Head of Service for the Curve
How I got here: Before the 14th of June, I was working for the Tri-borough councils as an Adult Social Care and then Children’s Social Care commissioner, working to deliver services for residents. Before that I was setting up and managing services in the voluntary sector across London.
I’ve been involved in the response since the night of the tragedy, initially setting up and managing the emergency grants programme and working with the community to identify ways the Council could support established and newly forming groups. I’ve been managing the Family and Friends Assistance Centre which provides specialist support to bereaved families since July and the Curve Community Centre since September.
My role: As the Head of Service for the Curve I am responsible and accountable for delivering a safe, secure and welcoming space that all local people affected by the tragedy can access, which offers quality services that reflect what local people and the wider community want. It’s my job to ensure your voice and wishes are at the heart of everything we do here.
Our team are here to help you.