OUR PEOPLE

Youth Services Manager Troy Norbert

Troy has been working with young people since graduation specialising youth engagement and youth research. He is a Governor of Canon’s High School, a Trustee of the Ignite charity and currently a member of the GLA Civic Fellows Programme.

Sports Development Co-ordinator Frances White

Frances is a sports science graduate with extensive coaching experience and a former Team GB gymnast

Trustees/Officers

  •  Chair: Adrian Mars grew up in the Gospel  Oak area. He is an IT consultant, broadcaster on technology topics and keen semi-amateur photographer. He currently also volunteers for GOAL’s sister organisation QCCA and is an NHS volunteer. Previous voluntary roles have included director and contributor to ‘The Fleet’ a non profit community newspaper, Gospel Oak Primary School governor, mentoring a young offender for Crime Concern Camden and acting as a volunteer appropriate adult
  • Treasurer: Dinah Gallop
    Dinah has lived in Gospel Oak for over 30 years. Now retired, she was a senior public affairs manager during her professional life.
  • Trustees:
  • John Cochrane
    John has been resident in the local area since 1990. On  leaving the Army in 1998 as a colonel he joined the Ministry of Defence. He currently works part time as a political risk analyst.
  • Larraine Revah has been a councillor for Gospel Oak since 2010 . She has served as Mayor of Camden, twice in Camden’s Cabinet and is currently the Council’s Champion for carers and for people with learning disabilities and vice chair of Camden’s Disability Oversight Panel. Larraine is the Over-75s and community services manager for Highgate NewTown Community Centre.
  • Andrew Blow has worked with young people all his life as a youth worker, teacher, head teachere, and in consultancy both in the UK and abroad
  • Julia Robinson volunteered in the Youth Club before becoming a trustee

We welcome new trustees, particularly from people who live or have connections in the Gospel Oak area or went to the youth club in Queens Crescent as a young person. To find out more, please email goal@qcca.org.uk or call the reception at Queen’s Crescent Community Association on 020 7267 6635.

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