaigns

As director of campaigns for Brake, Joshua leads the charity’s policy, public affairs and media programme. He is a keen cyclist (and walker!) and fervently supports Brake’s mission to develop a road transport network that enables everyone to travel free from harm.

Prett Tejura

Finance manager

Prett has responsibility for the finance management and controllership of the charity. This involves liaising with internal and external colleagues to ensure all systems are accurate and recorded and that the charity is using its funds in the best possible way.

Lisa Kendall

Fundraising manager

Lisa is Brake's fundraising manager, coordinating a wonderful team of people who volunteer their time and effort to raise money and support Brake's work.

Sophie Dilley

Managing editor

Sophie is Brake's managing editor, with responsibility for producing high-quality resources that support the charity work helping road crash victims and campaigning for safe and healthy mobility for all.