Sustainable Freedom through Independence. Independence through Employability. Employability to Sustainable Freedom for Women survivors of Human Trafficking.

107-111 Fleet Street. London. Greater London. EC4A 2AB. United Kingdom. Telephone: 020 7936 9880. Registered England & Wales Charity Number: 1145176. Registered Company Number: 78886303

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Team

RED GODFREY SAGOO. CEO 

The ease with which humans are being bought and sold like commodities, is reflected in the estimated worth of human misery. Modern slavery and human trafficking is a rapidly expanding $150 billion global industry, that strips men, women and children of their fundamental human rights. At The Sophie Hayes Foundation, we believe the journeys of our  women survivors start with Hope, just as Sophie’s had. Through Hope, the road to Independence and Sustainable Freedom without fear, can be navigated and secured.

TEAM

Workshop Coordinator London & South :  Jo Wells

Coaching Coordinator  London & South:  Sakira Intrabal

Workshop Coordinator   Birmingham & West Midlands: Eleanor Spencer

Coaching Coordinator  Birmingham & West Midlands:  Julie Cockett

Workshop Coordinator  Manchester & North: Hannah Flint

Admin Support  Emma Richardson

Board of Directors

A. Crossley. Chair
Adam has spent almost a decade volunteering in the anti-trafficking sector, initially with Stop The Traffik and the William Wilberforce Trust then as co-founder and Chair of Trustees at the Sophie Hayes Foundation. 

Formerly an Army Officer, Adam is currently the Director of Environment and Strategic Development, responsible for Skanska’s approach to environmental management, low carbon strategy, ethical leadership, public affairs and general business planning.
L. Freeman
Lucinda is Vice President at Barclays within HR Technology and Change.
Her work covers target operating model design, HR location strategy, HR service delivery and HR transformation.
Prior to joining Barclays, Lucinda worked as an HR transformation management consultant at Deloitte, EY and Accenture working with businesses across both public and private sectors. Her projects have taken her around the world, working in America, Canada, England, Munich, Dubai, China, Australia & New Zealand.
P. Gerrard
After twenty years in the UK Civil Service, Mr Gerrard joined the Co-op, the world’s oldest co-operative business, in 2016 and is currently Campaigns and Public Affairs Director leading their campaigns on modern slavery, particularly supporting survivors, loneliness and violence in communities as well as leading the Co-op’s engagement on a broad range of public policy issues. Mr Gerrard is a Fellow of IEMA the global body of sustainability professionals.
S. Hyde
Sara Hyde currently leads work on Deaths in Custody for the NHS London Clinical Network for Health in Justice, and speaks and writes on criminal justice issues.
Sara is a panel lay member, interviewing magistrates in Central and South London. A grassroots community and feminist campaigner, elected local councillor and  Vice Chair of Fabian Women’s Network.
L. Maund
Leanne is passionate about ensuring that everyone has the opportunity to succeed and feels empowered and inspired to achieve their goals, no matter what their start in life was, or their experiences are to date.



Leanne qualified as a solicitor and now practices in a large law firm in London, specialising in corporate transactional work. Leanne also sits as a member of the Law Society of England and Wales’ Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee and is a former Chair of the Junior Lawyers
J. Millidge
John is a Chartered Accountant.  Having trained in a firm specialising in the audit of charities and non profits, John has gone on to provide audit and advisory services to organisations in the public sector, including the European Commission and the United Nations, investment and wealth management firms and companies within the leisure industries.



He is currently an audit and accounts manager responsible for a portfolio of clients ranging from sole traders to nationally recognised charities
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L. Freeman

Lucinda is Vice President at Barclays within HR Technology and Change. Her work covers target operating model design, HR location strategy, HR service delivery and HR transformation. Prior to joining Barclays, Lucinda worked as an HR transformation management consultant at Deloitte, EY and Accenture working with businesses across both public and private sectors. Her projects have taken her around the world, working in America, Canada, England, Munich, Dubai, China, Australia & New Zealand.