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Trustees

Clair Johnson

Clair is the Chief Executive of Bexley Women's Aid.

Juli Atkinson

Juli is the Parent Participation Co-ordinator for Bexley Voice, supporting families of children with special/additional needs and disabilities. She is also the Treasurer for Bexley National Autistic Society.

Lisa Hancock

Lisa is the organisation development lead in a small transformation team which works across the Bexley and Greenwich System. She has more than 15 years’ experience working in health, with background in dietetics and coaching. Lisa is passionate about creating strong and vibrant communities, using an asset-based approach.

Ms. Amma Manso

Amma is a Business Intelligence professional specialising in Information Technology and Cyber Security.
Using data analytics Amma is able to support and facilitate organisations wanting to make better strategic business decision based on data.
Amma mentors university students and also provides career advice to women who have recently transitioned into a career in technology.

Ms. Sue Quirk

Sue has had a long career in primary education including as a headteacher and she is a published author. She is passionate about supporting the work of the voluntary sector and is keen to contribute to a culture where everyone regardless of background, is valued, has a voice and is given opportunities to develop their particular talents and skills in order to benefit their local communities.

Nigel Adams

Nigel works with Cruse Bereavement Care

Sophie Leedham

Sophie is a long term champion of community and voluntary action to build safe, healthy, cohesive and successful places to live. She is proud to lead on resident involvement at a large housing association. She has a background in market research, social policy, community development and coproduction in the public, private and not for profit sectors. Throughout her career, Sophie has been dedicated to ensuring that good policy, practice and governance is informed by drawing on the diverse experiences and expertise of the people it serves.

Tania Bushell

Tania has been the CEO of the Bexley Deaf Centre since 2015. She enjoys supporting the governance and procedures of small organisations. She is passionate about football and is currently playing for the England Women’s Walking Football team.