Michael Egan MA, MSc., FCA

Mike Egan is a UK-based chartered accountant who specialises in governance and finance for charities and not-for-profits.  His appointments include: governor, Heythrop College (University of London); trustee, Camden LGBT Forum (promotion of equality and diversity and elimination of discrimination in relation to LGBT people in Camden and neighbouring London boroughs); finance committee member, CAFOD (one of the thirteen Disasters Emergency Committee charities in the UK); finance committee member, Carmelite Charitable Trust.

His previous trusteeships include the Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement (LGCM) (Chair 2006 – 2014); the RAIN Trust (practical support delivered through faith communities for people living with HIV/AIDS); and Centred, formerly Kairos, in Soho (social inclusion and wellbeing for marginalised lesbian, gay and transgender people).

Mike was previously a partner, and head of London Audit, in an international firm of Chartered Accountants. His professional clients included the Garfield Weston Foundation, the Wolfson Foundation and Stonewall.

Mike holds a Masters degree in Voluntary Sector Management from Cass Business School (City, University of London).

Mike Egan is a UK-based chartered accountant who specialises in governance and finance for charities and not-for-profits.  His appointments include: governor, Heythrop College (University of London); trustee, Camden LGBT Forum (promotion of equality and diversity and elimination of discrimination in relation to LGBT people in Camden and neighbouring London boroughs); finance committee member, CAFOD (one of the thirteen Disasters Emergency Committee charities in the UK); finance committee member, Carmelite Charitable Trust.

His previous trusteeships include the Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement (LGCM) (Chair 2006 – 2014); the RAIN Trust (practical support delivered through faith communities for people living with HIV/AIDS); and Centred, formerly Kairos, in Soho (social inclusion and wellbeing for marginalised lesbian, gay and transgender people).

Mike was previously a partner, and head of London Audit, in an international firm of Chartered Accountants. His professional clients included the Garfield Weston Foundation, the Wolfson Foundation and Stonewall.

Mike holds a Masters degree in Voluntary Sector Management from Cass Business School (City, University of London).