Trevor Phillips Biography
Trevor Phillips is a British writer and broadcaster, he presented Trevor Phillips on Sunday, a Sunday morning talk show on Sky News, from 2021 to 2022. Phillips was appointed head of the Commission for Racial Equality (CRE) by Prime Minister Tony Blair in 2003 and was the chairman of its successor, the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC), from 2007 to 2012.
Trevor Phillips Age
He was born on 31st December, 1953, Islington, London, England.
Trevor Phillips Height
He stand at a height of 5 feet and 10 inches.
Trevor Phillips Education
He attended Wood Green County Grammar School on White Hart Lane, but took his A-levels at Queen’s College in Georgetown, Guyana. He returned to England to study at Imperial College London, where he obtained a BSc degree in chemistry in 1975.
Trevor Phillips Spouse
Phillips is married to Asha Phillips, a Parsi child psychotherapist with Indian ancestry in 1981. Asha Phillips is a child psychotherapist trained at the Tavistock Clinic, She has worked for Education and Social Services and in a hospital Paediatric Department and Special Care Baby Unit. At present she works privately, seeing children, families and couples. She regularly teaches and lectures at home and abroad. She is also a Mindfulness teacher.
Trevor Phillips Children
Phillips and Asha have two daughters, one of whom, Sushila, died in April 2021 after a 22-year battle with anorexia.
Trevor Phillips Career
From 2021 to 2022, Phillips covered for Sophy Ridge’s Sky News Sunday morning programme Sophy Ridge on Sunday whilst she was on maternity leave. His programme was temporarily rebranded as Trevor Phillips on Sunday.
Phillips worked initially as a researcher for London Weekend Television (LWT), before being promoted to head of current affairs in 1992, remaining in the post until 1994. He produced and presented The London Programme for LWT and has worked on projects for the BBC and Channel 4. With his brother, the crime writer Mike Phillips, he wrote Windrush: The Irresistible Rise of Multi-racial Britain (1998, HarperCollins, ISBN 0-00-255909-9). He has won three Royal Television Society (RTS) awards, including Documentary Series of the Year for Windrush in 1999. He is a Vice President of the RTS.
In March 2015, Channel 4 aired Things We Won’t Say About Race, a feature-length documentary written and presented by Phillips and co-produced by Pepper Productions and Outline Productions. Phillips was invited to analyse and interpret the survey for the documentary What British Muslims Really Think aired April 2016, which followed similar themes to Things We Won’t Say About Race relating to exploring racial truths through statistics.
Phillips is chairman of Green Park Interim and Executive Recruitment, director of Webber Phillips, a data analytics provider. He was the cofounder and director of Pepper Productions, an independent television production company, now dormant following the demise of co-founder Charles Armitage. He has been a member of the board of the Barbican Arts Centre, the Council of Aldeburgh Music, and a trustee of the Social Mobility Foundation, among other charities.
After retirement, he continued to chair numerous corporate and social boards. Phillips was the President of the Partnership Council of the John Lewis Partnership from 2015 to 2019 and was the first external appointment for the role since 1928.
Trevor Phillips Salary
Trevor annual salary is estimated to be USD 100,000.
Trevor Phillips Net worth
His net worth is estimated to be USD 3 million.
Trevor Phillips Instagram
He does have not have Instagram account.