Nick McGeorge – Life PresidentNick website photo

President of NFS Mediation, is a mediator, RJ practitioner  and a Chartered Psychologist. A regular visitor to North Carolina, USA he is a practicing Restorative Justice mediator in the states criminal districts courts. Formerly principal psychologist for the three Isle of Wight prisons. He was a New Forest District Councillor and chair of the Council’s Community Safety Working Party for six years, and is as an active local council member. A founder trustee and treasurer of the Restorative Justice Consortium and represents the Quakers at the United Nations Criminal Justice and Crime Prevention Commission. He arranged the first workshop presentation to be made on RJ at the UN Congress on the Prevention of Crime and Treatment of Offenders in 1990. He helped draft the UN Guidelines on RJ which came into effect in 2002.

Daniel Nother – Chairman

A barrister who has spent over 25 years practicing civil and common law including matters involving children, family finance and in the Court of Protection (relating to people who lack the mental capacity to make a decision for themselves). He is deputy head of his chambers in Southampton. Since 2019 he has sat as a deputy (part-time) district judge dealing with civil, children and family finance cases. He is qualified as a civil mediator and as an arbitrator of private law children disputes.

Michael Joseph 

Michael has spent all his life in the Shoe Trade, latterly importing nearly everything.  He is well travelled.  Since retirement and return to his birth county, he has continued as a Magistrate and retired after 35 years on the Bench.  Now a Churchwarden at Durweston, Steward at Salisbury Cathedral, and Chairman at the Shaftesbury Bridge Club. 

Jo Findon

A mediator who specialises in family and community disputes. Her career began as a family solicitor but she has also worked outside of the law in the field of marketing.  As a mediator, Jo is committed to resolving disputes in a way that minimises the impact of conflict on all parties whilst providing practical and positive outcomes. When not working she enjoys time with her young family and is a member of a local running club.

Mike Tyler

Studied humanities before becoming a Chartered Valuation Surveyor. He has worked in the Civil Service, BP plc, and as a self-employed consultant. Work related experience of litigation led to an interest in alternative dispute solutions. He has been a Relate Counsellor and a CEDR Accredited mediator. Now retired and convinced of the value of restorative approaches to resolving conflict he works as a community mediator with NFSM.  He is a Trustee of the charity New Forest Quaker Care Home Limited in New Milton and a former Trustee Director of BP Pension Trustees Limited.

David Walker 

David has worked as an assessment officer with NFS Mediation on a part time basis and currently undertakes mediations. He has worked with over 200 households in his role. David is also a qualified mediator & RJ practitioner with over 100 cases completed. David takes his role as one of our peer mentors for our mediators seriously, assisting in their continued to development. David also assists with the delivery of our training courses in particular the OCN Mediator skills course.

Tim Mynott – Treasurertim mynott photo

Treasurer of NFSM, Tim is a chartered accountant having qualified in the City with Mazars and worked for KPMG in London and Johannesburg.  Tim moved into industry in 1984 and has been finance director of several well known companies on the south coast including the Hendy Group.  Tim is currently part time finance director for five companies and specialises in developing business plans and buying and selling businesses for clients.  Tim is Hon. Treasurer for several local charities and not-for-profit organisations in and around Salisbury where he lives, is a steward at Salisbury Cathedral, and remains a keen participating sportsman in cricket, golf and tennis.