Jonathan Freeman MBE FRSA

Chief Executive Officer

Jonathan is the founder CEO of the Foundation, having been in post since its establishment in 2017.  Jonathan was previously Managing Director of Mosaic – the then HRH The Prince of Wales’s mentoring charitable initiative, Government Relations Director at Business in the Community and before that a member of the Senior Civil Service.

Jonathan also serves as Vice-Chair of Championing Social Care, a volunteer-led initiative which brings together a broad cross-section of the care sector’s leaders focused on delivering positive stories and initiatives for and about the sector.

Jonathan serves as Chair of Trustees of Carers Worldwide and as a Governor (trustee) of Legal Education Foundation, He is a member of the Institute of Health and Social Care Management’s Executive Advisory Board, the Patchwork Foundation’s Strategy Council and Remuneration Committee of St. Anne’s College, Oxford University.

Jonathan is also separately employed as Group Sustainability Director of leading specialist care and education provider CareTech Limited, the first holder of this role for the company, overseeing the development and implementation of CareTech’s CARE4 Responsible Business Strategy.  Jonathan is founder Chair of the Social Care Sustainability Alliance.

Jonathan is also Managing Director of Earlsbrook Consulting Limited that provides strategic advisory service to charities, businesses and philanthropists.

Jonathan was recognised with an MBE for charitable services in Her Majesty The Queen’s New Year’s Honours List 2021.  Jonathan was made a Fellow of the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) in July 2020.  Jonathan received CEO Monthly’s CEO of the Year 2020 – UK award. He also won The Muslim News Awards for Excellence 2016 Award for Championing a Muslim Cause and the Naz Legacy Foundation Certificate of Recognition for his contribution to education, presented by the then Education Secretary.

Jonathan was educated at St. Anne’s College, Oxford University and was Dean’s Scholar at the University of Southern California for his post-graduate studies.