Born in Scotland, she is the daughter of a Supermarine Spitfire pilot, and youngest of three daughters. Frew was educated at an all-girls convent in Norwich (Sacred Heart of Jesus), before graduating from University of Strathclyde.
Since 2000 and based in London, she has become a non-executive director of various commercial organisations; as well as a pro bono non-executive director of various artistic organisations, including the Donmar Warehouse and the Gate Theatre.
Frew is a non-executive director of: Lloyds Banking Group; Aberdeen Asset Management; IMI plc; Ansbacher Holdings; Securities Trust of Scotland; Northumbrian Water; Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO; STOS plc; The City of London Investment Trust Plc; Archant; NXT Plc.
Frew has one son, who is a diplomat.
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