Lé Ho-Everiste

Chair

Le is a co-founder of PACE. As a MA qualified Community and Youth Worker, Le has worked in both the voluntary and public sector for over 10 years specialising in community engagement and research. Currently working within Strategy, Insight and Engagement at Essex County Council, Le is also the Chair of Hertfordshire’s All Age Autism Partnership Board.

Colin Gale

Vice Chair

Colin Gale is currently vice chair of the board having started as the treasurer. Colin was formally the play service operations manager for Camden council from 1999 until 2007.Colin was also the after school manager at Southwark council and spent a year as the head of youth at Southwark.

Colin retired from Southwark in 2015.Colin has previously been a play worker on adventure playgrounds and managed play provision in St Helens.

John Mann

Trustee

Kath Kadri

Trustee

Kath is a co-founder of PACE and feels very passionate that every child has the right to play and have fun regardless of disability or difference. As a mother of 10 children (4 of whom are disabled) she believes that parents need to feel that their children can access safe environments to flourish. 

Kath has many years of experience as a community advocate campaigning for families to access support and enriching opportunities regardless of their children’s specific impairments

Jenny Duncan

Trustee

Jenny is a Diversity Manager at South West London St Georges Mental Health Trust. She has worked with senior business leaders across all sectors in formulating and executing innovative and customised diversity strategies and providing advice to individuals and groups. Jenny has over 18 years of public and commercial experience as a diversity and inclusion practitioner. She has held various roles across the Civil Service and local authorities

Theresa Bolton

Trustee

Theresa is an HCPC Registered Educational Psychologist who works with children and young people aged 2 to 16 years old. She provides psychological assessments and Independent Expert Witness representation at Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) Tribunals.