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  Caroline Abomeli (Digital & Communications Trustee) 
Caroline is Director of Communications at A2Dominion, one of the UK’s leading residential property groups. A trained journalist with a master’s in business management, she has over 15 years' experience in public relations and previously worked for the Dominion Housing Group and the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund. She’s responsible for A2Dominion’s communications and digital strategies, as well as its central business planning function. Caroline is a member of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations and joined the Foundation’s Board of Trustees in 2019.

  Peter Damesick (Chair)
Peter hails originally from Manchester. He moved south after university, having gained a doctorate at Cambridge. In his early career Peter was a lecturer at London University. After a spell in management consultancy, he gained 26 years’ experience as a research director with CBRE, the world’s largest property adviser, successively holding positions as Head of UK Research, EMEA Chief Economist and Chairman of EMEA Research. He was also chair of trustees for a company pension scheme for 12 years. He now divides his time between working as an independent consultant in real estate research and strategy and several volunteer roles, including chairman of Tandridge Voluntary Service Council.

  Michael Fahy (GDPR Trustee)
Michael is a partner at Steeles (Law) LLP and Head of the Real Estate Team. Michael has been a property solicitor for over 25 years andprior to joining Steeles (Law) LLP was head of the commercial propertylegal team at the Church Commissioners for England. In addition to practicing as a solicitor, Michael alsoregularly contributes articles on legal property issues to specialistmagazines; lectures on property matters to institutions including the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors; and is on the register  ofproperty professionals at the Ethical Property Foundation
Tricia Nicholson (Treasurer)
Tricia is a chartered accountant who trained at PWC and worked at Ernst & Young before moving into industry. She has been a financial controller at Ladbroke Group Property Division, Willis Corroon International and Burford Holdings plc. She has been active in the charity sector as an independent examiner and in a treasurer capacity and she holds the ICAEW Diploma in Charity Accounting.

  Sarah Rutt
Sarah is a communications and marketing specialist with some 30 years’ experience advising firms in the architecture and property sectors. She has worked for a range of organisations both inhouse and as a consultant including some of the UK’s leading architectural practices. Sarah has also worked for the Department for International Trade managing and promoting the government’s presence at the MIPIM property fair in 206, 2017 and 2018. She is also involved with a local charity supporting rough sleepers in Newbury where she lives.
Sarah Sayce
Sarah Sayce is a Chartered Surveyor with practice experience of working in both consultancy and in-house for a major corporate. She left practice to become an academic and for many years she led the Surveying and Planning School for at Kingston University, where is now Emeritus Professor. Since retiring, she has been appointed part-time Professor in Sustainable Real Estate at the University of Reading, from where she obtained her doctorate and she is a Visiting Professor at the Royal Agricultural University.  For ten years Sarah was on the Governing Council of RICS and still serves on their Valuation Group Board. In addition to the EPF she is a trustee to a property educational charity and a school governor.

  Kim Worts
Kim Worts spent many years in Whitehall delivering Press Office, PR, marketing, stakeholder communications and online channels. Her last Civil Service post was Director of Communications for DEFRA. In 2013 Kim moved to RICS as External Affairs Director for the UK – and embarked on a steep learning curve on the property issues and policies impacting businesses and consumers. In 2016 Kim retired and joined the Board of Trustees for EPF in 2017.