Chief Executive of Creation Trust
Charlotte has been employed by the Trust since January 2011. Her role is to manage the organization efficiently, effectively and to budget. She looks at the business with a strategic eye and implements the business plan. As well as managing the whole team she takes direct responsibility for all finances, youth programmes, work with the regeneration team, the board of trustees, leaseholders & key external relationships.
Communications and Engagement Manager
Sarah oversees the Resident Support team, who work with vulnerable residents on the estate. She also manages the Community Team and all our communications and some events. She edits the Echo magazine and ensures that residents can find out about all the opportunities in the local area.
Patrischia is in charge of one of our major work themes – ‘tackling worklessness’. She oversees a large budget for projects and direct delivery of our Employment programme, SE17Working. Patrischia works closely with users/key stakeholders to look at how we can improve job and learning opportunities for residents. The project has its own website and partnership of local organisations. She is also responsible for developing our annual suite of Adult learning programmes. .
Employment Adviser (Worklessness) and Giraffe House Building Manager
I have been working in recruitment of different types for the past 9 years, starting off in pharmaceutical recruitment and then moving into green energy recruitment. For the past 5 years I have been working in welfare to work in different sectors; long term unemployed, employment for people with some form of disability and employment for young people. I am now working here at Creation Trust as an Employment Manager helping people find work that will hopefully improve their personal situations.
Resident Case Worker
Natasha has lots of experience working with the elderly, she now works with residents on the estate who are experiencing some kind of difficulty, including older people who are having to find new homes as a result of the regeneration programme. "My career started in Domiciliary care over 20 years ago, moving quickly into care management for the over 55’s and includes working with incarcerated prisoners. My passion lies with working with people to make a difference in their lives and I believe my role as Resident Caseworker enables me to continue delivering support and advocacy to those who need it. I feel great satisfaction from my work and the challenges it brings daily."
07936 652 571
Natasha works Tuesday - Friday
Resident Case Worker
Jo has considerable experience in housing and regeneration. As a former Housing Officer, Jo has supported hundreds of residents through the regeneration process. In addition, Jo is a qualified counsellor and community mediator. “I am passionate about communities both old and new and embrace all the diversities and challenges communities can bring. I enjoy using my experience to help others and am a firm believer in treating people the way I want to be treated, which is my philosophy in life. Life can be difficult for anyone at any time so to be in a position to make it a little bit easier makes my role as Resident Caseworker a pleasure”.
07857 101 483
Jo works Mon, Wed, Friday
I currently work as a benefits adviser for both Creation and an advice centre in Lambeth. This involves providing both general welfare benefits advice as well as advocacy on a wide range of issues. Prior to this, I worked in several prisons across London for St Mungo's as a housing adviser. I worked on tenancy sustainment, assisting prisoners to avoid eviction so they were not homeless on release. I have also worked in Lambeth's supported housing service for vulnerable adults.
Edward's role has been generously funded by the National Lottery.
Resident Case Worker
I became interested in being a caseworker after getting support and help from a local advocacy charity during a difficult period in my life, and saw the difference having someone fight my corner made. I am interested in ensuring housing and redevelopment meet the needs of the community, especially for residents who need extra support. The link between housing quality and good mental health is something I’m really passionate about, seeing first-hand how much difference an affordable, secure home made to my health and my quality of life. In the past I have volunteered doing benefits advice at a local homelessness charity, worked for a charity on equal access to live music for disabled people and worked as a research assistant in a university.
Aisling's role has been generously funded by the National Lottery.
Aisling works 3 days a week.
Family Project Worker
Clare's role has been generously funded by the National Lottery; "I am an ex Aylesbury resident, I lived on Wendover for 10 years. During that time, I was fortunate enough to be working on the estate developing a project for Young Carers and their families. I then took a bit of time out to have my three lovely children, but continued to work with local charities delivering parenting courses and support as well as life skills courses for people managing on a low income. I am so happy to be back working on the Aylesbury estate! My new role will involve supporting families especially those in temporary accommodation, getting the community together for fun activities and events as well as providing some training and support in parenting and budgeting.
Clare works 2 days a week