Diana Jupp

Chief Executive


Diana joined Pancreatic Cancer UK in November 2017. She has over 20 years’ experience working for cancer charities. Before joining us, she worked as the interim Chief Executive at Bloodwise, a blood cancer research charity, from September 2016 having previously been their Director of Patient Experience. Prior to that Diana worked at Breast Cancer Care for 19 years, with her last role being Director of Services and Campaigns.

With a background in medical anthropology, Diana is passionate about ensuring that Pancreatic Cancer UK work and vision is grounded and guided by people’s experience of pancreatic cancer. She sits on the World Pancreatic Cancer Coalition and is a keen cyclist.

Sue Collins

Director of Fundraising, Marketing and Communications


Sue joined Pancreatic Cancer UK in October 2016. She specialises in working with non-profit organisations on their fundraising strategies.  She worked in-house in the voluntary sector for 18 years, holding senior fundraising, marketing and management roles – before moving into consultancy in 2010.  Since then she has worked alongside a number of charities – large and small, national and local – focussing largely on their high-value and corporate programmes to deliver a step change in income.  She also has experience as a CR consultant working with leading companies in developing and delivering their community investment programmes, giving her a unique perspective on funders’ objectives and requirements.

Anna Jewell

Director of Support, Research and Influencing


Anna joined Pancreatic Cancer UK in 2010 and is responsible for the services, research and campaigning activities of the charity. Anna was originally Head of Services for the charity and set up Pancreatic Cancer UK’s Support Line, information, face to face services and programme of study days. Anna is Chair of the ‘Less Survivable Cancer’s Taskforce’ a coalition of charities which works together to call for greater government prioritisation of these cancers.  Anna was a lay member of the NICE Guidelines committee for pancreatic cancer, and is currently a lay member of the HPB Clinical Reference Group for NHS England. Anna has worked within the charity sector for 20 years and previously managed policy and campaigning activity at Breast Cancer Care and Prostate Cancer UK working to improve patient care for these two patient groups, in particular services for patients with metastatic disease. She has a background in health promotion and health education and social anthropology.

Angela Davis

Angela Davis

Director of Finance and Corporate Services


Angela joined Pancreatic Cancer UK in September 2016, with over 20 years’ experience in the charity sector, of which 11 has been spent in financial leadership in cancer charities. Before this, Angela worked for CLIC Sargent, who support children and young people with cancer, as Head of Finance, and has previously worked for Marie Curie as Financial Controller and then interim CFO. Angela has also worked in arts and property regeneration charities and additionally as a consultant.

Angela’s background is in accountancy, economics and business studies. She is a Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute, and has served other charitable organisations as a trustee, including the Kent Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre as Vice Chair. Angela believes strongly in principles of good governance, integrity and efficiency in charity operations, and in her spare time is a keen musician, cook and dog-lover.