Non-executive board member

Rosamund Blomfield-Smith


Rosamund Blomfield-Smith spent 30 years in the City, latterly as a director of both Rothschilds and ING Barings, but since 2003 has been non-executive.

She has served on many boards, including Thames Water and Hartpury Agricultural College and is currently chairman of Museum of London Archaeology, a member of Ofgem’s Challenge Group, Trustee of the Jo Cox Foundation and director of OSBIT, an engineering company focusing on renewables.

She and her husband rear traditional breeds on their 386-acre farm in Herefordshire.

Non-executive board member

Non-executive board members of Natural England have collective responsibility for the strategic direction and overall performance of the organisation. They make sure that Natural England is properly and effectively managed and provide stewardship for the public funds entrusted to the organisation.

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