CEO: Tina Mayers
Assistant Manager: Bernice Gbegbe (Maternity Leave May 2017 - May 2018)
Assistant Manager: Megan Jones (Maternity Cover to June 2018)
Administrator: Beatrice Panduru ( Temp to May 2018)
Early Years Practitioners: Mehrun Karim, Carrie McGrath, Andrulla Apostoli, Marissa Lagraa, Marti Buenaventura
After School Practitioners: Alex Freitas, Jahmillia Whyte,
Holiday Workers: Richard Freitas, Daniel Hancox
Finance: Barbara Lambert
Tracy Webb: Chair
Tracy grew up in South Wales and studied History at the University of Warwick. Upon graduating she moved to Yorkshire and began a career in healthcare management. Tracy worked for the NHS for 10 years, firstly as a manager in Leeds Teaching Hospitals and then as a Policy lead in NHS England. Tracy currently works as a Senior Improvement Fellow at the Health Foundation, based in central London. In her spare time Tracy enjoys running and watching welsh rugby!
Monika Szulak: Treasurer
Monika came to England fro Hungary 20 years ago and is our parent representative on the board of trustees as well as being a valued member of the board in her own right. Monika has a degree in accountancy which she studied for whilst living the experiences the families we work with deal with on a daily basis and bringing up her young son. This has allowed her the opportunity to offer support to the project as our treasurer. Monika received support from the project to complete her studies. She is currently working as a receptionist at the Masbro Children's Centre
Mark Poole: Director
Mark studied Business and Finance at Manchester and spent ten years work in the music industry in sales and marketing before moving to De Beers in an international business development role. He now works in Retail Relations for Westfield London, keeping the retailers happy. In his spare time, Mark enjoys cycling and making the most of everything London has to offer. Mark has always been keen to play an active role on the community he lives and works in and the recent tragedy at Grenfell Tower, showed how important it was for people to come together, not just in times of crisis, but each and every day.
Alarys Gibson: Secretary
After graduating from Oxford with a degree in Languages, and subsequently training as a secondary school teacher at London University, Alarys had a career in international advertising and marketing in London and Paris before starting up her own headhunting company. In parallel she worked as a volunteer counsellor with Childline before taking on a paid role there. She has subsequently worked in publishing which dovetails neatly into her personal love of literature, particularly writing on women and family issues. Her greatest loves, however, are her baby grandson and dog, with both of whom she spends as much time as possible!
Fred Morgan: Director
I have run the English department (of ten other teachers) for the past three years so oversee the provision of the English curriculum to all students from years 7 - 13. As a long time resident of Shepherd's Bush, I would like to contribute to the community in a more vital way than I currently do. As a teacher (of over 10 years experience in the state sector) I understand the dire need for some children and families to have a safe and nurturing space they can attend after school in order to complete work and connect with others. I have volunteered at a number of community outreach projects run by the school, including weekly youth club for students, daily homework clubs for SEN students and a daily breakfast club.