Felicity Chadwick-Histed

Felicity Chadwick-Histed brings to the Royal Air Force Charitable Trust board her experience from a career in income generation and marketing in both the corporate and charity sectors.

Felicity grew up with tales of her Grandfather's experience as an MC-winning Royal Flying Corps pilot in World War 1, and his decades in the RAF thereafter, and of her Great Uncle who was lost in 1943 when a Flight Engineer in a Halifax. It is because of this, and recent connections with London Wing's Air Cadets, that supporting the RAF community is important to Felicity, especially those in need plus the young people and Cadets who will form the RAF's future.

She has 25 years charity board governance experience, 30 years working in income generation and fundraising in both commercial and charitable organisations; plus experience of founding and running companies and charities. Extra RAF connections come through Felicity's extensive City of London network, where she is a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Glovers.

Felicity is passionate about helping the Trust promote, support and encourage future young people to achieve their potential through the charity's work.