“I strongly believe that it is important that people with disabilities do not lose their voice & independence; especially those with long term disabilities. I hope to be able to support people in the local community.”
I have spent the majority of my career working with older carers and am aware that they access Direct Payments less frequently than the younger generation so this attracted me to KCIL and the excellent work it does in this area.
Lawrie is the longest serving member of KCIL’s Board of Trustees and its Treasurer. A qualified Chartered Accountant, he has been a Board member since the turn of the century. Until recently he was Bursar at a local school in Hinchley Wood.
Trisha worked in the voluntary sector in Kingston for several years as a project worker for volunteers with learning disabilities and mental health issues. She has also represented residents on all sorts of issues in her role as a councillor for RBK for the last eighteen years.
Kezia has worked for the sight loss charity Thomas Pocklington Trust, for 5 years, campaigning alongside blind and partially sighted people for better access, inclusion and services. She became a KCIL trustee in order to support the fantastic work they do for people with disabilities in Kingston