Palmela is Project Manager for ‘Positive Futures Fund’, Southwark Council’s Knife Crime Community Safety programme. Palmela has over 20 years’ experience of working in local government and across the voluntary and community sector, both in a paid and a volunteer capacity, as well as an MSc in Voluntary and Community Sector Studies from Birkbeck, University of London.
Anneessa is Director of Member Services at the Community Transport Association UK and a Trustee of Wrexham Glyndwr Students’ Union. Between 2015 and 2017, Anneessa was a Youth Leadership Group Member of the Commission on Islam and Public Life; she is currently completing a Masters in People and Organisational Development at the Roffey Park Institute.
Previous work: With over 18 years brand marketing experience gained within creative agencies and in-house she has worked with a rich variety of commercial and voluntary sector organisations at both local and national level. Recent clients include The National Youth Orchestra, Battersea Arts Centre, Centre 404, The Amy Winehouse Foundation, The National Trust, Channel 4 Britdoc Foundation, TJX Europe, The YMCA, London Play and many more.
Other interests: Rosa is on the board of an award winning, youth-led, social enterprise called Fully Focused – which uses film to challenge perceptions and transform lives. She has also completed an MSc in Charity Marketing and Fundraising at Cass Business School.
He has worked in a number of positions over his career, ranging from senior positions at British Telecom, to being the Treasurer of an Oxford College – very different propositions in terms of size, scale and governance, in fact in almost every respect!
Tim works in a number of voluntary positions. He remains a school governor, and has been Treasurer and Trustee for both Oxford Youth Choir and Oxford University Rugby Football Club. He enjoys cycling and wishes he could spend more time skiing.
Sam was chief executive of Kids, a national charity for disabled children, for seven years. Prior to that he was executive director of Norwood, a Jewish charity providing services to children and adults with learning disabilities. He has a Masters degree in Public and Social Administration and a PhD in strategic decision-making in voluntary organisations.
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