Meet Our Trustees
I have lived in the local community all my life, and worked with children and families for over 17 years As an Early years Educator. I am currently working as a freelance Early years music leader, delivering music sessions to parents and children age 0-5 years. I am also a freelance spoken word performance artist, who regularly, performs, at local festivals and events, ‘Poet In Residence’. I am passionate about the work carried out by Tell It Parents Network, because of the close links it has within the local community, and also because myself, and my daughter have both benefited from the services provided, including the Women’s groups, Mother and baby groups,for young parents as well as housing advice and support, to name but a few. Louise Isaac
I am multimedia photographer and activist . My work looks at social issues. I have an interest in how the media is used to bring about social change and empower people.
Having been a previous service user of Tell it, I am testimony to how life changing it can be, I know it changed my life. The services available through the organisation are gold, and much needed in our community. Patricia N’gang’a
I am a singer song/screenwriter, producer and actor. I also run a recording studio from which I do mentoring with a wide range of young people. I have been working with young and older people in the community for a number of years and got involved with Tell It when I was making a short film in the local area. I am a big supporter of community projects and working with the Tell It team has been very inspiring and rewarding for both me and the many clients. Noel McKoy
Meet our Project Director
Angela has a background in education with over 20 years experience of teaching both primary and adult education. She is the mother of two teenagers and left the primary classroom when her children were very young. She made a smooth transition to adult teaching because of her innate ability to teach people, not subjects. Angela hasn’t ventured far from the area she was born and raised in and this contributes to her strong sense of community.She has served on many school governing bodies and during her last 4 year term she served as Chair of Governors at her children’s school. She then went on to be a part of a local neighbourhood forum which resulted in her leading a two year campaign to set up London’s first parish council. In 2014 when the Queen’s Park Community Council was legislated into being, she served as the founding chair for the first two years.
Over the last six years, Angela has used both her educational and community focused expertise to develop the work of Tell It Parents Network. Her unwavering commitment and dedication has recently resulted in Tell It’s successful registration as Charitable Incorporated Organisation.