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Anne Worlledge


Anne joined THFN in March 2016 and became Treasurer in July 2016. Before joining THFN Anne was a trustee and treasurer for a large national homelessness charity for 11 years.  She is a chartered accountant and retired in 2009 after a career at a large accountancy firm and in the civil service.

Louise Theophile

Louise was born in East London, and lived in various London boroughs, before settling in Tower Hamlets in 2021. She has worked in Human Resources for the past 10 years, predominantly in the charity sector, specialising in employee relations and most recently in learning and development. Louise was drawn to THFN’s mission and the impactful work the team do in providing support to older more vulnerable members of the community and helping them to feel connected.

Jaber Khan

Stephen Robarts


Stephen joined the THFN board in June 2020. He has held various roles within the advisory and assurance practises of multinational accounting firms and currently works in transaction services advising financial services clients on deal planning and execution. Stephen was attracted to the work THFN does and the positive impact it has on society by combating isolation and improving the health and well-being of older more vulnerable members of our community. He is a Chartered Accountant and lived in South Africa before moving to the U.K.

Carl Steventon

Carl joined the board in April 2020. He has spent over 25 years working in Insurance training as an underwriter, principally in the London Market. He has worked across a wide range of companies from large insurers and brokers to new start ups.

Nancy Easton

Paramjit Kaur Gibbons

Pam was born and raised in Tower Hamlets, and now works in the borough. She joined THFN in 2019 as a Tele Befriender where she contacts her client once a week. She works in English language teaching to international students preparing to study within the UK for undergraduate or postgraduate education. She has been a teacher for over 10 years and has worked in Sweden, Thailand, and has settled working in London with the occasional volunteering abroad.

Jennifer Skeels

Jennifer joined THFN in November 2021. Before taking early retirement in 2020, she worked as a Chartered Secretary, focussing on governance arrangements for boards and committees at the financial services regulator and latterly for a large retail bank. She has lived in Stepney for more than 20 years and recognises the valuable work done by THFN and the positive effect it has on vulnerable local people.

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