Luke Johnson

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"Luke Johnson is the Chairman of Action on Addiction. Luke is also the Chairman of Risk Capital Partners, a private equity firm he founded in 2001. For six years until 2010 he served as Chairman of Channel 4 Television. He is Chairman/part owner of the restaurant business Giraffe, Chairman/owner of Patisserie Valerie and Chairman/part owner of Gail's. He was Chairman of PizzaExpress PLC in the 1990s. He co-founded the largest UK chain of dental surgeries, Integrated Dental Holdings. He serves as a non-executive director at Metro Bank plc, and has been chairman of the Royal Society of Arts since 2009, and chairs theatre charity Stage One. He writes a weekly essay in The Financial Times." [1]


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  1. Action on Addiction Trustees, organizational web page, accessed August 1, 2012.