Janet Hilton was Chair of Governors of Stanley primary school for five years, and subsequently a parent governor, and vice-chair, at Teddington School. She became a National Leader of Governance in 2012, and has used her skills and experience to support head teachers and chairs of governors in several other schools, both in Richmond and elsewhere. She has worked closely with Richmond's Council’s Education & Children’s Services Department on various projects, and is a member of the Local Authority Admissions Forum.
Beverley lived in South Twickenham in the run up to Turing House being established, and now lives in Hampton Hill. She has two children. She has a PhD in physics, more than 20 years' experience as a technical analyst in the IT industry, and now works part-time as a Senior Business Analyst at a London university.
Beverley takes an interest in local community and education issues and was a co-opted member of Richmond Council’s Overview & Scrutiny Committee for Education & Children’s Services between 2010 and 2014.
Justine was a West Twickenham resident when the Steering Group was formed, and a parent of two children. She has had a long involvement in education both as a Governor and in project managing corporate sponsorship of an academy.
As a senior manager for an international management consultancy she led community education work both nationally and within Europe.
Justine also worked in the education charity sector developing education business partnerships.
Sarah lives in North Teddington and has two children. She has a background in business analysis, digital and database publishing. She works part-time as an analyst and project manager for a multinational market research company.
She has a strong interest in the local community and was Chair of her local residents' association for a number of years. She regularly volunteers to help with activities at her local primary school.
With over 15 years’ experience in teaching, Marie is a lead practitioner in Mathematics. Within this role she worked as a consultant for Surrey LEA helping to improve teaching standards across a range of schools and developed an overseas teacher recruitment proposition which was successfully launched by an education consortium.
Marie's passion is coaching, training and mentoring teachers across all subjects. She also founded and ran a successful Maths & English after-school tuition centre for a number of years.
Marie lives in Hampton Hill with her husband, two chickens and her children.