Beverley Morris(3 year term from 2018)

Beverley was a Resource Officer for the Metropolitan Police Service. Beverly is a carer for her husband who is on the Autism Spectrum and also a carer her father and child who has epilepsy. She is active in the community and is on various Hackney Council committees which includes: Older Peoples Reference Group, Adults Social Care, Hackney Healthwatch, Carers in Bedrock and more. Beverly wants to ensure health care is improved for all.

Caroline Diehl(3 year term from 2018)

Caroline possesses a strong mix of experience, skills and values to bring to her Governor role. She is a Chair of Together, the TV channel for communities, and was Chief Executive of the charity Media Trust, giving a voice to charities and young people. Caroline was a Hackney school governor for many years, and a Hackney teacher. She volunteers her her local night shelter and a member of the Homerton NHS Foundation Trust. I have strong skills and experience in communications and as a Governor I will work with ELFT to improve how it communicates with and supports residents and the voluntary sector and ensure views of Hackney residents are heard by ELFT.

Daniel Victorio(3 year term from 2017)
Daniel was impressed by the level of care and support a family member received from NHS staff when they went through cancer treatment. This encouraged Daniel to become a Governor to give something back to the community. Daniel believes the NHS to be amazing, but with cuts to funding, Daniel feels it is important the NHS remains as strong as ever. While changes are inevitable he believes it should always remain free at the point of delivery. Daniel is a caterer by trade and has spent the last ten years in various managerial positions giving him knowledge and experience that he would like to apply to his Governor role.
Edilia Emordi(2 year term from 2017)

 Edilia has experience of patient care as a ward sister for the elderly, a house mother for young people with downs syndrome and supporting rehabilitation of drug users. Now retried, Edilia volunteers at a homeless project in Hackney, she is a member of the ministry team at the Homerton Hospital Mental Health unit and a volunteer befriender. Edilia graduated in November 2017 after completing a University course in Spirituality and Mental Health. Edilia is concerned about the welfare of the elderly and those with mental health issues. Edilia understands the needs of a diverse population. She will apply her experience and skills to her role as a Governor.

Jummy Otaiku(3 year term from 2017)
Jummy has experience of using services and has been a service user representative at ELFT on interview panels for a wide-range of occupations. She has also represented service users at conferences about psychology and quality improvement. As a Governor representing members, service users and carers, Jummy would like to raise their concerns to ensure they are heard. Jummy is a young Governor and wants to encourage other young people to influence improvements to CAHMS services.

City of London Governor

Damien Vaugh(3 year term from 2016)

Damien has lived in the City of London for seven years during which time he has been active in the community holding various posts of responsibility and also has previous experience of being a Governor for six years in south east London. Damien is aware of the pressure from shrinking budgets and the rising demand to deliver the highest quality services to the whole community. He would like to offer his time, energy and enthusiasm as a Governor to build on the success of ELFT and help meet the challenges it faces in the delivery of services to its communities.