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Vivienne Evans OBE, Chief Executive
Omar Amin, Director of Finance and Administration
Policy and Communications
Oliver Standing, Director of Policy and Communications
Alison Hill, Policy and Communications Assistant
Robert Stebbings, Policy and Communications Assistant
Emilie Frijns, Policy and Research Intern
Becky Allon-Smith, Regional Development Manager
Emma Spiegler, Family Support Development Manager (Greenwich)
Steve Curtis, Family Support Development Coordinator (Newham)
Chloe Thorogood, Youth and Community Support Worker (Newham)
Kate Sale, Family Service Development Coordinator (Essex)
Karen Evans, Kinship Care Support and Development Coordinator (Peterborough)
Katie Aston OBE (Chair) is currently a civil servant and has led on non-policy specific voluntary sector activity at the Home Office for over 10 years.
James Armstrong (Vice Chair) is Director of Marketing and Innovation at Phoenix Futures.
Richard Lambourn (Treasurer) is a Chartered Accountant.
Peter Alleyne is Head of Case Management (Discrimination Complaints), Metropolitan Police Service.
Annie Angear is a Marketing Professional at Freelance Marketing, Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent.
Sally Anthony is a Centre Manager at Hub 67, part of the East End Community Foundation.
Jane Brown is Carer services manager for the West Sussex charity, Carers Support.
Annette Dale-Perera is an independent consultant with experience of drug policy, treatment and practice in the charity sector and the NHS.
Sandra Jerrim works within an integrated commissioning unit at Southampton City CCG.
David MacKintosh is Head of Community Safety at the City of London Corporation, and the Director of the London Drug and Alcohol Policy Forum.
James Nicholls is Director of Research and Policy Development at Alcohol Research UK.
Jemma Smith is a Contact Director for Openreach BT, managing supply chain contracts with third party contractors.
Lorna Templeton is an independent research consultant in the area of addiction and families.
Edmond Yeo is a solicitor working in the in-house legal department of HMRC.