Amanpreet AhluwaliaHead of Research and Organisational Development
Andrea ConstantinouProject Support Worker, People’s Choice
Benji LanzkronSafe Places Co-ordinator, People’s Choice
Caroline CollierChief Executive Officer
Daniella TramontanoLibrary Officer
Emma HatfieldDevelopment Worker, Barnet Giving
Jonathan JonesCommunications Lead, Trust Wide Enablement Partnership
Mahmuda MurshedTeam Leader, People’s Choice
Mary DoyleService Manager, Touchpoint
Michelle BurkeLead Project Support Worker, People’s Choice
Nick BlackLibrary Manager
Patricia SalemAdministration Assistant
Rebecca SareHead of Services
Ruth CarterAdvocacy Officer, People's Choice
Simone GallowayVolunteer Coordinator, Touchpoint
Aman joined Inclusion Barnet in May 2016. Before this, she had worked all over the world experimenting with different forms of community empowerment, leadership development and equalities practice.
Aman always harnessed her own lived experience to do this work in a ‘peer’ way.
She is passionate about taking a thoughtful approach to leadership; especially when it comes to thinking critically about translating personal and organisational values into everyday practice and organisational systems.
She feels lucky that she gets to do this work with Inclusion Barnet.
Andrea has worked for Inclusion Barnet for 8 years supporting employees with learning disabilities.
Andrea got her first job supporting people with learning disabilities back in 2001, as she wanted to do something valuable for others.
Working at Inclusion Barnet has given Andrea many enjoyable opportunities.
Benji has worked for People’s Choice for 18 years and Inclusion Barnet for 6 years.
His current job is Safe Places Co-ordinator and he is enjoying expanding the scheme across the Borough.
Benji likes working for Inclusion Barnet because every day is different.
Caroline joined Barnet Centre for Independent Living in November 2010.
She supported its board to create Inclusion Barnet as a new charity run for and by Deaf and Disabled People, which started delivering services in 2016.
She has previously worked as a librarian, and as a writer and editor, and enjoys using all the skills acquired in different roles to deliver user led services for disabled people.
Daniela Tramontano manages shifts at both East Barnet and South Friern Public Libraries, having started as one of the very first volunteers when Inclusion Barnet went into partnership with Barnet Libraries in April 2017.
Daniela is originally from Naples, Italy, where she graduated in Japanese Literature, before living for many years in Japan, where she taught Italian, including on a regular TV slot.
Emma Hatfield joined Inclusion Barnet as a volunteer in 2011 before becoming the office coordinator.
Emma previously worked in book publishing but after receiving some fantastic assistance while being ill she decided she wanted to help others on their journey to recovery.
She believes the right kind of support can have a positive impact on people’s lives and is dedicated to ensuring everyone gets the help they need.
Jonathan joined Inclusion Barnet in April 2018.
With a background in charity, not-for-profit communications and stakeholder engagement, his previous roles include Stakeholder Communications Manager at the Health and Care Professions Council and Communications Manager at the horticultural therapy charity, Thrive.
Jonathan brings his passion for accessible and compelling communication and lived experience of mental ill-health to his role at Inclusion Barnet.
Mahmuda joined Inclusion Barnet in April 2012 when People’s Choice became part of Inclusion Barnet.
She originally worked as Chief Executive using her peer experience to be a self-advocacy officer for parents with learning difficulties.
Mahmuda enjoys working in a user-led organisation and helping others to find their voice.
Mary joined Inclusion Barnet in August 2018 following the launch of the Touchpoint Service.
Previously Mary had a 25+ year career in technology, supporting worldwide payments systems and ensuring excellent customer service was delivered. As a wheelchair user and with lived experience of mental health issues, Mary has also volunteered for many years supporting people to achieve their full potential. She is now a fully trained coach and is driven to remove the misunderstandings that surround long-term conditions, in daily life.
Mary is passionate about people being proud of their differences and having a greater understanding of the social and commercial benefits of a more inclusive and compassionate world.
Michelle joined Inclusion Barnet in August 2016, having worked in the disability sector for 20 years.
For the past 10 years she has worked for Disabled People’s Organisations and the voluntary sector in various roles, mainly with people with learning disabilities and mental health difficulties.
Michelle also has personal experience of disability and is a parent carer.
She chose to work for Inclusion Barnet as a committed advocate for the rights of disabled people who often face unnecessary discrimination and lack of support.
Nick joined Inclusion Barnet in April 2017 when they went into partnership with Barnet Libraries to run both South Friern and East Barnet public libraries.
Prior to this, he worked for many years at Barnet & Southgate College, delivering beginners IT classes in several Barnet library branches.
Nick is a fervent supporter of public libraries and was excited to join Inclusion Barnet in their venture to maintain and extend the inclusive, life enriching services they offer.
Patricia joined Inclusion Barnet in April 2018. She has a background in teaching at Primary level working with children special educational needs.
Patricia spent a few years working on her recovery after experiencing a stroke and has now found a great and welcoming place to work.
Rebecca joined Inclusion Barnet when Barnet Voice for Mental Health became part of the charity in October 2017.
Rebecca worked in advertising before deciding she wanted to put her lived experience of mental health difficulties to better use.
She is passionate about the power of peer support and developing a greater understanding of what makes peer support effective.
Ruth has worked as an Advocacy Officer for many years now and really enjoys it. Ruth likes working for Inclusion Barnet because she likes to help people that have very low communication levels to speak up for themselves.
Ruth also likes to raise money for charity and recently did her first fundraising for a local charity called Action For Kids, where she did a 5K run.
Biography coming soon!