AGG Committee

Roy Moore 
Roy has over forty years of experience in education in Greenwich. He has been a governor at Waterside Special School since its creation and is currently Chair of Governors. He is a former Chair of the Schools Forum.
Ann Jefferson 
My name is Ann Jefferson I have been a Governor for many years many of them in Lancashire, I am Chair of Governors of Rachel McMillan Nursery and Children's Centre and Greenslade and Vice Chair At Cherry Orchard. I sit on the workforce improvement Panel representing Primary and Early Years, I am also representative for finding Local Authority Governors, and am on the School Forum and am the Secretary of Association of Greenwich Governors.

Jim Draper
Jim has been a governor for over 20 years. He is currently a governor at two primary schools: Bishop John Robinson, a CofE VA school (where he is Chair of Governors) and Charlton Manor. Jim is also a Governor and a Trustee at The Eltham Foundation School which is a Trust School with the University of Greenwich as the main Trust Partner.  Jim is a past Chair of the Association of Greenwich Governors and believes that schools are stronger by working together rather than standing alone especially at this time of cut backs.

Anne Price
Editor of The Voice
Anne is a governor at Abbey Wood Nursery and has lived in the area since the mid 90's. Previously she was a governor at Heronsgate School in West Thamesmead. She has recently taken over as editor of The Voice. 

Janet Gillman
Janet is a governor at Cherry Orchard and Windrush schools and vice-chair of governors at Pound Park.

Anne-Marie Cousins
Ann-Marie is a Community Governor at De Lucy Primary School in Abbey Wood where she has lived since 1989 and in the early 1990's was also a Governor at the Abbey Wood Secondary School (now developed into the new St Paul's Academy). She is also the Primary Representative on the School's Forum, that monitor's the schools budgets, since 2008/09, at which point she relinquished her position on the Black Ethnic Minority Advisory Committee to the Council's Education Directorate.  Ann-Marie is a single parent of two girls both of whom attend Catholic schools in Greenwich. She is a very active community champion and advocate.  In 2006 she was given a 'Community Achievement Award', from the Greenwich African-Caribbean Women's Organisation, "in recognition of her dedication to equalities, community work and education."

Christine Morgan Rushford
I have lived in Greenwich for just over 1 year. I have worked in the area of social justice for over 30 years, both as a researcher and policy advisor, both in local and central government. My particular interest is children's services and how those might be focused more effectively to bring about tangible change in the lives of children born into deprivation. Those whose behaviours bring them to the negative notice of agencies, family courts and the juvenile justice system. I act as a children's advocate, and am particularly interested in how education provision might enhance opportunities.

Mohamed Busairu

Christine Adams