Who we are - Staff
Coram Voice has staff, associates and volunteers delivering services to children and agencies across the country through our London headquarters and regional offices. Together they possess a high degree of specialist expertise in the fields of advocacy, children’s rights, complaints, secure accommodation and a wealth of experience of working with children in care, in custody, in need and those who have recently left care.
As part of the Coram group of charities we are under the guidance of Dr Carol Homden, CBE. Read more about her and some other members of the Coram Voice team below.
Dr Carol Homden, CBE, Chief Executive Officer, Coram
I oversee the Coram group of charities which includes Coram Voice. I am also a member of the Department for Education’s Adoption Leadership Board, the Children’s Interagency Group (CIAG) and am Chair of the National Autistic Society.
Fun fact: As an organiser of the Urban Music Festival, I once met Jay-Z!
Brigid Robinson, Managing Director
I am responsible for all our operational services nationally for children and young people.
Fun fact: I was once on Top of the Pops.
Andrew Dickie, Head of Services
I am responsible for Coram Voice's national advocacy service Always Heard, and a range of the children's rights services we provide across the country.
Fun fact: Whenever I get the chance I like to camp and climb in mountains in the Lake District and
Pauline Robins, Service Manager: National Lead for Visiting Advocacy & New Business Development
I manage a wide range of advocacy services across the Midlands and North including instructed and non-instructed advocacy for young people in residential homes and foster care. I work with a great team of advocates.
Fun fact: I enjoy learning new skills and am learning the piano. I love travelling but especially enjoy spending time with my five children and six grandchildren. I also love chocolate!