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Staff

 

Helen Cunningham, Finance Manager Helen is a Chartered Management Accountant and a Fellow of the AAT.  She has over 25 years financial management experience including work in the NHS, Education, the private sector and Charities.  She also teaches Bookkeeping and Maths.


Linda von Nerée, Projects Coordinator Linda has been working in charities, health organisations and community groups in the UK, USA and Germany.  She coordinated projects to improve the health and wellbeing of young people, organised large-scale fundraising events and managed health education campaigns. Linda holds a degree in business management and is excited about driving forward the great work of the Ethical Property Foundation in supporting a large range of non-profit and voluntary sector organisations to make positive property decisions and in promoting the Foundation’s fairplace Award®.
 



Gordon Ludlow, Senior Property Adviser Gordon has the benefit of over 30 years’ senior property & FM profession experience within industry, higher education, local government and the charity sectors. Gordon has also worked as a consultant and been the MD of a small FM contracting company. As a volunteer Gordon has served as a Non-Exec Director for BIFM and also chaired their Sustainability special interest group. Expertise includes formulating & implementing strategies that provide effective sustainable working environments . Gordon also has a long track record of successful capital, relocation and procurement project management.

Maria Mogor, Assistant Property Advisor Maria has a degree in Law and studied Property Law at Brunel University. Here, she developed a keen interest in asset transfer and the management of properties. She enjoys working with the voluntary sector and has gained vital skills that enable her to understand the challenges such organisations face. Having volunteered for a few years within this sector she now wishes to further develop her knowledge of not for profit organisations and the tribulations they face to acquire and develop property.


  Ian Parker, Senior Property Adviser Ian has over 25 years of regeneration and planning experience with the public,private and third sectors. With a background in property development,planning and economic development, Ian has worked at senior management level in local government and the commercial sector with major national programme and project management practice in regeneration partnerships focused on  health, housing, environment, and further education. Ian has committed his recent career to the charity sector and is a Chair of Trustees for an award winning environmental education charity in London and is a FRSA.
 
Antonia Swinson, Chief Executive
With more than a decade of experience as a non-profit chief executive, Antonia’s previously worked at Social Enterprise Scotland and Speakers Trust. Prior to this Antonia was a full time professional writer: an award winning business columnist and feature writer on both London and Scottish national newspapers and critically acclaimed author of five books – fiction & non-fiction. An experienced policy campaigner Antonia has advised senior policy makers on small business and regeneration policy and contributed to a wide range of print outlets and broadcasts – from the Big Issue and the Financial Times to ‘Thought for the Day’ on Radio 4’s Today Programme. She is a former Chair of the Society of Authors in Scotland and trustee of Social Enterprise UK and served on the main grant making committee of the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust. She is a graduate of Edinburgh University, a member of the Royal Institution and currently writes the monthly property column for Charity Times.

David Sayce, Volunteer Property Adviser David is a retired Chartered Surveyor. He has over 40 years experience working as a rural and commercial surveyor in the private sector, for County Councils and as the property manager for a charity, a county Wildlife Trust for whom he was property manager.