Who's who at Tommy's

Senior management staff at Tommy's

Chief executive: Jane Brewin

Jane Brewin

Jane joined Tommy’s in 2000 after spending 16 years working in the food Industry for Asda and Rank Hovis where in her last role she was Marketing and Strategy Director for the Bakery business. Jane has a BA(Hons) in Geography from Manchester University and also attended INSEAD.

Since joining Tommy’s Jane has sought to ensure the charity operates professionally on a sustainable basis and in so doing the charity has gone from funding one research centre to four research centres and has established an award winning pregnancy information service for parents.

Jane represents the charity on various Department of Health groups advising on antenatal care and representing the views of parents. She is also involved on the steering groups of many research studies ensuring that results are widely disseminated to parents.

Jane helps many parents to get the care they need and enables them to help others affected by miscarriage, premature birth and stillbirth.

Jane lives in Bucks with husband Kevin and various labradors, dressage competition horses and an abandoned pony called Cassidy.

Please call her on 0207 398 3450 or [email protected]

Director: Lia Bowman


Lia is a Mathematics graduate from The University of Leeds and has been working at Tommy’s since 2008. During her first seven years at Tommy’s, Lia was responsible for heading Tommy’s marketing, individual giving and challenge events programmes. In September 2015, she was challenged with growing the charities income by launching a new major event. The London Landmarks Half Marathon launched in February 2017 and as Race Director Lia is responsible for the overall successful delivery of the event.

Lia is a keen salsa dancer and runner. She has previously spent a year living in both Paris and Japan and has also worked as a dive boat Chef on the Great Barrier Reef.

Fundraising director: Danae Leaman-Hill

Danae Leaman Hill

Danae joined Tommy’s in 2014, after 11 years at ChildLine and the NSPCC, where she focused on corporate partnerships, statutory fundraising and high-value strategic partnerships

Danae has a degree in English and History of Art from the University of Leeds, as well as a masters degree in European Cultural Policy and Administration from the University of Warwick. Upon graduating, Danae spent time in the fine arts and various creative marketing agencies, before following her heart into the charity sector.

Her interests in pregnancy health stem from her own family experiences. She and her husband have two small children, Esme and Rocco, who have strengthened her resolve to help give all babies the best possible start in life. When she has time – which isn’t very often – she likes to travel, read and fill her home with unnecessary junk shop finds.

Finance director: Amy Thomas

Amy Thomas

After graduating from the University of Cambridge in 2003 with a degree in History, Amy joined Deloitte's Birmingham office, where she trained as a chartered accountant while working as an auditor. Once qualified, she transferred to Deloitte New Zealand for a year and then enjoyed a year off, during which time she visited a range of countries including Australia and Japan.

On her return to the UK, Amy initially worked as an accountant in the commercial sector before joining Tommy’s in 2013. Having seen a number of friends and relatives go through the heartbreak of pregnancy loss and premature labour, Tommy’s is a cause that is especially close to Amy's heart. She enjoys the challenge of driving efficiencies within the charity and pushing to maximise income levels to better enable Tommy's to fulfil its objectives. Common to many roles in the charity sector, Amy's spans a number of job-descriptions involving not just the supervision of financial matters, but also managing IT, patrolling health and safety, helping to manage the recruitment of monthly donors and cheerleading at marathons.

Amy lives in Brixton and enjoys yoga, cooking and theatre. She has so far resisted calls to run for Tommy’s.

HR Manager: Jenny Bradic

Jenny Bradic

Jenny has worked closely with Tommy’s since 2004 as HR Manager, joining the team on site every week.  A Psychology graduate from Durham University, she was awarded Fellowship of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development in 2005.  Jenny has worked independently as an Employment Consultant since 1999 and divides her working time equally between charitable and for-profit clients. 

Her job in Tommy’s is to guide and assist with appointing, rewarding, motivating, developing, and managing Tommy’s team. A cappella singing, journalistic and creative writing, country walking and keeping fit occupy her spare time.

Our Founders

Who were the remarkable men and women who set up what is now Tommy's charity, 25 years ago? Read on to find out more about the founders of Tommy's

Our Trustees and patrons

We are very lucky to enjoy the fantastic support of our patrons and trustees. 

Read about our patrons and trustees here

Our Research Centres and Teams 

Who are the dedicated scientists and researchers behind everything we do? 

Read about our research centres and teams here.

Read more about our work

  • Tommy's timeline

    25 years of Tommy's

    From a homemade campaign run from a broom cupboard in St Thomas' Hospital, to the UK's largest charity funding research into the causes of miscarriage, stillbirth and premature birth. See what Tommy's has achieved in 25 years!

  • Clinician scanning the stomach of a pregnant woman

    About us

    We fund research into miscarriage, stillbirth and premature birth, and provide pregnancy health information to parents. We believe it is unacceptable that one in four women lose a baby during pregnancy and birth. We want every parent has the best possible pregnancy outcomes and can take home happy, healthy babies.

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    Trustees and patrons

    Find out who the trustees and patrons of Tommy's are.

  • Tommy's research centres

    Research by location

    Tommy’s exists to save babies’ lives. That’s why we give over £1.5 million every year to our four research centres to carry out vital work on preventing pregnancy loss.