Director of Youth Organising and Apprenticeships 
Edward Badu 

Edward is also on CTC’s Chaplaincy team at London Design & Engineering University Technical College, harnessing the potential of community organising rooted in prayer.

Director, William Seymour Project 
Charnelle Barclay

Charnelle oversees our work with Pentecostal churches, with a particular focus on youth leadership. She is also working on our Organising for Growth project.

Director of Leadership Training
Miriam Brittenden

Miriam co-ordinates CTC’s Wagstaff Course and is involved in our work on congregational development and neighbourhood organising. She is also a CTC Research Associate.

Sr Josephine Canny OA

Sister Josephine is our Chaplain. She is a member of the English Province of the Oblates of the Assumption and has worked extensively in schools. She was London Citizens’ 2007 Leader of the Year.

Director of Partnerships and Development 
Marzena Cichon-Balcerowicz

Marzena leads our work on neighbourhood organising and partnerships. Before coming to CTC, she was an experienced community organiser with Citizens UK

IMG00208-20130819-2312Co-ordinator, Cardinal Manning Programme   
Fr Sean Connolly

Fr Sean is Priest of the Catholic Parish of Manor Park. He has been involved in London Citizens for over twenty years, and engages Catholic parishes and schools in community organising.

Chaplaincy Co-ordinator, LDE UTC
The Revd Polly Kersys-Hull

Polly is Vicar of Holy Trinity & St Augustine Church, Leytonstone, part of CTC’sOrganising for Growth project- and now also co-ordinates CTC’s Chaplaincy team at London Design & Engineering University Technical College,

Chaplain and Community Organiser 
Corrine Louis

Corrine is a member of our new Chaplaincy Team at St Katharine Cree, engaging with “hidden workers” to worship God, build community and challenge injustice.

Development Worker 
Ivonne Lojan Maldonado

Ivonne is a member of our new Chaplaincy Team at St Katharine Cree, engaging with “hidden workers” to worship God, build community and challenge injustice.

Development Consultant
Dr Claire Moll Namas

Claire is developing CTC’s work at St Katharine Cree, engaging “hidden workers” to worship, build community and challenge injustice, and also on the Buxton Leadership Programme

Church-based Community Organiser 
Keisha Nembhard

Keisha is working on our Organising for Growth project at St Andrew’s Stamford Hill – harnessing the tools of community organising to grow the congregation and to act for justice.

Executive Director
Fr Angus Ritchie

Serving in East End churches involved in community organising since 1998, Angus is now at St George-in-the-East and St Katharine Cree. His latest book is Inclusive Populism

img_5130Director, Urban Leadership School
Fr Richard Springer

Richard leads CTC’s Urban Leadership School. He is also Rector at St George-in-the-East, Shadwell and Dean of Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic Ministry for the Stepney Area.

Development Co-ordinator, Organising for Growth
Frankie Webster

Frankie works on CTC’s Organising for Growth project, and on the development of lay leadership training.

Housing Organiser & Director, Buxton Leadership Programme | Rhiannon Winstanley-Sharples

Rhiannon is working with St George-in-the-East and other local institutions, as part of an innovative place-making project with Create Streets

Leadership Programmes

CTC has two young leaders on its 2022/23 Buxton Leadership Programme  Ella Lewis (at St Martin’s Plaistow) and Becky Plummer (at St Mary’s Walthamstow) and has Mariam Kizza as a Community Organising Apprentice working with Christ Apostolic Church, Hackney.


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