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Our people

Our team is made up of women with a range of skills and experience. Find out more about our current team here.

Staff

Estelle du Boulay

Estelle du Boulay

Director

Jessye Berkowitz-Werner

Jessye Berkowitz-Werner

Communications Manager

Mary McGloin

Mary McGloin

Operations Manager

Rosa Ruiz

Rosa Ruiz

Office Manager

Family and Criminal Law

Caroline Baluch

Caroline Baluch

Legal Officer

Chikondi Mbewe

Chikondi Mbewe

Legal Officer

Joanna Shaw

Joanna Shaw

Legal Officer

Hannah Couchman

Hannah Couchman

Senior Legal Officer

Mandip Ghai

Mandip Ghai

Senior Legal Officer

Olive Craig

Olive Craig

Senior Legal Officer

Shahzea Tahir

Shahzea Tahir

Legal Officer

Sophie Phipps

Sophie Phipps

Legal Officer

Immigration and Asylum Law

Amy Grey

Amy Grey

Legal Officer

Jasbindar Bhatoa

Jasbindar Bhatoa

Senior Legal Officer

Nicole Masri

Nicole Masri

Senior Legal Officer

Saniya Hussain

Saniya Hussain

Legal Officer

Employment Law

Deeba Syed

Deeba Syed

Senior Legal Officer

Board of Trustees

Annie Hedge

Annie Hedge

Chair

Aramide Ogunlana

Aramide Ogunlana

Treasurer

Kristina Glenn

Kristina Glenn

Katherine Minett

Katherine Minett

Victoria Poku-Amanfo

Victoria Poku-Amanfo

Kat Hacker

Kat Hacker

Laura Bennett

Laura Bennett

Olivia Dehnavi

Olivia Dehnavi

Hannah Phillips

Hannah Phillips

Patrons

Pips Taylor

Television and radio presenter

In remembrance of Denise Robertson

9 JUNE 1932 – 31 MARCH 2016

We would like to commemorate Denise Robertson, who was our patron and committed supporter, who sadly passed away in March 2016. Emma Scott, former Director of Rights of Women, spoke of Denise as a champion of ROW’s work and services, noting how Denise constantly signposted women to us and had a passion for and determination to address women’s inequality. Denise dedicated her life to helping others and we are honoured to have been able to work with her.

“Every day I get letters and messages from women desperate to know their rights when their relationship breaks down, when they have experienced violence or when they need to make arrangements for their children. I know how vital it is for those women to have someone to help them understand their legal rights and enable them to make decisions. For many years I have been telling women about Rights of Women. I know that they will guide women through the complexities of the law and the court systems, offering them expert guidance and providing that listening ear so important at times of stress.

 

The need for places like Rights of Women is now more urgent than ever. The cuts to legal aid mean that women are going without legal advice and representation, which impacts on children. Rights of Women offers hope in a very dark place for women which is why I am very proud to support them as their patron.”

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