Jackie Hart

Jackie Hart
With over 20 years experience working within the Criminal Justice System, Jackie managed a Throughcare project, working in partnership with Middlesex Probation Service, offering through and aftercare service to prisoners sentenced to 12 months or under. She was seconded to the Home Office and worked in the Juvenile Offenders Unit, writing Policy Guidance Notes for new juvenile sentencing options.

Having worked with offenders and their families, Jackie also worked with Victim Support National Office and managed the restructuring of Victim Support office’s and services to victims on a Borough basis. During this time, she spent a lot of time working as a Consultant in Harringey, sitting on many boards, she was also approached by the Metropolitan Police to managed their Youth Inclusion & Support Panel. This Panel was a pilot for a scheme that was rolled out Nationally. Jackie has worked with some of the most deprived families in Harringey and had a multi agency approach involving early interventions with targeted families.

After the birth of her son, she returned to Manchester to be nearer to her family and currently works at the Deanery CE High School where she held this position for over 14 years as their Learning Resource Manager. We are excited to have Jackie with us having had such an extensive wealth of knowledge.

Marcella Phelan MBE

Marcella Phelan MBE
Marcella is a Social Worker and former Assistant Director of Children’s Services at Ealing Council. Her experience includes managing Youth Services and services for looked after children and young people leaving care.

Marcella is passionate about challenging inequalities and helping young people achieve their full potential and was awarded an MBE in 2018 for services to children and young people. As Chair of Potential Youth Mentoring, she is committed to continuing to support every young person to succeed, through the range of mentoring and outreach programmes on offer.

Apay Obang-Oyway

Apay Obang-Oyway
is Director Territory Channels at Microsoft UK. He joined Microsoft from Symantec/Broadcom, where he led the EMEA Partner Ecosystem as Enterprise Director for Channels & Alliances. Before joining Symantec Apay, was Director for Cloud & Software in Northern Europe at Ingram Micro. His successes led to recognition from the Cloud Industry Forum as a Cloud Visionary of the Year for his forward-thinking adaptation to the market’s demands.

For over a decade, Apay has been helping organisations of all sizes and vertical segments get closer to their visions and goals through a digital transformation that leverages cloud technologies. Apay’s strong professional background is augmented by a solid academic foundation, including an MBA from Liverpool.

Samuel Campbell

Samuel Campbell
works as a Software Engineer. He has a degree in Software Engineering and has spent many years helping various teams to ensure that goals are achieved.

Samuel is concerned how successive generations are reacting to the previous and current trends that exist in society and the probable future effects of our collective decisions.

A self-confessed optimistic realist and truth seeker, Samuel is dedicated to ensuring that the necessary information is available and utilised, so that our collective decisions lead to universal happiness… “We need to satisfactorily understand the effects of our actions so that we can make more appropriate decisions”. His skills include Organisation, IT technical, Mediation, Problem Solving and Team Building.


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