Organising Committee

The Invictus Games is an initiative of The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry, in partnership with the Ministry of Defence. The event is being organised by a specially formed committee supported by the delivery team from the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

These Committee members have far reaching experience in the military, communications, business and sports, and all are deeply passionate about the vision of the Invictus Games and the positive impact it will have on members of the Armed Forces.

Board members

  • Prince Harry

    Prince Harry was inspired to bring the Invictus Games to London after visiting the US Warrior Games in 2013. The Prince sees the Games as an important part of a broader legacy of support, through a combination of on-going care, training and employment opportunities, to the well-being of those men and women who have served their country.

  • Sir Keith Mills GBE

    Sir Keith Mills is the former deputy chairman of the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games. He founded Air Miles International and is formerly Chairman of Loyalty Management Group Ltd, the company which owns and manages the Nectar programme. Sir Keith is Chairman of the charitable sport for development Sported Foundation and a Trustee of the Royal Academy.

  • Sara Donaldson OBE

    Sara Donaldson is the Strategy Director at Unspun and has overseen the delivery of many of the UK’s highest profile sporting campaigns and media launches. Sara was the Chief Operating Officer of the Production Company for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Opening and Closing Ceremonies.

  • Lieutenant General Andrew Gregory CB

    General Andrew Gregory is a serving Army Officer and is the Chief of Defence Personnel, with responsibility for People policy for Service Personnel, MOD Civil Servants and Veterans, including the Defence Recovery Capability for wounded, injured and sick Service Personnel. He represents Defence on the Invictus Games Board.

  • Debbie Jevans CBE

    Debbie Jevans is the CEO of England Rugby 2015.  She was formerly Director of Sport for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.  Debbie is also a member of the All England Lawn Tennis Club's Committee of Management and Championships Committee, as well as a Sport England Board member.

  • Edward Lane Fox

    Edward Lane Fox is a former captain in the Household Cavalry who served in Bosnia and Iraq. After leaving the Army he worked at financial communications firm, RLM Finsbury, before joining the staff of the Royal Household in 2013.

  • Terry Miller

    Terry Miller was general counsel for the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games. Prior to joining LOCOG Terry spent 17 years at Goldman Sachs in London as a partner and international general counsel. She was awarded an OBE in the 2013 New Year’s Honours List for her services to the London 2012 Games.

  • Guy Monson

    Guy Monson has been chief investment officer at Sarasin & Partners LLP since 1997 and a managing partner at the company since 2008. He is a trustee of The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry.

  • Roger Mosey

    Roger Mosey was the BBC's Director of London 2012 Olympic Games coverage and former BBC editorial director. He is now master of Selwyn College, Cambridge.

  • General Sir Nick Parker KCB CBE

    General Sir Nick Parker is a former British Army officer who served as Commander Land Forces (formerly Commander-in-Chief, Land Forces). He was also charged with organising the military support provided by the Armed Forces during the London 2012 Games.

  • Mary Reilly

    Mary Reilly is a chartered accountant and former Partner at Deloitte LLP. She was previously Chair of the London Development Agency and was also on the Board of the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games.

  • Chris Townsend OBE

    Chris Townsend was the Commercial Director for the London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games where he was responsible for raising £2.4 billion pounds for LOCOG as well as sponsorship, ticketing and licensing. He previously worked at BSkyB and Transport for London and is now Chief Executive of BDUK, the Government’s rural broadband project and Executive Board Director of DCMS.