Meet the steering committee of the Seacole Group

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Non-Executive Director,
Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust

Dal is the Chair of the Seacole Group. Dalwardin served for over 30 years in the Metropolitan Police and is the former borough commander of Harrow.  Dal has extensive board level experience in policing, community safety, child and adult safeguarding, and also particular interest and expertise in equality and diversity and mental health law. In 2010 he was awarded an OBE for services to the police and communities. Dal is a director of a school academy and a trustee for Médecins Sans Frontières, House of Illustration, and the Artichoke and Comedy School charities.



Non Executive Director
Homerton University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Cherron is the Vice Chair of the Seacole Group. A former Civil Servant, Cherron is the CEO of the Power of Staff Networks Consultancy where she is a facilitator, coach and speaker.  In 2011, Cherron was awarded an MBE for services to the Government and young people in the faith community, and in 2019 won the 'Woman in the Community' category at the Wise Women Awards.

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North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust

Cedi was a non-executive director at Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust since April 2017, and was previously a non-executive director at Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust and had a 40+ year career in the public, Not-for-Profit and private sectors including 25 years at CEO level.

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Non-Executive Director
North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust

Mehboob is senior manager in London Councils, which represents London’s 32 borough councils and the City of London. He works closely with Sadiq Khan’s administration and campaign team on policy and Borough relations. Previously he was Leader of Kirklees Council in West Yorkshire for six years. Mehboob has held many senior leadership positions in local government; Kirklees Council Leader, Chair West Yorkshire Fire Authority and a national lead for the sector on crime and community safety.