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CEO & Trustees

Lynda Williams – CEO

“bibic is changing children and families lives for the better every single day and I feel so privileged to be leading the charity as their CEO.

I have worked in the charitable sector with children and young people for over twenty years and have a clear vision for bibic as we move forward into the next chapter of our history. bibic is a small charity with a massive job to do and as we start the five-year countdown to our 50th anniversary, I will be looking to make our services and therapy ever more accessible to more families, develop our geographical reach and work with like-minded and complimentary organisations across the UK.”

Barbara Scruton – Chair of Trustees

“I’m Barbara. I became a trustee of bibic as they supported my family for many years and I wanted to give something back. I am a self-employed training advisor for organisations delivering qualifications including Health and Social Care, Health and Safety and Safeguarding. I also provide training for the Children and Young People’s Workforce. I enjoy spending lots of spare time with my grandchildren as well as entertaining colleagues and friends.”

Mark Campbell – Vice Chair of Trustees

“I’m Mark. I manage a team of private bankers in my full-time job. I became a trustee as I wanted to support families and children in need. After working with the charity I have seen how supportive and determined parents are for the best quality of life for their children. In my spare time I enjoy gardening on my smallholding and spending time with my family.”

Emily Brett – Trustee

“I’m Emily and I work as a marketing consultant to the live entertainment industry. My family has been involved with supporting bibic for over 30 years, and I was delighted to cement that relationship further by becoming a trustee. In my spare time I enjoy festivals, live music, and travelling.”

Laura Voyle – Trustee

“I’m Laura and work as a PR and Communications Consultant, leading and advising on a range of political, sporting, charitable and corporate campaigns. I have been aware of the amazing work that bibic carries out for over fifteen years and was extremely proud to take this to the next level by becoming a Trustee. In my spare time, I love doing sport, travelling and spending time with friends and family.”

Dr Amit Bali

“I’m Amit and I work as a paediatrician, with a special interest in epilepsy and neurology.  I have worked alongside young people and families to help advocate for more holistic, personalised care.  This is exactly the sort of approach bibic takes, and I am proud to serve as a Trustee.”


Andrew Curran – Associate

“I’m Andrew, a Consultant Paediatric Neurologist caring for children with a variety of neurological conditions.
In my spare time I am a singer-songwriter and an author of both fiction and non-fiction titles. I became a bibic trustee as I believe the charity offers an approach to disability that is exemplary.”

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