Board of Directors

Led by a Non-Executive Chair, the CPFT Board of Directors is made up of eight non-executive directors, and seven executive directors. The Board is a unitary board responsible for ensuring that CPFT is accountable to the public for the services it manages.

You can view information on each Executive Director portfolio here: Executive Director portfolios

Details of all Trust Board Meetings are available to the right hand side of this page, along with copies of the Trust’s Constitution and Register of Interests.

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Pri Pinnaduwa, Non-Executive Director

Pri Pinnaduwa, Non-Executive Director

Chair of: People and Culture Committee
Member of: Quality and Safety Committee

Pri is Director of Human Resources at Artios, a biotechnology company pioneering the development of novel small molecule therapeutics which target the DNA damage response. Pri has worked for Artios since 2022. She joined CPFT as a Non-Executive Director in May 2022.

Prior to Pri’s appointment at Artios, she spent several years as HR Director of RAND Europe, a not-for-profit research institute. Prior to RAND Europe, she worked at a senior level in HR for PPD, a global provider of clinical development and laboratory services.

Pri is a Governor at Anglia Ruskin University and also a member of their Audit, Risk and Compliance Committee, and their Remuneration Committee. Pri is also a Non-Executive Director at Form The Future, a Cambridge-based not-for-profit organisation whose mission is to empower young people in their career choices and help businesses safeguard and build their talent pipeline.

Pri is Chair of Governors for The Centre School, a Cambridgeshire-based social, emotional and mental health needs special school (SEMH).

Pri has a Masters in Human Resources Management from Salford University and a Masters in Maths from Somerville College, Oxford University.

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