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  • John Pagella

    John Pagella


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    Chartered Surveyor, and a former Senior Partner of Montagu Evans advising Institutional and commercial clients as well as Government Departments, County and Local Authorities on all aspects of commercial property. Chairman of the Leatherhead Decorative & Fine Arts Society, Governor of the Yehudi Menuhin School,  adviser to a number of local and community groups on town planning and property matters

  • Anna Coss

    Anna Coss

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    A graduate of Manchester University and qualified Medical Social Worker in the 1960’s. She worked across all children and adult social services in service delivery, policy development, performance audit and commissioning. After many years with Surrey CC, Anna moved to West Sussex County Council as Head of Commissioning in 2002. In WSCC she was joint chair of the Partnership Board, and chair of the county Audit Safeguarding Board. She managed a variety of European Projects in partnership with Carers UK, and worked with the Department of Health and In Control on the early pilots for Personal Budgets. Now retired, Anna is a Trustee of The Meath Epilepsy Charity and Trust.

  • Laurence Oates CB

    Laurence Oates CB

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    Practiced as a barrister-at-law and spent most of career as a lawyer in the Government service. Official Solicitor to the Supreme Court, represented people without the mental capacity to act for themselves, also the Public Trustee. Contributed to a legal textbook on the Mental Capacity Act. Chair of Governors of Woking College, Trustee of the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability and Chair of trustees of Just Advocacy Ltd, which provides advocacy services for people in need of them West Surrey.

  • Denis Coulon

    Denis Coulon

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    Graduated with a business degree. Initially worked as Head of Finance and Accounting for an international development agency, then spent most of his career in international banking and investment management.  After working in debt capital markets for Bank Paribas in Geneva, he became Head of BNP Paribas Asset Management in the UK, from which he retired in 2008.  He has family relatives with learning difficulties and is involved with Special Olympics GB, as volunteer and Treasurer of the South East Region and South East Ski Group.

  • Carol Riddington

    Carol Riddington

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    In addition to having family relatives with learning disability, Carol has worked in social policy research for many years having commissioned and managed research projects in the areas of disability, health/social care, local government, radio audience research, crime, policing and transport. In 2009 completed a PhD in learning disability, Tizard Centre, University of Kent and has written articles on the involvement of people with learning disabilities in policy development.

  • Pam Barrett

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    Is a qualified teacher of Adults with Learning Difficulties and Disabilities, working in various London boroughs. She joined Surrey County Council Adult Education Service in 1985 and was responsible for managing and developing education in the community for people with learning difficulties in North West Surrey.  In 1999 she was appointed Team Manager for the Community Education department at Brooklands College of Further Education in Weybridge. This department of the college provided a wide variety of courses off campus across the curriculum for all adults.

  • George Kalorkoti

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    George Kalorkoti brings to The Grange experience as Chairman, non-executive director, CEO of a management consultancy and governor at two schools. He has developed and implemented business and information systems strategies, operational improvement and value for money reviews for private and public sector organisations. He has four children, one of whom is on the autistic spectrum and been educated exclusively at special needs schools.

  • Linda Ferguson

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    Linda Ferguson is an executive director of a charity which provides retirement services – including housing, supported living schemes and a nursing home – for people who have served the Church of England.  She specialises in customer centred strategy, service delivery and communications.  Prior to this, she held a number of senior management roles in government administration, including policy development, tax and finance.  Linda is also a qualified coach, concentrating mainly on executive and leadership coaching.


  • Karen Stevens

    Karen Stevens

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    Karen is a qualified accountant who worked for 10 years as Finance Director for a provider of specialist care and support to adults with epilepsy and learning disabilities.

    In this role she was responsible for finance, HR, Learning and Development and contracts departments. Prior to this she worked as a senior manager for Menzies Chartered Accountants looking after the accountancy and taxation affairs for a variety of clients.

  • Peter Grose

    Peter Grose


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    Peter is a Partner in Lester Aldridge LLP Solicitors and a specialist healthcare lawyer providing regulatory and strategic advice to private and charitable care providers across the UK. He has particular expertise acting for providers in their dealings with regulators and local authorities. He negotiates on behalf of care providers with CQC, Ofsted and other national regulatory bodies, as well as commissioners and safeguarding authorities.

    Peter is appointed solicitor to the National Care Association and the Registered Nursing Home Association. He is a regular contributor to Caring Times magazine.  Outside the law he enjoys walking and volunteering on the Mid Hants Railway – the ‘Watercress Line’.