Senior Leadership Team

St Martins Senior Leadership Team provides a wide range of specialism and experience, matched by a passion to improve the lives of individuals in our care.


Chief Executive Officer

Malcolm Campbell


Malcolm joined St Martin of Tours in January 2021 as Chief Executive Officer. With over 38 years mental health care experience, Malcolm has held senior leadership positions in both the NHS and the independent sector.

Malcolm’s experience includes roles as Director of Operations and Regional Hospital Director. Malcolm has led and managed services across a range of specialities including high, medium and low secure services, acute mental health services as well as child and adolescent mental health services.


Director of Finance

Beth Haile

BA (Hons), PGDip, FCCA

Beth is  Chartered Accountant, specialised in working within the Not for Profit sector.  She cares about making a positive difference to people’s lives and their communities.

Over the past 15 years, she has worked for various organisations ranging from £1m – £96m turnover.  At St Martins, she hold responsibilities of Finance and IT Strategy as well as being the Company Secretary.  Before she joined St Martins, she worked for the Charterhouse Charity as their  Finance Director and Company Secretary.  Beth also holds a Steering Complex Projects certificate by Cambridge Judge Business School.

Adding to her work skills, she is also a key team player in social and day-to-day life in the office. For the past 15 years, she has been involved in several cross-organisation projects including, a major office relocation, helping to establish a shared service centre, changing accounting systems, staff restructuring, helping set up the ‘Charterhouse Museum’ and a coffee shop.


Head of Operational Services

Kath Evans

BA (Hons)

As the newest member of the Senior Leadership Team, Kath joined St Martins in April 2021. Kath is an experienced Head of Department with 17 years’ experience of delivering excellence in Mental Health, Learning Disability and Registered Care settings. Kath was previously the Head of Mental Health for One Housing and brings with her extensive supported housing experience.

Kath is extremely passionate about creating safe spaces that support individuals becoming more independent. Having been a Registered Manager herself she is well aware of the needs of our CQC services and what we need to achieve an outstanding rating.


Head of Workforce and Development

Steve Hall


Steve came aboard in June 2020 as Head of Workforce and Development. Steve has worked in various HR and learning roles for over 20 years in various sectors including FMCG, healthcare and retail.

He is a qualified business coach and counsellor and specialises in cultural change and people management,


Head of Business Development and Marketing

Nick Lane

BA (Hons), PDDM

Nick joined St Martin of Tours in October 2019 as the Business Development and Marketing Executive. Nick has since moved on to become Service Development and Marketing Manager with an emphasis on strategic business guidance, digital transformation and brand development.

Nick received a Bachelor of Business (Hons) from the Queensland University of Technology in Australia with a major in Marketing and Public Relations and 1st prize in the Business Strategy Simulation for exiting students. With over 8 years’ experience working in communications for Queensland Health (state government health service in Australia), Nick provides a wealth of knowledge and experience within the health sector.

Looking to develop his business strategy and digital skills, in 2016 Nick attained a Professional Diploma in Digital Marketing and transformed a Social Media Sports Fan Page MMA Banter into a thriving media agency that achieved official accreditation and partnerships with many of the top industry promotions.

Passionate about mental health and personal recovery, Nick invested his university electives in psychology courses with the view of evolving his business skillset to make a positive difference to the mental health not-for-profit sector; and is driven to help St Martins improve the lives of vulnerable members of the community, suffering from mental health challenges.