Brunel University - MA Public and Social Administration MSW (Masters Degree in Social Work) Boston University USA LSE Social Science Certificate
Most recent work/experience
Assessor for BBC Children in Need for 10 years School Governor, LB Haringey Contracts Officer LB Harrow - retired April 1999
Founder and involved with HFA since 1985. Interest in autism began in Boston US working in a specialist nursery with families.
Ann Elliott worked briefly in market research in London before moving abroad and working as a community social worker for 24 years in France, Brazil, Mexico and Peru.
On her return to London, she worked in local authority social work teams before becoming independent and specialising in child protection. Ann has been closely involved as a Volunteer and Trustee in Mind in Barnet for many years. Her interests centre around gardening and her family.
Post Graduate Diploma in Public Health from University Of Westminster London - finished on 11th Nov 2005 Doctor of Medicine (Medical) Degree from Odessa State Medical University Ukraine - finished on 30th June 1998.
Work experience: I have clinical experience from Ukraine and I worked as managing director of a Pharmaceutical company in India. In UK, I have over 9 years experience working with autistic adults. I have working knowledge of Care Quality Commission and I keep myself update with all the new developments.
Interests: Music, Documentaries, News, Yoga & Meditation.
After graduating from Cambridge University with a BA in History, Gary Page spent 22 years in the City, first with Barclays Bank and for the last 15 years with the Dutch Bank ABN Amro. He held numerous management positions most recently as Senior Executive Vice President and Head of Global Markets.
After leaving the City in 2008 he has become involved in a number of charitable organisations including Chair of a Charity for a school in East London for boys with Social, Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties (2009-11) and since January 2011 he has been the Chair of the Board of Trustees of Hoffmann Foundation for Autism (HFA).
Ian Robinson is the Co-CEO and owner of Green Street Capital Limited, an Asset Management and Consulting firm. Ian became involved with HFA in the summer of 2010. He has a particular interest in Asperger's Syndrome following his daughter's diagnosis.
John Street has been working in the social care field since 1995; the majority of this time has been within various social service departments. Since 2005 he has worked at a senior level, which has involved overseeing the operational management of various social work teams and he played a key role in the strategy development of Adult Social Care within Brent Council, developing joint initiatives with Brent's Primary Care Trust and other London boroughs.
He has a personal and professional interest in Autism, with the drive and commitment to make a positive difference to HFA and the people the Charity serves.
Julian Todd is a Chartered Accountant and holds a degree in Law and Economics from Cambridge University. He has recently retired and lives in Belgium. His last position was Managing Director of a European Aerospace Manufacturing Company.
Margaret Ollivier has been working in the not for profit sector for 12 years and has worked with Hoffmann for the last 4.5; prior to that she worked in a busy Students' Union. Since 2004 she has been responsible for managing the human resource elements within organisations as a HR generalist and has a keen interest in all aspects of employment law. Margaret has a personal interest in Autism as her niece has been diagnosed as having an Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Ronda Bradford has been working in Health and Social Care since 1970. Ronda has over 25 years experience working at a senior level in the voluntary sector which includes senior positions within the areas of learning disabilities, mental health, acquired brain injury, elderly services and disabled children services, specifically children and adults with Autism and or Aspergers Syndrome.
Ronda joined HFA in November 2009 as Director of Services. In May 2010, she was asked to take on the role of acting CEO and was appointed permanent CEO in October 2010.