Suzanne Hudson, Chief Executive Officer
Suzanne joined CA Merton and Lambeth in October 2017 following seven years of leading Bipolar UK, the national Bipolar charity. Suzanne is committed to the voluntary sector with expertise in mental health, advice, homelessness and disability. In addition she has served on a number of trustee Boards and voluntary committees.
A passionate believer in access to social justice, regardless of means or circumstances, Suzanne uses her skills and experiences to lead the charity working closely with the Board of trustees, staff, volunteers, funders, partners and stakeholders.
Suzanne was awarded an MBE for Services to Bipolar in 2017.
Advice, Information and Office Teams
Advice Supervisors: Ardita Sopaj, Leslie Allen, Sekayi Stara
Advisers: Alethia Mendez, Barbara Sinnott, Beccy Castro, Charles Nwanze, David Hayden, Dymphna Graham, Homa Arbab-Shastan, Josephine Swanzy-Essien, Marie Irvine, Natasha Lindfield, Samuel Kudehinbu, Sekayi Stara, Seth McArron, Shahnewazuddin Reza, Tegan Hill, Teresa Cobb, Wendy Koodoruth
Information Manager: Denise Galliers
Information Support Officers: Edmund Orobator, Pallavi Mukherjee
Karen Brunger, Head of Advice Services
Karen has been working with Citizens Advice since 2009 and joined CAML in 2017.
Her role is to meet (and when possible exceed) the requirements set by local and national funders. She is also passionately committed to ensuring clients receive accurate advice and information to clients, to help them deal with issues they face.
In practice, Karen ensures CAML sees as many clients as possible and that the quality of advice remains consistently high.
Adviceline Coodinator: Naz Chowdhury
Adviceline Support Officers: Anne Bridge, Chris Walker, Dawn Levy, Jane Mepham, Jonathan Bottner, Mishal Afzal, Semsem Hassan, Susan Englefield, Vanessa Ezumah
Finance & Admin Officer: Simona Todorova
Volunteer & Training Officer: Janine Benjamin
Admin & Comms Assistant: Nathan Coe
IT Support: John Cann
Bill Petty, Head of Adviceline, Information and Facilities
Quality, Training and Dedication
Our service is only possible through the enormous commitment of our staff team, our amazing volunteers, our partners and our fantastic funders, partners and supporters.
We aim to employ the best and highest quality staff members that we can. Although this can be a challenge, especially in London, we are delighted that our valued team, including full and part-time members, have maintained full or near full staffing levels to ensure the charity continues to provide the best service provision possible.
Their professionalism, commitment and dedication ensure tens of thousands of individuals and families throughout Merton and Lambeth receive the right support when they need it most.
Find out if there are any current vacancies.