Founder, Director & Chair
She was born in Jamaica and came to the UK in 1960. She has a varied community involvement, including: working for Help the Hospices charity; Enfield Council on a project to ‘lower the teenage pregnancy rate’; School Governor; Church Board trustee; Prison visitor; plus a variety of voluntary work with various children’s groups.
Although retired, Beverley is a qualified Volunteer Counsellor with Childline UK
Despite the varied community involvements listed above, Beverley’s passion is now the welfare, wellbeing and aspirational status of children and in particular the children of Jamaica. She believes that to listen to children in a caring, non-judgemental and confidential manner will empower those who are subject to abuse. Her energy is now directed towards supporting the children of Jamaica to have a voice, to say ‘no’ to abuse, to bring hope and to provide a service that is ethical and sustainable.