Adrienne joined The Nehemiah Project in July 2011 bringing with her over 20 years’ experience in the field of health and social care.
Prior to joining TNP, she worked as a linguist (English, French, Russian), interpreter and translator for Southwark Council and the NHS.
Adrienne has also worked for various housing associations, managing a range of schemes for asylum seekers, refugees, women fleeing domestic violence, homelessness, people with poor mental health, substance misuse problems, and ex-offenders. She currently leads the Recovery Programme Team, overseeing the programme A New Future, keeping an eye on Residents’ welfare and the four houses. Adrienne is respected by all she works with, bringing huge drive, determination, a relentless work ethic, and a thirst for new ideas to every project. She also brings a calm head and her unique sense of humour to every situation. She is deeply committed to her work, to her teams, to The Nehemiah Project and to development in Africa.
Adrienne is also a Fellow of The Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) and holds the City & Guilds Senior Award of Graduateship in Management.
She also gained her Masters’ degree in International Law.