Our Trustees

Lorna Reith


Lorna is an experienced CEO and Chair who has led a number charities and voluntary organisations at local, London and national level, she has also been a Haringey councillor and cabinet member. She lives locally and is well connected to local organisations and Haringey council. Lorna is was recently appointed as the new Chair of CAH.

Kaya Chatterji

Kaya works in local government, where she leads a team focussed on economic
development and employment support for vulnerable groups. She brings
experience in commissioning, grant management and complex project
management to the Board and is passionate about ensuring Citizens Advice
Haringey provides a valuable and accessible service to local residents.

George Dunstall

George has worked in a variety of frontline and strategic posts with a
focus on young people, resettlement from custody and homelessness. Last
year George took a post in the Policy and Research department of The
Children's Society to pilot a programme of Coordinated Crisis Support in
four areas (Swansea, Oldham, Tower Hamlets and Norfolk). The programme is
working with a variety of voluntary and statutory agencies to better join
the dots between those providing emergency financial, food and advice
provision to ensure that those facing crisis (individuals and families)
have a coherent journey of referral and support from agencies. George has
experience of working within both very small and very large voluntary
sector organisations. George says ‘I am very much looking forward to
joining the board of trustees in the hope that my experience can be of help
in supporting the ongoing development of CAH’.

Seán O’Donovan

Seán is a local resident and has been a Trustee of Citizens Advice Haringey
since 2008. Seán has 27 years’ experience as a caseworker for Members of
Parliament dealing with a wide range of constituents’ problems. Seán works
part time and volunteers for a number of local organisations. He is a
member of Haringey Fairness Commission. Seán sits on both the Finance and
Health and Safety, HR and Quality Sub-Committees.

Andy Love

Andy Love has been a trustee of CAH for five years serving until recently
as Chair of the Board.  He was the MP for Edmonton for four terms and prior
to that served for six years as an elected member of Haringey Council.
Andy also sits on the board of a charity providing much needed
accommodation in north London and is a trustee of the Parliamentary Pension

Laura Payne

Laura is a committed campaigner with over a decade of experience working on
issues of poverty and disadvantage faced by children in UK. Laura currently
runs 4in10: London's Child Poverty Network bringing together grassroots and
frontline service delivery organisations to improve policy and practice for
low income families across the capital. Prior to that Laura led campaigns
for Barnardo’s and End Child Poverty.


Laura says ‘as a local resident, and single mum I will draw on my professional and

personal experiences to support the CAB, its staff, and see that the work of the

service is valued and recognised in the local community and beyond’.

Steph Pilling

Dr Stephanie Pilling is the Research Manager at the MRC Unit for Lifelong
Health and Ageing at University College London. She is responsible for the
Unit’s external communications, public engagement strategy and financial
management including budgeting, grant applications and reporting to
funders. Stephanie sits on the Finance sub-committee.

Gloria Powell

Gloria is the Director of CARIS Haringey, a Homeless family project and has
been a trustee of CAH for 10 years. Has  worked in the voluntary sector of
over 20years in various roles at strategic and management level; community
and project development. A qualified Trainer and Governor for a local CoE
primary school.

Richard Warner

Richard Warner works for Openreach (part of BT Group) as an IT Director
with previous experience in sales and service. He has been a Trustee at CAH
for over 6 years and is Chair of the combined Health and Safety, Human
Resources and Quality Sub-Committee. Richard also sits on the Finance
Sub-Committee. He has lived in Haringey for over 30 years, initially in
Tottenham, then Turnpike Lane and now near Alexandra Palace.

Rachel Williamson

Rachel Williamson is a Haringey resident and works in local government
focusing on work, fairness and financial wellbeing. She has been a trustee
at CAH for since 2015 and is currently chair of the Finance Sub Committee.
Rachel also sits on the Health and Safety, Human Resources and Quality

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