Staff

Sue Miller - Whitechapel Mission
Sue
Centre Manager
020 7392 2701
Sonia
Sonia
Lifeskills Worker
020 7392 2715
Ramesh
Ramesh
Centre Worker
020 7392 2705
Michelle
Michelle
Centre Worker
020 7392 2705
Will
Will
Centre Worker
020 7392 2705
Tony
Tony
Centre Worker
020 7392 2705
Bill
Bill
Centre Worker
020 7392 2705
Lukasz
Lukasz
Centre Worker
020 7392 2705
Darius
Darius
Centre Worker
 
Jenny
Jenny
Administrator
020 7392 2702
Cathy
Cathy
Admin Assistant
020 7392 2736
Sade
Sade
Accounts
020 7392 2708
John
John
Minister
 

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Trustees

Cameron Kirkwood (Chair)
Paul Hornsby (Secretary)
Keith Aldred (Treasurer)
John Hayes
Steve Perry
Peter Butt
Terry Simco
Jo Fozard
Peter Barlow
Michael Spurr
Cheryl Gurnham

Sue

Born in Mansfield, married and with three grown-up children, I have spent my early working life in the catering industry, first in hotels, then in contract catering services within the City.

I began working at the Whitechapel Mission in 1997, when I agreed to assist in the office with administration and donation receipts. Since 2007 I have taken a more active role in the daycentre, working with people who are homeless and in need, organising staffing and volunteers, and the general running of the daycentres.

The Whitechapel Mission is a very special place to work, being a place to meet some fantasic people, both those who are homeless and those who work and volunteer here.

Sonia

If our breakfasts are the “maintenance” part of our work here at The Whitechapel Mission, it’s the work done in the Lifeskills Centre that enables people to change direction and turn their lives around.

I have worked at the Whitechapel Mission since December 2005 as the Lifeskills co-ordinator, leading a team of staff and volunteers in our work to offer a chance to get off the streets and start "a fresh".

If the Lifeskills Centre had a motto, it could well be “Expect the Unexpected” because the next query could lead into a whole new area that has not been encountered before.

Ramesh

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Michelle

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Will

As a member of the Daycentre staff for the past sixteen years I am at the forefront of meeting with all the people that come through our doors. Using the experience and knowledge I have gained, I look to spot the very vulnerable men and women who are trying not to be noticed, sitting quietly at the back, hiding for their own reasons; or the one who is here for the first time today, who needs information on what we do and how they can get further help. Some days I feel I need to have eyes in the back of my head, but I would not change my job for anything.

My job has taught me so much, such as tolerance, being non- judgmental, and most of all to be able to show empathy when needed.

Tony

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Bill

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Lukasz

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Darius

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Jenny

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Cathy

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Sade

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John

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