This month, we’d like to introduce Agne, who joined our Healthwatch Barking and Dagenham team in July as an Engagement and Project Officer. If you live in the borough, you might have met her already when she’s been out and
This month, we’d like to introduce Sunita, who first came to us two years ago as a Parent Champion with our Champions Support Network, providing guidance to parents and carers. She’s now a Support Worker, assisting and encouraging other Parent
This month, we’d like to introduce Royston, an incredibly dedicated Youth Development Worker within our SW!TCH team and one of our Parent Champion Co-ordinators. Royston has a wealth of experience and melds his two disciplines with infinite precision. We hope
This month, we’re delighted to introduce two recent additions to our SW!TCH team, Dara and Sara. They first came to us as mentees through the SW!TCH, before rising to the challenge and supporting other young people as SW!TCH Ambassadors. Now
We’re excited to welcome Ruth to the LifeLine team, where she’ll be guiding our youth work and the SW!TCH programme as our new Head of Young People’s Services.
We hope you enjoy getting to know Ruth as much as we did!
We are excited to welcome Anistasia to the LifeLine team, who will be working on our new capacity-building SW!TCH Communities programme in the local area. We hope you enjoy getting to know Ani as much as we did!
We are very pleased to welcome Fatma to the LifeLine team as manager of our Little Learners Nursery and Pre-School in Ilford. Fatma joins a great team who will continue the Little Learners mission: leading the way, learning through play.
Manisha was born in India and came to the UK when she was two along with her parents and siblings. My parents have influenced the person I have become; coming to a new country, finding a job and becoming part
David was born and brought up in Lewisham, London. Although both his parents were born in Jamaica, he has managed to trace within his family a Cuban and Chinese ancestry line. His parents had a strong work ethic and expected