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Dominic Proctor


Dominic Proctor is the Chairman of the LLHM Board of Directors and is also a Tommy's Trustee. He was formerly President of GroupM Global; a role he assumed in January 2012 and retired from in 2017. GroupM is the Media Investment arm of WPP, the world’s largest Marketing Services group. 


Prior to managing GroupM worldwide operations, Dominic spent fifteen years as CEO of Mindshare Worldwide; a GroupM agency that he founded in 1997. 
Dominic began his advertising agency career in 1979 and joined J. Walter Thompson in 1986. He became Managing Director in 1991, and then Chief Executive in December 1992; a position he held for five years.


Apart from Tommy’s, Dominic sits on the main Board of the RFU where he has the position of Senior Independent Director. He is Chairman of rugby’s charity Try For Change and Chairman of London Landmarks Half Marathon. Dominic also has a consultancy business advising young companies in the advertising and media business.

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Steve Summers

Steve Summers was a Westminster City Councillor from 2006 until 2018 and had a range of responsibilities, including as a planning committee chairman, Cabinet Member for sport and leisure and was responsible for Westminster’s preparations for the London Olympics in 2012.  He also served as Lord Mayor of Westminster in 2016-2017.


Steve practised as a solicitor at a City of London law firm and is currently a director of a national public relations firm.
Steve volunteers for the RNLI and is the press officer and media spokesman for the Tower Lifeboat Station.  He is also an Honorary Steward of Westminster Abbey.

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Melvin Benn

Melvin Benn is the Managing Director of Festival Republic, the leading UK event promoter behind Latitude, Reading & Leeds Festivals, Download, Community Festival, Wireless, RiZE Festival and overseas events including Benicassim, Electric Picnic and Lollapalooza Berlin Festival. In 2017, Benn was instrumental in producing the One Love Manchester benefit concert which was broadcast live in over 50 countries and raised over £2 million for the British Red Cross We Love Manchester Emergency Fund.

With vast experience of staging the best in entertainment events, Benn was a director of Glastonbury Festival for over a decade and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Wembley Stadium for five years from 2011. Benn sits as a representative on the Concert Promoters Association (CPA), was influential in writing the Guide to Health and Safety at Outdoor Events (‘the Pop Code’) and makes regular presentations to the Emergency Planning College, the police and other bodies.