Chair of Cultivate London’s Board; Councillor, LB Ealing (Northfields Ward). Former Marketing and Communications Manager for Xerox.
Trustee of Brentford High Street Steering Group, MD of ECS accounting.
Active member of the Ealing and Brentford community.
Managing Director of Octink, a local business with a passion for recycling and sustainability and acknowledged as one of the UK’s greenest companies. Octink holds a Community Mark from Business in the Community and has been an Investors in People since 2002.
Local author, historian, gardener and film maker. Co-founder of Abundance London, an award-winning project to harvest the seasonal glut of local fruit which would otherwise go unpicked. Special Advisor to Chelsea Fringe, and is a trustee of the Hammersmith Community Gardening Association. Awarded an MBE for services to horticulture and education.
Management Consultant. Angela has over 18 years experience of successfully planning, developing and delivering services in the field of regeneration, employment and training, youth work, education and community engagement within in the charitable and public sector.
CEO of Pathways, an Alms House Charity based in Ealing. Clive has over 20 year’s experience working within Social Housing and inner city regeneration projects. He has had a particular interest in employment and training projects for young people.
Management Consultant. Stephanie has over 25 years experience working in the IT industry, mostly as a management consultant specialising in organisation change. Recently she founded and managed a community organic food scheme with the aim of making seasonal organic food affordable and accessible to the Kingston upon Thames community.
Founder of Hen Corner urban smallholding, complete with hens, honey bees and a micro bakery. Sara has 25 years experience working with charities and is passionate about food and it’s production, sustainability and Brentford.
Maria Gledhill, former CEO of Pathways and former Director of Cultivate London
In 2004 Maria Gledhill joined Pathways (then the Ealing and Brentford Consolidated Charity) as Chief Executive, where she helped the charity make great strides towards becoming the success it is today. She was also instrumental in the set-up and development of Cultivate London, sitting on our board from 2010 until 2015.
She sadly died in June 2015, aged just 51, after a yearlong illness. The Board of Trustees acknowledges and pays tribute to the contribution made to both Pathways and Cultivate London by Maria, and the legacy that she has left in what both organisations have become today.