Sarah Sultman is a co-founder of Gesher School. She started her professional life in the city for 12 years in the field of asset management. Sarah then went on to establish an art business before going on the path that led her to Gesher. She has always been involved communally from being a madricha in youth movements to being involved in charity committees and her local shul. Sarah is one of four sisters who were brought up to believe that feminism, community and welfare are all very important.
Sharon Daniels works for RSY-Netzer and Reform Judaism as the Wellbeing and Inclusion Manager.
Alison Rosen is currently Interim CEO at Northwick Park Institute of Medical Research and was formerly Executive Director of the S&P Sephardi Community. She had previously held positions in the community as Chief Executive at Langdon, Executive Director WIZO, Director of Corporate Resources at UJIA and Finance Director at Norwood. Alison has an autistic brother David Rosen who lives at Ravenswood Village.
Mich Sampson is the Director of Music at Finchley Reform Synagogue (FRS), and works with other Reform and Liberal Jewish communities to help them use music confidently in services. After FRS set up ‘Shabbat B’Yachad’, a multi-sensory and musical service aimed to be especially relevant for people with disabilities, Mich took the model to her local shul, East London and Essex Liberal Synagogue, and now co-leads a similar service there.