Declarations of Interest
All Wikimedia UK trustees are bound by the charity's Conflict of Interest Policy, the purpose of which is to ensure that all decisions and decision-making processes are, and are seen to be, free from personal bias and that they do not unfairly favour any trustee, committee member, or any associated person or organisation.
This page documents the declarations of interest that the current trustees have made, as required by that that policy. Older records may be found on the archive page.
Where there is - very exceptionally - an overriding need for a particular interest to be kept confidential having due regard to the charity's commitment to transparency, it is recorded privately on the office wiki, and details are sent in confidence to other trustees and to the chief executive. A conflicted trustee who is unable to disclose a relevant interest to fellow trustees and to the chief executive must step down from the board.
At the beginning of every board meeting and board committee meeting members are asked to disclose any conflict or potential conflict that may exist with respect to any item on the agenda. The minutes will record any such declarations, and the manner in which any conflict was handled.
I am the founder and Director of WISE KIDS a small non-profit company I set up in 2002 whose aim is to provide training, consultancy, research and resource development to promote digital literacy, digital well-being and digital citizenship for young people, parents/carers, and professionals like teachers, youth workers, librarians, police, CAMHS staff and children’s services.
In this role, I regularly deliver talks, workshops and training programmes (paid and unpaid), and in some of these, I speak about and promote open education resources and tools.
Current Directorships and Committees
I am currently a Trustee for Compassionate Mental Health. I am also a member of the Welsh Government Advisory Board on Digital Inclusion. I am also a member of the advisory committee for Stop It Now Wales. WISE KIDS is also an associate member of UKCIS (UK Council for Internet Safety).
I am not a member of any political party.
I am not aware of any conflicts of interest. If something did arise, I will declare this to the Board, and recuse myself from Board discussions as appropriate.
I have no conflict of interests to register.
I have no conflict of interests to register (confirmed on behalf of Jane Carlin by Lucy Crompton-Reid)
I hold no other trusteeships, directorships or affiliations and I am not aware of any conflicts of interest with Wikimedia UK. I’m currently an employee of The University of London. Should any potential conflict of interest or loyalty arise I will make this known.
I hold no other trusteeships or directorships.
I am a freelance public historian and consultant and I support to projects and communities including information, talks and workshops relating to open knowledge, copyright, knowledge equity and open educational resources. I provide this advice with due regard to any potential conflicts of interest and in the event of a possible conflict would recuse myself from the relevant Wikimedia UK Board discussions and decisions.
- I serve on the committee for the Wikimedia Foundation’s Project Grant Committee.
- I am the lead of the UK's Creative Commons chapter.
Should any potential conflict of interest or loyalty arise I will make this known.
I have no conflict of interests to register (confirmed on behalf of Marnie Woodward by Lucy Crompton-Reid)
Staff declarations of interests, should any occur, will be dealt with directly by the Chief Executive and may be recorded here as appropriate. The Chief Exec's interests are recorded here by default.
Lucy Crompton-Reid, Chief Executive
- Former employers: Apples and Snakes, House of Lords, Arts Council England, Refugee Council, Arts & Business, National Theatre, The Space
- Political affiliation: No current political affiliations.
- Voluntary roles: Trustee/Director of The Audience Agency; Trustee/Director of Visible Theatre; member of the British Library Advisory Council