Our Trustees

 
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Diana Fawcett - Chair of Trustees

Diana is Chief Officer at Victim Support, having spent eight years as Operations Director at Shelter. Before that, Diana worked for four local authorities and three housing associations in a range of housing and community services roles. She has lived in Lewisham for 20 years.

 
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Pawan Dhillon - Secretary

After graduating as an engineer, Pawan moved from his native India to the UK for further studies. He gained Master’s degree in Energy, Trade and Finance and qualified as a chartered accountant two years ago.

 
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Mike Brooks - treasurer

Mike is a Chartered Accountant and Chartered Tax Adviser. He currently acts as independent examiner for several charities in South East London.

 
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Jill Rutter

Jill lives in Forest Hill and is director of strategy at the immigration think tank, British Future. Previously, she was a senior research fellow in migration at the Institute for Public Policy Research and has also worked at the Refugee Council. She has written extensively on migration and is a trustee of the Migration Museum Project.

 
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Bronwen James

Bronwen is a Lewisham resident and fundraising consultant. She has experience developing programmes and sustainable income for charities across the social welfare, health, environment, heritage and arts sectors. Bronwen has been a trustee of LRMN since Jan 2016.

 

Joanna Kindeberg

Joanna works as a Senior Communications Officer for the Green Party. She has several years of experience in digital communications and occasionally writes for the media. Originally from Sweden, she’s lived in Lewisham for 7 years and has previously studied and worked at Goldsmiths, University of London in New Cross. 

 
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emma airewele

Emma has worked for charities and an NGO for over 8 years, including Victim Support and Médecins Sans Frontières. Emma is a HR professional and is motivated by knowing that she’s contributing to improving the lives of the most vulnerable in the world. Emma believes that every life matters in the world, that all children are precious and should all be provided with the same opportunities in life, and that refugees and migrants have a lot to contribute if provided with the necessary support and opportunities.

Emma was appointed a trustee member in April 2017 and is humbled to be part of LRMN; ‘a charity with exceptional people, that have great ambitions to improve the quality of life for refugee adults, children, and vulnerable migrants.’

 

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Friends of LRMN

In addition to our Trustees, we have a number of regular supporters part of our Friends of LRMN Scheme

Amina Ismail

Lydia Abu

Marian Cramers

Ruth Bonser