Our Business Camelot's UK Board

The following directors sit on the Camelot UK Lotteries Limited Board:

  • Lee Sienna

    Lee Sienna

    Chairman

    Lee joined Teachers’ in 2002 as Vice-President, Teachers’ Private Capital, with more than 20 years' experience in management and corporate development for companies in the beverage, food and entertainment industries, including John Labatt Ltd. He played a pivotal role in Teachers' Private Capital's acquisitions of Yellow Pages Group, Samsonite Corp., Alliance Laundry Systems, AOT Bedding (Serta), Easton-Bell Sports and GNC Corporation. A Chartered Accountant, Lee is a graduate of the Richard Ivey School of Business and a graduate of the Institute of Corporate Directors. He received an MBA from the University of Toronto.

    Lee is responsible for the fund’s long-term equities investments, a newly-created portfolio within public equities. The Long-Term Equities group focuses on investments, both public and private, with steady cash flow and growth potential that can hold their value and act as a hedge against inflation.

  • Andy Duncan, Chief Executive, Camelot UK Lotteries Limited

    Andy Duncan

    Chief Executive

    Andy was appointed CEO of Camelot UK Lotteries Limited in October 2014 and has overall responsibility for driving Camelot’s strategy for growth – building on the £32 billion to date that has been raised for Good Causes, resulting in an average of 144 lottery grants for every postcode district.

    Andy joined Camelot in November 2011 in the newly-created role of Managing Director of Camelot UK Lotteries Limited. In this role, Andy was responsible for new game initiatives – such as the launch of the new Lotto game in October 2013 – and the development of a major new online and mobile platform, which launched in September 2014 and is transforming the way players interact with National Lottery games across all devices. As it stands, around 70% of adults play The National Lottery nowadays and the National Lottery crossed fingers logo is recognisable to 95% of the UK population.

    In addition, Andy has been appointed to both the World Lottery Association (WLA) and European Lotteries (EL) Executive Committees, and chairs the WLA’s Corporate Social Responsibility Committee. Andy is also President of the Advertising Association, was chair of the Media Trust from 2006-2014 and is now a Trustee, and is also a Trustee of Oasis Trust.

    Previously, Andy was the Chief Executive of H.R. Owen plc and Chief Executive of Channel 4 from 2004 to 2009. Before that, Andy held prominent positions at the BBC and was the founding Chairman of Freeview. He also spent 17 years at Unilever in a variety of marketing, sales and directorial roles.

  • Wayne Kozun

    Wayne Kozun

    Shareholder-Nominated Non-Executive Director

    Wayne joined Teachers’ in 1995 and has risen steadily through positions of growing responsibility, most recently as Vice-President, Tactical Asset Allocation. He received a Bachelor of Engineering Science from the University of Western Ontario and an MBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business and is a graduate of the Institute of Corporate Directors.

    Wayne leads the team that oversees the fund’s actively-managed public equities portfolios, including relationship investing. The group also uses a variety of external managers to give the fund exposure to international equity markets. As well, the equities team monitors the corporate governance practices of the companies in which Teachers' invests. Mr. Kozun serves on the boards of the Canadian Coalition for Good Governance, the Pacific Pension Institute, and Maple Leaf Foods.

  • Jane Rowe, Shareholder-Nominated Non-Executive Director, Camelot UK Lotteries Limited

    Jane Rowe

    Shareholder-Nominated Non-Executive Director

    Jane joined Teachers’ in 2010 as Senior Vice-President of Teachers' Private Capital and has since assumed additional responsibilities for the organisation's international strategy pertaining to its expanding physical presence, as well as the Long-Term Equities group. She also sits on the board of Cadillac Fairview, Teachers' wholly-owned real estate subsidiary.

    Prior to joining Teachers’, Jane held progressively senior roles at Scotiabank and its affiliates. In addition, she received a B.Comm. (Hons) from Memorial University, an MBA from York University's Schulich School of Business and has ICD.D designation from the Institute of Corporate Directors.

  • Gerry Acher

    Sir Gerald Acher CBE LVO

    Independent Non-Executive Director

    Sir Gerald spent most of his career at KPMG as a chartered accountant and was a member of the Board of KPMG and the Senior Partner of its London office until the end of 2001. In September 2002 he was appointed as a non-executive director of Camelot where he chairs the Audit, Risk and Security Committee, and the Advisory Panel for Corporate Responsibility.

    Sir Gerald served as Treasurer and member of the Steering Group for The Queen's Golden Jubilee Weekend Trust which was primarily responsible for overseeing the Central London celebrations. Despite a hectic schedule, Sir Gerald also fulfils many other duties in charitable organisations.

  • Sir Patrick Brown

    Sir Patrick Brown

    Independent Non-Executive Director

    Sir Patrick Brown held various positions in the Department of Transport and the Department of the Environment, becoming Second Permanent Secretary and Chief Executive of the Property Services Agency in 1990. He was Permanent Secretary for the Department of Transport from 1991 to 1997. Sir Patrick became a non-executive director of the Go-Ahead Group plc in 1999 and its Chairman in 2002. 

    More recently Sir Patrick was appointed to the Board of the Northumbrian Water Group in May 2003 and to the Board of Northumbrian Water Limited in January 2006.   He is also Chairman of the Advisory Committee of Alexander Proudfoot UK.

  • Tony Illsley

    Tony Illsley

    Independent Non-Executive Director

    Tony began his career with Colgate Palmolive, working in the marketing area, before moving to PepsiCo where he enjoyed roles including Operations Director for Northern Europe, President of PepsiCo Asia Pacific, and President of Walkers Snack Foods. The former Chief Executive of Telewest plc, the broadband cable TV/telecoms operator, Tony left the company in 2000, following the merger with Flextech and launched a portfolio career.

    Currently the Chairman of Datalse and also Plastic Logic Ltd, Tony was formerly a former Senior Independent Director on the board of easyJet plc, is a Non-Executive Director of Northern Foods, and has worked in a variety of roles in private equity-backed companies. He also sits on the Advisory Board for the Bath University School of Management.

  • David Kelly, Independent Non-Executive Director, Camelot UK Lotteries Limited

    David Kelly

    Independent Non-Executive Director

    David is considered a key leader in the e-commerce sector, having been involved from the very early days in the UK. Most notably, he held the roles of Operations Director at Amazon from 1998 to 2000; Chief Operating Officer at Lastminute.com from 2000 to 2003; Vice President, Operations/Chief Operating Officer at eBay from 2003 to 2007; and Senior Vice President of International at Rackspace from 2010 to 2012.

    In 2007, David co-founded mydeco.com and, more recently, has built a wide portfolio of non-executive and advisory positions – including Chairman/Non-Executive Director of Love Home Swap, Pure 360 and Car Loan 4U.