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Alex Carroll

Alex has worked in the football industry for a decade, starting his career at Tottenham Hotspur and spending the last 5 years at Queens Park Rangers where he is the Academy Director. Alex is passionate about providing young people with a platform to showcase their potential and believes that FBB does just that.

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Ian Gethin

Ian is an adviser to numerous organisations in the social and private sectors. Recent roles have included advising a London based arts charity on devising an impact measurement programme, advising an education charity on its social enterprise activities and financial forecasting capabilities and advising a national philanthropic body on future development and strategy; as well as being chair and non-executive director for a number of individual infrastructure investment companies.

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Zoya Wallington

Zoya grew up in Hackney, training at Central School of Ballet as a teenager where she learned the message ‘talent is work’. Zoya is using her work in design, research and evidence to ensure that young people are receiving the value they deserve from their education regardless of where they grow up.

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Keme Nzeram

Keme has been a journalist for 15 years, after spending his formative years in the 3rd sector. He joined the board of FBB because he believes football is uniquely placed to help young people value, and strive to achieve their full potential. And to become active and responsible citizens.

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Richard Wheeler

Richard has nearly 20 years experience working in the media and technology sector and currently leads an international business development team at Google. A long time Arsenal fan, Richard is passionate about harnessing the power of sport and football in particular make a positive difference to young peoples through education.

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Lekan Ojumu

Lekan has worked within the voluntary sector for nearly 15 years years. Currently working for a leading social investment fund. Previously he managed a grant giving and capacity building  programme across London, supporting sports and youth development organisations with fundraising, business planning and governance. In addition to being an avid sports fan for the sake of it, he understands the power of sport and has been a supporter since FBB’s first school project in South London!

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