Sarah has been involved in youth work since 2008. Her experience includes working with churches, communities, schools and youth services, all of which have shaped her whole-community approach to supporting young people.
She loves getting alongside young people, helping them to grow and realise their full potential.
Outside of work Sarah enjoys volunteering at the Imperial War Museum, exploring London’s coffee shops and trips home to Northern Ireland.
Carey moved to London from South Africa in 2017 to join her husband, Joel, after completing a Masters in Classics. Carey works as the Partnerships Manager at Pecan, a local charity based in Southwark. Carey started volunteering for the Pimlico Foundation in October 2018, helping with fundraising for the Outbreak programme.
Carey loves to read in her spare time and loves open water swimming and trips home to South Africa.
Mark has lived in Pimlico for more than 10 years. He began volunteering with Outbreak in 2017 and joined the team in 2019.
An engineer by training Mark’s career spanned 25 years moving from robotics to computing to international finance and banking. Now retired he pursues a range of personal interests including voluntary work, mentoring and restoring his ex-military Land Rover. Mark is married with two grown-up daughters and a dachshund named Frank.
Before arriving at the Pimlico Foundation Mark spent 13 years leading the youth work at a large church in Brixton. In this capacity he pioneered a youth club for over 300 young people which was heavily involved in social action.
Mark has been at the heart of various community projects in the most deprived areas of London including work on youth summer camps and work in prisons. He is passionate about seeing young people reach their potential and make lasting contributions to the lives of those around them and hopes the Pimlico Foundation plays a major part in making this happen.
Lis is Vicar of St James the Less in Pimlico. Her previous jobs included leading a church plant, working among students, teaching in a theological college and having a consultancy role for a church as it transitioned its leadership structures.
Lis does a lot mentoring and is very involved in encouraging young vocations amongst women. Lis has broad experience working with young people and has worked hard since arriving at St James the Less to help the church to establish itself within its community. She has a big heart for seeing churches engage with their communities and is convinced that the Pimlico Foundation will make a significant transforming impact.
Miriam has a background in children and youth work and has been at the forefront of a number of social justice projects within the capital. She now works as the Social Responsibility Liaison for St Andrew by the Wardrobe Church in the City of London.
She is the founder of Clean for Good, a contract cleaning company giving a better deal to cleaners. Miriam lives in Greenwich with her husband Sam and loves going to the theatre and visiting art exhibitions.
Dan began his working life as an Accenture consultant before joining Shell In 2008. He has a passion for big data and analytics and has extensive experience in business process design and improvement, business transformation and large system implementation.
He is married to Anne whom he met at university, and has recently become a father. In the spare time he does get Dan enjoys travelling, scuba diving and playing the guitar.
Ben is a communications professional currently working for the UK Government. He has advised multinational companies and global brands on how to communicate with the media, business, government and politicians helping to increase their market access and profile. Prior to this he spent several years in the charity sector working closely with MPs and members of the House of Lords on issues such as human trafficking, free speech and religious liberty.
Ben is married to Lucy and enjoys open water swimming, running, kayaking and skiing.
Vivien works in education with young adults and has many years of experience in youth work. She has a long-running interest in the Pimlico area and is excited about the prospect of investing time and energy into the Pimlico Foundation.
Vivien spends her spare time cooking (creating her own recipes), travelling and reading.