Public governors

These governors represent the interests of members of the public who are residents of England and Wales.

Public governors:

  • Ivan Moore, representing Kensington and Chelsea
  • Silvia Gerea, representing Brent
  • Position vacant, representing Brent
  • Position vacant, representing Camden
  • Sudha Agrawal, representing Ealing, Hounslow, Hammersmith and Fulham
  • Anil Dattani, representing Harrow
  • Lameck Ngulube, representing Hillingdon
  • Position vacant, representing Kensington and Chelsea
  • Cheryl Prax, representing Westminster
  • Position vacant, representing England and Wales
  • Position vacant,  representing Milton Keynes
  • Vacant position, representing Hillingdon
  • Vacant position, representing England and Wales
  • Vacant position, representing Camden

Ivan Moore, representing Kensington and Chelsea

Ivan Moore, public govenor

Ivan Moore, public governor

Ivan has built up over the years extensive links with K&C CNWL local management, front line staff and other CNWL staff including CNWL Trust Board members. Also in K&C voluntary sector charities such as the Advocacy Project, Healthwatch, Hestia, K&C Mind, SMART and the social council. He is also a member of the K&C Mental Health partnership group. He also has close links with service user/carer organisations and individuals across the eight Borough North West London Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STP) footprint

Silvea Gerea, representing Brent

Silvia Gerea, public govenor

Silvia Gerea, public govenor

Silvia has being a resident of Brent, service user, a public member, NHS and private sector professional for over 15 years and believes that she can become the voice of local people. She can use the knowledge to serve the community and help deliver high quality services. As governor it will allow her use all the skills and experience accumulated all this years in helping the community to expand its services, become more organised and deliver high standard of services.

Sudha Agrawal, representing Ealing, Hounslow, Hammersmith and Fulham

Sudha Agrawal

Sudha has a passion for Health and wants every member of the public to receive the best available treatment if it is ever needed. Professionally she is a Chartered Accountant and have been providing Financial services to the NHS for the last 10 years. Prior to the NHS she worked for the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) for more than twenty years, She is already a committed Trustee of Age UK Ealing and believes her experience will be greatly beneficial to the Council of Governors.

Anil Dattani, representing Harrow

Anil Dattani

Anil has lived in Harrow for 27 years . He is qualified in the sciences, worked in IT software and have a keen interest in finance, investments, law and mental health. He brings a unique combination of extensive first hand NHS user experience coupled with wide ranging life experiences and a technical background.

Lameck Ngulube, representing Hillingdon

Lameck Ngulube

Lameck is a Social Worker with a Master of Social Work degree. He has vast experience working with people living with mental health issues. He is a keen advocate for homeless people and currently volunteers at the Hillingdon Winter Shelter.

Cheryl Prax, representing Westminster

Cheryl Prax

Cheryl Prax

Cheryl, a Westminster resident for 42 years, is a passionate campaigner for humane treatment of people going through extreme states. She has extensive links with service user organisations. She has spent the last nine years exploring various approaches to mental health and has attended conferences and lectures by experts in their field. She has recently trained in Open Dialogue – the successful family therapy for psychosis from Western Lapland. She is committed to challenging the dominant medical model and exploring humane and successful psycho-social models of care which take into account service user and carer perspectives with long term rehabilitation at the core. She would especially like to see CNWL adopt approaches such as Soteria and Open Dialogue along with freedom of choice of treatment and support for patients who want to gradually reduce their  use of psychiatric drugs. Her main aim is to end forced drug treatment and electroconvulsive therapy.