Michael Roulston (Educational Consultant)
Michael Roulston has international school experience, has worked extensively in this country in both State and Independent schools.
Dr Afua Basoah (School Governor)
Following the completion of her DPhil in Neurosciences at the University of Oxford, Afua has worked within the medical communications industry for over a decade supporting pharmaceutical clients engage multi-stakeholders through educational and commercially-driven domestic, pan-European and global medical communication programmes. She has provided strategic, scientific and creative counsel across programmes delivered. With a passion for transforming scientific data into compelling scientific stories that inspire action, Afua has recently lead a multi-million pound publically-listed global medical communications organisation.
She has a wide range of therapy area experience including public health (nutrition, tuberculosis and HIV), rare diseases (venous occlusive disease, hyperammonaemia, porphyria and haemophilia) oncology (chronic myeloid leukaemia, breast and colorectal cancer), urology (nocturia, bed-wetting and erectile dysfunction), neurology (Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis, neuropathic pain and tinnitus), immunology (autoimmune disorders, childhood allergies, renal transplantation)
Having worked with a number of NGOs, including the World Health Organization, the Bill and Melina Gates Foundation and the World Economic Forum, she also has a wide range of emerging market public health policy and corporate responsibility experience.
Mr Barrington Gooden (School Governor)
A dedicated and experienced project manager/director for Cambridge Education/ Mott MacDonald and the London Borough of Tower Hamlets for over 25 years, managing and developing education projects both in the primary and secondary sector. In recent years, I have led a University Technical College and 15 academies and free school projects. Project directed the first Free school in the country i.e. (The Norwich Free School) and chaired the project board for the Diocese of Sailby acadamisation programme.
My managerial experience spans over 27 years, of which 15 were in the public sector, and 12 years working with blue chip companies setting-up academy and free schools across the country.
In addition to the above, I am the director of an unregistered charity “Access ICT” providing refurbish ICT equipment to schools in the Caribbean and Africa. A very rewarding voluntary activity.