Philip Nash has been a Trustee of the British Tinnitus Association since 2011 and serves on several sub committees.

He spent many years in a variety of industries worldwide in both the public and private sectors.  Such as the Project Director for Newcastle Hospital’s Private Finance Initiative (PFI), a large expansion and amalgamation scheme for the country’s second largest NHS Trust, and a Director of Kingston Hospital PFI.   Following his full-time career, with no new power stations on the horizon, he became a consultant for an environment and engineering firm, an energy company and a member of the Royal Academy of Engineering Marine Propulsion Working Group.

Philip’s career as a Project Director spanned oil and gas developments, power plants, climate change and infrastructure projects for airports, including a post as Director and General Manager of a power company.  He has served on a number of industry committees.  He participated as an elected public governor for the North Hampshire and Basingstoke NHS Foundation Trust, serving on the Audit, Membership and Communication and Remuneration Committees.

His interests include classical music, engineering, history and rugby.  He is on the committee of his local University of the Third Age (U3a).  Married, with a son and a daughter, he lives in Hampshire.