Wellbeing of Women

Sir Victor is Chairman of Wellbeing of Women, a charity devoted to improving the health of women and babies.

It raises money to invest in medical research and the development of specialist doctors and nurses working in the field of reproductive health.

Every year Sir Victor hosts a cricket tournament, featuring legends of the game such as Ian Botham, Michael Atherton and Shane Warne, to raise funds for the charity. Over the years, the match has raised more than £5m.

Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG)

Sir Victor is the Chairman of the health research charity, as well as an Honorary Fellow and a Patron of the Royal College.

The Royal College members work in the field of obstetrics and gynaecology (pregnancy, childbirth, and female sexual and reproductive health.)

RCOG is dedicated to “improving sexual and reproductive healthcare worldwide.”

Social Mobility Foundation

Sir Victor recently became Chairman of the Social Mobility Foundation (SMF). The foundation was formed to support high-achieving young people from low-income backgrounds into the top universities and professions.

University College School

In his role as Chairman of the Council, Sir Victor brought his considerable experience to the University College School (UCS). UCS is an Independent school charity founded in 1830 by University College London.

It is renowned for maintaining the institution’s progressive and secular views and according to the Good Schools Guide, “Achieves impressive exam results with a relaxed atmosphere.”

Jewish Leadership Council

Sir Victor is the Vice President of the Jewish Leadership Council. Formed in 2003, as the Jewish Community Leadership Council, the JLC brings together the most senior lay leaders of the major institutions in each sector of UK Jewish life.

Oxford Philomusica

Sir Victor is the Vice-President of the Oxford Philomusica. The orchestra has been firmly committed to education and community work from its earliest days, bringing music to the widest possible range of audiences – often outside the traditional concert venue – to schools, hospitals, community centres and retirement homes.