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Meet the Trustees

Meet our dedicated Trustees who guide the direction of bibic at all times

Laura Voyle – Chair of Trustees

“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.”

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.”

Dr Amit Bali – Trustee

“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.”

Jay Singleton-Campbell – Trustee

“Hi, I’m Jay. I am a parent of two amazing children that have been supported by bibic. I now have the privilege of supporting the charity in return – as a parent trustee. I have significant experience within the commercial sector and currently hold the post of Operations Director for a multinational company. My former career was as an R&D engineer in Electronics. In my spare time I invent bespoke therapeutic equipment and toys for our twins. I am also a trained musician and I enjoy recording and playing with bands at music festivals.”


Ross Henley – Trustee

“Hello, I am Ross. I am a trainer in complex needs and mental health and a member of the Autism advisory panel at Cambridge University Autism research centre. I’m also an expert by experience for the Radiant research consortium based in Norwich who conduct research into Autism issues. I’m also a long-standing District Councillor in Somerset and a published author on Autism issues.”


Louise Ravenscroft – Trustee

“I’m Louise, I have had a diverse career and continue to seek out new challenges. My background is law, corporate and charities but for the last 13 years I have worked within education. I am currently a private tutor and senior examiner for A’levels and GCSEs. I also support undergraduates as an associate lecturer in law with the Open University. I have recently been appointed as a Family Court Magistrate. I am passionate about equality and education for all. I support many students with challenges and help them achieve their potential. It’s an absolute privilege to be a trustee of bibic, a charity that reflects the values I cherish.”

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