Nathalie Casali, a parent governor, has worked as a financial analyst for 18 years. She chairs the Resources and Premises Committee. She has one child at the school and one who has moved on to secondary.
Adam Cooke is a co-opted governor. He is a qualified lawyer and late in his career re-trained as a secondary school science teacher. Adam lives near the school and has three children.
Marcus Goddard has been a parent governor since 2019 and was elected as chair in September 2021. Marcus is a partner in a construction consultancy who specialise in health and safety. He has two children at the school.
Lucy Moorehead became a parent governor in 2018 and has two children at Gospel Oak. She has worked in education for 17 years and is currently an Assistant Head at a secondary school in South London. Lucy is vice-chair of the governing body, chairs the School Improvement Committee and is the link governor for the curriculum.
Ritu Sehgal is a co-opted governor who joined the board in 2020. A finance specialist by training and banker by profession, she holds a keen interest in Education sector. Ritu is the link governor for Safeguarding.
Daisy Thomson is a co-opted governor. She is a senior policy advisor at the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government. Daisy lives locally and also volunteers as a mentor at the nearby Beacon School.
Tristan Stubbs has been a parent governor since December 2022. He is Secretary to the House of Lords Commission, the political executive board of the Upper House, where he has worked for eleven years. He has two children at the school.
Clare Flaxen has been a parent governor since December 2022. She is a psychotherapist, speaker and mindset trainer. She runs her own private practice and has extensive experience working within the NHS and of running support services in Higher Education. She has a daughter in the school.
A governor’s term of office is 4 years, renewable. All the above governors are in their first term of office, except Alison Minto (chair). She has been a governor since 2010 and is in her third term of office.