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Rev. Jim McKinney
Reverend Jim McKinney has been Vicar of Roehampton Holy Trinity Church since 1996. Before then he was a parish priest in Doncaster Cumbria. Throughout his time as vicar, Jim has been involved in social issues and community developement. Since coming to London, he has sought to promote the needs of Roehampton as a Chair of both the Roehampton Forum, the Roehampton Partnership and Wandsworth Community Empowerment Network. Jim is married to Sue who is a Labour Councillor for Roehampton and Senior Lecturer in Education at the University of Roehampton.
Tony Tuck

Tony Tuck spent his working life as a civil servant dealing with social security issues. This latterly included statistical research and supporting ministers on a range of policy areas. After early retirement in 1990 he spent 8 years as an elected local authority councillor and spoke for the opposition in Wandsworth, London on Social Services an Education.

 For over two decades he has been widely involved in a range of local bodies and charities and remains on a number of trustee bodies, as well as chairing a local Youth Centre, and a housing company board. He is a trustee of Age UK Wandsworth.

Joan Robinson
Joan Robinson has been very active in Wandsworth and the Voluntary Sector for many years, being instrumental in youth work and community advocacy and for the senior population through co-founding the Balham Autumn Rose 60+ Club. She is an Elder and Leader at the Balham Seventh-Day Adventist Church and a member of the South West London Health & Wellbeing Network, a lay representative on the Patient & Public Involvement Reference Group of the Wandsworth Clinical Commissioning Group, a member of the Seldom Heard Thinking Partners and the BME Mental Health Forum.
Natalie Gibson-Wilson
Nathalie Yvonnie Gibson has worked as a qualified nurse working many years at St John’s Hospital Battersea, later transferring to Putney Hospital. Nathalie further expanded her nursing expertise through her work at the famous mental hospital, The Priory in Roehampton.

Nathalie has been involved in a number of church and community initiatives over the years and is currently a member of Lynwood Christian Fellowship in Tooting and the NHS-sponsored Pastor’s Network currently undertaking a course in Family Therapy.