Timothy Hornsby "is Chair of the National Lottery Commission, responsible for regulating Camelot and managing the competition for the new licence: Chairman of the Horniman Museum, which has a major collection of natural history specimens, ethnography and musical instruments: Chair of the Public Fundraising Regulatory Association: and Chair of the Harkness Fellows Association, devoted to Anglo-American relations. He was Chief Executive of the National Lottery Charities Board, Chief Executive of the Royal Borough of Kingston, Director General of the Nature Conservancy Council and before that held a series of posts in the civil service, including Director of Rural Affairs and Conservation. He is a Director of the Charles Darwin Trust, a member of the Parliamentary Champions Awards Steering Committee, and a Trustee of FIELD. He read history at Oxford University, and at Harvard and Columbia, and subsequently held academic posts in the United States and at Oxford." 
- Trustee, Foundation for International Environmental Law and Development 
- Trustee, International Institute for Environment and Development
- Trustee, Royal Botanic Gardens 
- Former Cahir, National Lottery Commission
"He was, from 1995 until his retirement in 2001, Chief Executive of the National Lottery Charities Board (NLCB), now the Big Lottery Fund. Prior to this he was Chief Executive of the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames from 1991 to 1995. He has held senior appointments at HM Treasury and the Department of the Environment in a civil service career spanning 1965 to 1991. He was also Director General of the Nature Conservancy Council from 1988-1991."