Trustees and Governors of St Mary’s School, Hampstead.
Carroll Barry-Walsh, BSc. Hons
Carroll read Politics & Economics at the University of Bristol. She went on to qualify as a barrister and pursued a career in regulatory and banking law, in private practice and financial institutions, before establishing her own consultancy. Carroll has been Chair of Trustees since 2020. She attended St. Mary’s herself and still lives locally.
Robert Carlysle, BA Hons (London), MBA, PGCE
Robert Carlysle read Medieval and Modern History at King’s College, London. As well as a PGCE from KCL, he holds an MBA in Educational Management from the University of Leicester and a Postgraduate Certificate in Literacy and Dyslexia from the University of York. He was the founding Headmaster of The Moat School in 1998 and retired from the Headship of More House School in April 2014. Robert was an ISI Team Inspector from 1998-2014.
Anne Devlin worked for 22 years at BP Oil International, 10 of which as Crude Book Leader in Oil Trading in London. She has significant experience of energy markets including trading strategies and international contract negotiations. After she left trading in 2018, she joined the board of Terra Solar, a solar development company operating in Ireland. She invested in cleantech start-up and is particularly interested in companies involved in the green energy transition. She has been chairing the finance committee of St. Mary’s RC Church, Hampstead since February 2019. She is the treasurer and a Trustee of Christian Responsibility in Public Affairs (CPRA) and is a director of the Centre for Enterprise, Markets and Ethics (CEME), Oxford.
Anne is French and recently received British nationality. She is married to Rory and they have two children, Patrick and Sarah, who left St. Mary’s in 2023.
Dagmar Einoeder, LLM (King’s College, London)
Dagmar Einoeder is an Austrian national and has been living in the United Kingdom for over 20 years. Dagmar graduated from Law School at the University of Salzburg in 1996 and also holds a Masters in Law (LL.M.) from Kings College London. She has been working at JPMorgan since 2000 and is currently a Managing Director in the Legal Department at JPMorgan. Dagmar is an active member of JPMorgan’s women’s network, a senior sponsor of the Working Family Network at JPMorgan and is involved in several pro-bono activities supporting the community. Her daughter attended St. Mary’s School.
Susan McCarron JP, MA (Cantab)
Susan McCarron read Modern and Medieval Languages at Newnham College, Cambridge. She practised as a commercial real estate and environmental lawyer at Theodore Goddard and is now a Magistrate in the Family Court. She was Chair of Governors from 2012-2019 and is currently Vice Chair of Governors and a Trustee. Her two daughters were both educated at St Mary’s.
Sean Murphy, MA (Cantab)
Sean Murphy (Sean.Murphy@stmaryshampstead.org.uk) read Engineering at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge. After working for JP Morgan in corporate finance and merger and acquisitions, Sean has worked in strategy and corporate development roles for several UK financial institutions. He was appointed Chair of Governors in January 2020. His three daughters all attended St Mary’s School.
Lucy Rands, BA (Hons)
Lucy Rands attended St Mary’s School Hampstead before moving to St Mary’s School, Ascot. After reading Theology & Religious Studies at Bristol University, she pursued a career in film. In 2014, she set up Lucy Rands Casting and is a member of the CDG. After her father stood down as Chair of Trustees in December 2020, Lucy was proud to be able to continue the family association with St Mary’s as a Governor and member of the Education and Staffing Committee.
Keith Wilkins, CPA
Keith Wilkins was born in the United States, where he qualified as a Certified Public Accountant with Price Waterhouse in 1974. He retired from J. Walter Thompson in 2019. He is Chair of the Finance and General Purposes Committee and has been an ex officio governor since 2000 when he became Treasurer. His two daughters attended St Mary’s.
Caroline Wright qualified as a teacher in 1976 at Lady Spencer Churchill Oxford, specialising in Geography and Physical Education. Caroline’s first role was at St. Anthony’s School for Boys in Hampstead. Over her 40 years in education, she has focused on Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLDs) and holds an OCR/RSA qualification in this field. Caroline was a SENCo at Finton House School for 18 years and recently retired from Thomas’s Clapham after working in Learning Enrichment.
Josette Zammit-Mangion, B.Ed (Hons), IBVM
Sister Josette Zammit-Mangion graduated from the University of Malta in 1989. After arriving in the UK, Sister Josette joined the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary, founded by Mary Ward in 1991. After making her first vows, she taught in Altrincham, studied Theology and trained in Spirituality. Following a period of teaching English, Sister Josette is now engaged in retreat work and spiritual direction.