The CPFT Board of Directors is made up of executive and non-executive directors, led by a non-executive chair. The Board is responsible for ensuring that the Trust is accountable to the public for the services it manages.

Details of the Board of Directors' meetings can be found at the bottom of this page, along with copies of our Constitution, Gifts and Hospitality Register and Register of Interests.

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Jo Lucas, Non-Executive Director

Jo Lucas, Non-Executive Director

Jo has 40 years' experience of working in mental health services in the UK and internationally, and began her career as a nursing assistant in Fulbourn. She has been a board member of a number of organisations including as chair for a special needs housing association. She has held numerous management roles, including in a mental health charity working across central and eastern Europe. She currently practices as a psychotherapist with a private practice in Cambridge and does some work for Mental Health Europe. At CPFT she is the Non-Executive lead for recovery and is passionately committed to the values of the NHS and to the importance of collaborative working across professional and agency boundaries to ensure the quality of care.

Board of Directors' meetings

Meetings of the Board of Directors are open to the public, so anyone can attend. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, meetings will be held via video conference until further notice. Details of upcoming meetings can be found below, but for more information, please contact our Trust Secretariat at The meeting papers for the previous year's meetings can also be found below, but any other previous meeting's papers can be requested from the Trust Secretariat.

Upcoming meetings

  • Wednesday 24 November 2021: 10:00 – 12:00
  • Wednesday 26 January 2022: 10:00 – 12:00
  • Wednesday 30 March 2022: 10:00 – 12:00

Previous meeting papers

As a patient

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