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PIP Staff

Bill Feeney

Bill Feeney

My name is Bill and I am the Director at PIP, having joined in early 2010. My remit is to oversee all aspects of the organisation, including operations, finances and funding, and strategic direction. Working at PIP is a genuine pleasure, being part of a dynamic staff which delivers valuable and effective services to a wonderful and stimulating client group. Our service users are PIP’s most valuable resource, playing a key role in the organisation’s present and future direction. PIP’s ability to deliver high quality and effective services towards independent living, work skills development, education, travel training, and emotional and social development make working here both challenging and rewarding. I feel privileged to be part of the PIP community, and look forward to the next stage in our development.

 
Katherine

Katherine

Hi, my name is Katherine and I joined PIP at the end of October 2011 as Service Coordinator. My role involves overseeing PIP’s four services: W9, SW1, Travel Training and CDP. Even though my job can sometimes be very busy, I really enjoy working for such a unique and dynamic organization, which champions choice and independence for people with learning disabilities. I feel genuinely privileged to work with PIP’s fantastic students, who never fail to put a smile on my face as soon as I walk through the door!

 
Jess

Jess

My name is Jess and I joined PIP in April 2010 as the Accreditation project worker. I am based at PIP W9 and am responsible for the accreditation of the courses run at our W9, SW1 and Travel Training projects, which in short will mean all students completing any course PIP delivers will receive a nationally recognised qualification. Currently I am getting to grips with my role and am really enjoying getting to know the students and the staff team here. It is a lovely, supportive environment to work in, and it is great to see how enthusiastic the students are about gaining their certificates.

 
Katie

Katie

My name is Katie, and I joined PIP as the Projects Coordinator in April 2014 after moving to London from America. I have experience working with children and adults with disabilities as both a coordinator and a fundraiser. I was drawn to PIP because of the energy of the staff and their commitment to helping the students reach their full potential. I look forward to getting to work in my new role and being a part of this fantastic organization.

 
Adam

Adam

Hello, my name’s Adam and I joined PIP as a Development Worker in June 2013. Prior to this I lived in Edinburgh where I was a support worker providing domestic and social support to at-risk members of the community. I’m currently delivering groups on healthy eating and exercise and I am looking forward to facilitating sessions on music and computers next term. I am also the college co-ordinator which requires me to be our point of contact with the various educational facilities in the Tri-Borough area and beyond. The students and staff at PIP made me feel incredibly welcome from the minute I arrived here and I am really excited to be a part of this caring and forward thinking organisation.

 
Lauren

Lauren

Hi my name is Lauren. I began my role as a Development worker at PIP in April 2013. Since starting my role I have facilitated groups such as Healthy Living, Literacy and Technology. Previously I have worked at various organisations including Schools, Pupil referral units and Youth Clubs working with people with learning disabilities. I’m looking forward to bringing my creativity to this exciting role.

 
Sandy

Sandy

I have been with PIP as a Development Worker since July 2013. Prior to joining the team I gained a degree in social sciences and practiced as a Social Worker in the field of Child Protection for Hull City Council and as a Family Support Worker. Since graduating in 2010 I have been responsible for supporting a range of vulnerable people and I have been continuously passionate about enhancing social well-being and encouraging independence. I am delighted with my role at PIP and thrilled to be working within a team that can make a meaningful contribution to our fantastic, deserving students. My sessions at PIP include: Numeracy, Healthy Living, Keep Fit, Computer skills, Working Together & Dance.

 
Joanne

Joanne

My role at PIP W9
Hello my name is Joanne Diab my friends call me Jo. I started working at PIP September 2011. My job role as an Office Administrator which involves many duties including answering the phone, taking messages and ordering supplies for the office.

Both stationary and cleaning products for the office. Send out the post. And at the end of week my duty is to water plants in the office. My other duty is that when I come to office I always check the signing sheet folder. And my other duty is to check the attendance register for the students.

I really enjoy my work a lot, because I love working in an office environment.

 
Richard

Richard

My name is Richard and I started at PIP in October 2012 as a Development Worker. My introduction to PIP has been very enjoyable, particularly meeting all of its enthusiastic students and staff. Previously I have studied Criminology with Psychology at Hull University and I have worked as a support worker for Mencap. My role at PIP will include delivering sessions on healthy eating, managing money and healthy living.

 
Camilla

Camilla

Hi I’m Camilla, I’m a development worker at PIP. I have been working with people with learning disabilities for over 10 years and really enjoy it; previously I worked for a charity that support people into work. At PIP I am responsible for teaching the work skills course and supporting the transition group. I am really enjoying my job here and working with such great energetic students.

 
Rosie

Rosie

My name is Rosie and I joined PIP as a Development Worker in November 2013. I began here as a volunteer and am delighted to be welcomed into an organisation that creates unique and exciting opportunities for its service users. Prior to this I studied Anthropology at Sussex University and have worked in different creative environments supporting a range of vulnerable adults. It is a genuine pleasure to work alongside PIP’s fantastic students who make everyday fun and interesting! I am excited to get stuck into my new role which involves delivering sessions on healthy cooking, numeracy, and social wellbeing.

 
Aysha

Aysha

Hi my name is Aysha. I began working at PIP in September 2012.

I also work as a youth worker for Camden Council. Previously I have worked in roles from supporting access to volunteering, advice, and training and assessing qualifications. My role at PIP includes supporting both students and staff in sessions and supporting students at lunch.

 
Ola

Ola

My name is Olayinka, I joined PIP as an agency session worker in August 2013.

I understand the importance of promoting individual choice in my job and to empower people with learning disabilities to have control over their own lives, irrespective of their needs.

I also understand everybody in life has choices and rights to their own personal opinion and this is applicable to people with learning disabilities.

I have the supporting skills showing the students how to carry out daily fundamental routines, such as tidying up, and cooking, as part of my support to them and I am able to empower them to gain independency in their day–day activities.

 

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