Our People

Our Leadership Team

Meet our leadership team, a group of passionate individuals united to build a resourceful and resilient community response to food, digital and furniture poverty.

 

Get to know each member of the team, understand their professional background as well as an unusual trivia fact about themselves.

Rosie Caley

Rosie Caley

Head of Fundraising
Volunteer

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Rosie spent 10 years in university fundraising roles. Since 2005, she has been working as an interior designer and director of a construction company since 2005.

“I have never seen a James Bond or Star Wars film!”

Rosie Caley

Corinne D'Angelo

Head of Marketing
Volunteer

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Corinne is a corporate brand strategy consultant. She has worked across various industries on a wide range of projects – from rebranding multinationals to advising a local charity.

 I can’t shake off my French accent despite living in Wandsworth for the past 25 years. I still can’t pronounce squirrel, salmon or vegetable, among other words, which is a source of great amusement for my family and friends.

Rosie Caley

Kevin Godwin

Head of Administration
Volunteer

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Kevin’s background is in compliance and client service delivery. Previous roles have included Technical and Operations Director for SME and Global Lloyd’s of London Brokers

“I love travelling and have visited over 65 countries and counting. I am a lifelong West Ham fan.”

Rosie Caley

Penny McNabb

Head of Voluntary Partnerships
Volunteer

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Penny has spent most of her career as a Conference Producer in publishing, creating large scale events in the Social Care sector. She also cared for an aged family member. She has now transitioned into a Learning Coach.

“I was named after a Thunderbirds puppet!”

Rosie Caley

Victoria Swaysland

Head of Volunteering
Volunteer

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Vikki’s career is in Financial Services, having worked for KPMG Consulting, AXA and Barclays. She currently works for M&G at Investments as Programme Director for their sustainability programme.

“I am obsessed with anything that sparkles be it shoes, jackets or jewellery. You’ll never miss me in a crowd!”

Rosie Caley

Cormac Van Der Hoeven

Co-Founder
Volunteer

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Cormac is a Maths and Economics teacher currently working at secondary school in Wimbledon. Outside the classroom, he coaches rugby and football, as well as the ballboy/girl team for The Championships, Wimbledon.

“I fed Roger Federer the tennis ball to win him his First Grand Slam title in 2003!”

Rosie Caley

Craig Wellstead

Co-Founder
Head of Operations

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Craig’s previous roles have been in construction and logistics. He was also the President of the Old Rutlishians’ Association between 2018 and 2020 where he organised events for the club members and the local community.

“I love travelling all around the world to watch sports: football, cricket and horse racing.”

Rosie Caley

Xavier Wiggins

Co-Founder/Ambassador
Volunteer

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Xavier has shifted from working in the real estate industry for 25 years to launching a social enterprise: Browsio.co.uk, an online marketplace for the benefit of not-for-profit organisations.

“My telly experience is considerable, despite being rubbish at it. From regular slots on Soccer AM to something on Men and Motors with Vinnie Jones from his local pub to a quiz on Live TV where one of our team had to do the Bucking Bronco for extra points.”

Rosie Caley

Peter Wilkins

Head of Finance
Volunteer

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Peter is an accountant and has held varied finance positions across multiple industries from TV to fund management. He is also treasurer and trustee for two local charities based in Kingston.

“I go to lots of gigs and already knew Ed Sheeran before he was famous when he used to play in Tooting and Putney pubs. I was invited to his first album launch party.”

Rosie Caley

Missie Wellstead

Head of Security
Volunteer

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After spending many years playing in gardens and snuggling on sofas, Missie began her security career at the food hub. She now supervises the deputy security team who constantly naps on the job.

“I love chewing on carrots and going on strolls with volunteers during their breaks. After 12 years of back and forth at the vets, I discovered I only have one kidney, I am a walking miracle!”

Our Volunteers

Our organisation is run almost entirely by dedicated volunteers. Every individual’s contribution is important and we wouldn’t be here without you. Thank you to all of the teams behind Keep Kids Connected, furniture, box packers, store leaders, stall workers, drivers, helpline call handlers, onboarding, marketing, PR, social media, and everyone else who helps keep us going.
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Dons Local Action Group is part of the AFC Wimbledon Foundation.
Registered Charity no. 1154198.
www.afcwimbledonfoundation.com

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Helpline: 0203 301 4511