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Clare Whitmore - Community Food Organiser

Clare has years of experience in community food programmes, and previously developed and managed a programme to support new parents.

Kimberly Moulinier - Family Activities Organiser

Kimberly is a wellbeing specialist who previously organised NHS support groups for new mothers.


The Parent Club management committee is responsible for ensuring the charity is run properly and that our projects deliver the outcomes we aim for. All our policies (including Safeguarding, Diversity and Health & Safety) and role descriptions for project staff are reviewed at least once per year. The committee of 6 includes four trustees.


Chief Executive & Project Co-ordinator

Chris has worked for over twenty years in areas of high social deprivation, initially as a specialist teacher supporting children and young people with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties and then in various management roles within education and third sector organisations.

Chris read English at UCL before undertaking a PGCE at the Institute of Education and has an MA in Policy Studies from the Institute of Education, in which he focussed on systemic approaches to reducing social exclusion. He is particularly interested in community psychology and early intervention.

Chris is a Fellow of the School for Social Entrepreneurs and founded Parent Club after completing their 12-month ‘Start-Up’ programme



An experienced third sector leader, David is the Founder/Director of The Social Enterprise, which supports social organisations to realise their ‘mission-driven ambition’. David has worked with Chris from the start of the Parent Club project, providing strategic advice and a wide range of additional ad hoc support.

David started his career as a strategic communications consultant with Chime Communications. From there, he co-founded The PR Office, where he set up and ran its third sector division. David has an MPA from New York University and an MA from Cambridge University. He is an NYU Reynolds Fellow in Social Entrepreneurship and a Clore Social Fellow.

He is currently working with Unilever as a Specialist in Sustainable Business on their global enhancing livelihoods commitments. For five years David was Chief Executive of Survivors Fund (SURF) which supports survivors of the genocide in Rwanda, who he continues to advise in his role as UK Coordinator.



Anand Doobay is a criminal solicitor who has been involved in criminal policy issues, both domestically and at an EU level, for many years. Anand is on the Council of a legal charity and has previously been a trustee of, and volunteer with, a charity providing emotional support. Anand was also a trustee of a legal charity and is currently the trustee of a charity providing support to cancer patients. Anand was a non-executive director of a mutual providing youth services in London.



Jonathan is a musician in the band Coldplay and has experience supporting the work of several charities; he is also a trustee of another charity.

Jonathan is strongly committed to equality and social justice and, as a father of two young children himself, is particularly interested in supporting innovative work with Early Years families.



Shuvo is a London-based businessman and entrepreneur, who has a life long interest in community organising and initiatives to improve social justice.



Marianna worked regularly as a volunteer at the Hackney Kitchen Club before becoming a trustee in 2016. She has extensive experience fundraising for charitable causes and has also worked in the primary education sector.

Tamara Adenuga


Tamara and her two children attended the Round Chapel project as beneficiaries for several years before joining the management committee as a trustee in 2023. Tamara brings highly relevant lived experience of the challenges faced by many of our families, as well as wider expertise from her training in midwifery.

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