March on Stress Director, Professor Neil Greenberg, has taken on two new charitable roles – joining the boards of Walking with the Wounded and the Forces in Mind Trust.
His new roles see him as a part of the trustee’s board for each charity, where he will work with other board members to provide oversight and governance.
Speaking about his charitable work, Professor Greenberg said: “I’m delighted to support Walking with the Wounded and Forces in Mind Trust, both organisations do fantastic work with serving military personnel and veterans.
"Both organisations also have a keen evidence-based approach to their work and I look forward to helping them to deliver first class output for their beneficiaries.”
Professor Greenberg’s ‘day job’ is varied including working at King's College London (KCL) as a Professor of Defence Mental Health within the King's Centre for Military Health Research and as a theme lead for the KCL Health Protection Research Unit. He is also the clinical and managing director of the psychological health consultancy March on Stress. Having published more than a 170 scientific papers and book chapters, Neil is one of the UKs leading trauma experts and is also the President of the UK Psychological Trauma Society.
It is his reputation for the delivery of high quality academic studies in the fields of traumatic stress and military and veteran’s health that have been recognised and desired by both charities, with his expertise making him an excellent addition to both organisations.
As well as his charitable work for Walking with the Wounded and Forces in Mind, Professor Greenberg is an advisor to Hostage UK and is the Royal College of Psychiatrist's Presidential Lead on Military and Veterans' Health.
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