support the young people  
within our schools  
and the community.

Our Trustees

Our current trustees are


Jonathan Kerry

Jonathan is the Chief Executive and Diocesan Secretary of the Church of England Diocese of Leicester, having spent most of his working life before that in a variety of roles with the Methodist Church.

He has been Chair of Governors at Leicester College since 2017 and is also on the Board of a number of other local organisations including the St Philips Centre for inter-faith learning and engagement, PROSTaid, the local prostate cancer charity and the Big Difference Company, which organises the annual Leicester Comedy Festival.

His previous extensive experience in governance and strategic leadership includes work with a Christian publishing charity and an international development agency which promotes learning and literacy, and even a spell with Network Rail!

In his spare time, Jonathan is an avid theatre-goer and likes nothing more than whiling away the days on a cruise ship at sea.

Amy Petterson

Amy is currently Head of Community Fundraising for the RAF Association, leading on volunteer fundraising, challenge events and branch fundraising.

Prior to this, Amy worked for Guide Dogs.

Outside of work, Amy enjoys adventures with her poodle, Ted, running, swimming and cycling!

Mark Vyner

Mark worked for 20 years in the private sector, the last few years of which were as a tax partner in an international firm of accountants. He saw the light and made his initial move into the voluntary sector joining Christian Aid in 2006, where he had various roles over a 13 year period. His substantive role was overseeing large scale multi million pound contracts primarily in Western Africa. His work took him to every continent, amazing trips to India and 12 countries in Africa. Every trip was an eye opener whether it was just hotel and office based or visits deep into the rural spaces to visit projects. Mark joined Twentytwenty as CEO in 2018, wanting to put back closer to home and fired up with his passion for social justice for young people. After a challenging but rewarding couple of years during which he helped reshape the direction of the charity he then moved back into Christian Aid while becoming a trustee of TwentyTwenty.

Mark believes young people are deserving of the best, and should be treated as such in every walk of life, and am totally passionate about the work of TwentyTwenty.

In his spare time Mark is a Governor of Loughborough College, Trustee of The BACA Charity, huge fan of Leicester Tigers, loves playing and listening to live acoustic guitar music, walking the dog and reading, especially good theology.

Paula Robertson

Currently Head of Love to Learn, an education programme for young people from refugee backgrounds and working as a charity consultant specialising in Impact, Paula is an operations and events specialist with over 15 years experience working in education and, after leaving teaching, the third sector. Paula spent the previous decade designing and delivering an award winning employability programme for young people in alternative provision education, supporting them to re-engage with education and find their aspirations to achieve positive and successful futures.

Outside of work Paula is a real foodie and loves being outdoors.

Vicky Hossack

Vicky joined the Twenty Twenty board of Trustees in August 2019. She has worked as the Chief Executive Officer of the University of Derby Students Union since 2014 and oversees the development of student support services and commercial trading activities across all University campuses. Vicky has developed her career within Higher Education since graduating from the University of Leeds in 2004.

Vicky is currently working towards completing her Masters in Human Resource Management in order to hold Associate CIPD status. She also holds her MBA from De Montfort University in Leicester, completing this in 2012. She is an experienced charity trustee, previously holding positions with Voluntary Action Leicestershire, FreeVA (a domestic violence charity) and with York St John Students' Union.

Outside of work and voluntary commitments, Vicky lives with her husband and two children in Leicestershire, having built their forever house over the last 2 years, from a plot of land to the place they now call home.