Cordula is a Frontline fellow and a social care manager within children and family services. She has supported families to live better and richer lives since 2008 after moving to the UK from her home country, Germany. Cordula is also an entrepreneur and has started up two business alongside her career in social care, the latter focussing on designing products and services that empower the less privileged and develop community capacity.
Meet the rest of my team
Andy has been chief executive of TACT (The Adolescent and Children’s Trust) since September 2014.
Sukriti qualified as a social worker in 1992. Her social work career has spanned across children in need, child protection, looked after children, fostering and adoption and quality assurance.
Oliver is director of the UK legal team responsible for credit restructuring at Barclays Bank PLC.
Michael is the deputy chief executive of Ark. He was previously a junior partner at McKinsey & Company and co-led its education practice in the UK.
Andrew has given ongoing support for Frontline since an early stage in 2010. Andrew formerly served as minister for schools and was a senior Number 10 adviser on education.
Jacob is a partner and managing director at Boston Consulting Group, where he leads the Technology, Media, and Telecommunications practice for London, Amsterdam and Brussels.
Jeremy is a chartered accountant and is involved with various organisations in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors.
Tim is the corporate director of children and young people for the London Borough of Newham.
Sir John Timpson CBE
John is the chairman and owner of Timpson, a UK shoe repair chain with over 2000 shops. Timpson is recognised for its creative approach to employee engagement and innovative work helping ex-offenders.
Sue is chief operating officer of Mumsnet, the UK’s most popular website for parenting advice, and has worked there since 2011.
Cordula is a Frontline fellow and a social care manager within children and family services.
Lord Tony Hall is chair of Frontline.