Mark Prince: KPF Founder


Mark is the founder and executive director of the KPF. Click here to read all about Mark.





Jon and Denese: KPF Fundraisers


Jon: Huge sports fan, particularly boxing. Ex youth football coach and Long suffering QPR season ticket holder. Have a successful passion for events organising and PR, looking after elite male and female professional and amateur boxers.

Denese: Former Youth worker, lifeguard & Watford ladies footballer. Denese spent many enjoyable years in the leisure industry before forging a career in banking. After taking up Kickboxing a couple of years ago she is one step away from her black belt and would then like to coach the sport.


Danny Simpson: Charity Patron

“If I can help the foundation then that’s what I want to do.”dannysimp

Simpson, who grew up in Salford, Manchester, added: “As a kid, I was around this sort of thing. Kiyan was only 15 when this happened, an absolute tragedy. People need to be aware of what is happening on our streets. We need to do all we can to reduce knife and gun crime as much as possible.

“As a young footballer with a background that is familiar with this, I want to help raise awareness. If I can go to schools to do that, then that’s what I’d like to do. Even if only a few people listen to me and change their way of thinking, then I’ll feel I have done my bit.”

“I couldn’t imagine going through what Mark has gone through, and what he continues to go through,” Simpson said.


Leon McKenzie: Charity Patron


The reason The Kiyan Prince Foundation has a place in my heart is because of my good friend and big brother Mark Prince, who’s an inspiration to me with his work towards changing things especially after his son was murdered.

He shows the strength to not give up & continues to support others.

Kiyan was a kid that had the ability to be a professional footballer but had his life cut short. Im honored to represent Kiyan’s foundation & for it to become part of my journey too.


Mitchell Smith: Charity Patron


Naturally I often get asked who my sporting hero is, and in all honesty, i don’t have one. Actually meeting Mark and finding out first hand what he’s been through and understanding the positivity Mark and the Foundation represent, has had a real impact on me.

I am only a young man but I have realised that working with The KPF I can try and play a tiny part towards helping Mark create his legacy he deserves in his son’s name.


Joe Jessup: Newsletter Editor


Joe is a 23-year old Journalism graduate from Northampton, where he graduated in 2014 with a 2:1. My love of sport has never left me and throughout my studies, I specialise in sports reporting – whether it is boxing, tennis, football, golf, cricket etc




Andreas Scaringella


Andrea Scaringella, Scari, was born in Milan, Italy. In 2001 he moved to London where he is now based, working as a freelance photographer.

His reportage has been published in various British and international publications and exhibited in solo and group shows. He has collaborated with various NGOs, such as Platform, and Friends of the Earth, and Stepping Stones.

Aside from photo assignments he works and collaborates on a freelance basis with companies such “The Challenge Network NCS and BEP developing tailor-made photographic workshops for young people who mostly falling into the category of Not in Employment, Education or Training (NEETs), and Young Offenders.


Sean Ryder: Sports Psychologist


In addition to a BSc degree in Sport Science and a Master’s Degree in Sport Psychology, I have over 15 years experience working in sport and business and with clients ranging from professional athletes to blue-chip companies.




Tom Konig


Associate specialist surgeon in Trauma, Vascular and General surgery
Pre hospital care doctor with London Air Ambulance
Knowledge of health care in austere and arduous environments
Trauma teaching to civilians, military, law enforcement, undergraduate and post graduate
Interested in damage control surgery, traumatic resuscitation, resuscitative thoracotomy and many aspects of trauma care.


Chris Magee


Multi-discipline policy, media and comms consultation with a focus on crime, planning and science. Specializing in;

  • Crisis Comms
  • Policy development
  • PR and Public Affairs consultancy
  • Public consultation
  • Risk assessment


Moore Stephens: Charity Supporters


Moore Stephens is working with KPF because we have a great respect and appreciation of all the work being by Mark Prince and the foundation and strongly believe that the more young people are made aware of the consequence of knife crime, the sooner it can be eradicated.

We have a long association with Queens Park Rangers Football Club, who are also a great supporter of the KPF, and believe that everyone has a duty to keep our young people safe.


Board Of Trustees


Tracey Cumberbatch

Tracey is the mother of Kiyan Prince.





Kofi Owusu Bempah

Kofi is a solicitor  and works in the London office of Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe (Europe) LLP.





David McQueen

David is the founder of Magnificent Minds a professional development company, focusing on leadership and presentation skills training.





Juliet Coley

Julie is a Senior Deputy Headteacher at school in North London that has achieved the government’s OFSTED Outstanding status on three consecutive occasions.