Fiona Fell

‘A shared wish to save lives and to prevent drowning is deeply motivating and draws us together.’

Portrait of RNLI trustee Fiona Fell

Photo: Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board

Fiona Fell has a wealth of governance experience, including being non-executive director in the charitable sector and Not-for-Profits. She is a NED for the Covent Garden Market Authority and CIEL (Centre of Innovation Excellence in Livestock), and member and past chair of the Farne Islands Advisory Committee to the National Trust.

In addition to governance and volunteering, Fiona’s areas of experience include marine conservation issues and communication of technical information. She previously worked as a rural veterinary surgeon.

Fiona is married and has two daughters, both of whom are competitive dinghy sailors.

Elected to the RNLI Council in 2012, Fiona has also been part of the Operations Committee since 2013. She was appointed as a Trustee in 2020.