Advisory Board and Board Members

Chloe Alexander

Chloe Marley

Kendra Schneller: Nurse Practitioner, Health Inclusion Team, Guy’s and St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust, has been working in homeless and inclusion health for 14 years, providing nurse led primary care clinics in hostels, day centres, street outreach, hotels. Kendra won the Nursing Standard’s community nursing award 2011, Kings Health Partners Adult Mentor in 2014 and has published articles. Kendra is an NHS Assembly member, Joint Treasurer - Multicultural Staff Network, Windrush Florence Nightingale Foundation Scholar, Vice Chair - London Network of Nurses and Midwives, Secretary - Manna Day Centre, board member - Dublin Simon Community, Queen’s Nurse. Kendra’s passion is highlighting the importance of Inclusion health and driving system changes.

Jenneba Sie Jalloh

Judy Joseph Judy trained as a Health Visitor and undertook wide-ranging roles in Community Health, holding management positions in the NHS, voluntary sector, and the British Forces Overseas. She pursued her interest in preventative health and explored the professional practise of Health Visitors' working with refugee families.  Judy now freelances in the Museum and Heritage Sectors, undertaking various roles including developed and facilitated ESOL Tours at the British Museum.  Currently involved in the Horniman Museum's Community Hub Research Project, Judy is passionate about oral histories, and the therapeutic and enrichment potential museums and their objects offer to people's psychological and physical well-being.

Maria Stephens


Remi Apata-Omisore: I have an interest in oral history, integrated healthcare, trusteeship, and Decentralised Autonomous Organisations (DAOs). I have worked as a Victim Contact Officer, Community Support Worker and now as the Lead Social Prescribing Link Worker for a West London based Primary Care Network, work to improve the social determinants of health by connecting people to local community and statutory services. I’m currently a trustee for Home-Start Hillingdon, a volunteer at The Listening Place, a contributor to an impact DAO focused on women’s economic empowerment and more recently, joined the UCL Partners Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement Panel.

Tania Aubeelack

Wajid  Yaseen

Yinka Danmole