Katie Langford


Katie has been an actress, radio presenter and prisoner, she’s a core group member and trustee of the Museum of Homelessness and sits on the board of committee for Somebody’s Daughter Theatre, Melbourne, Australia. Katie is passionately committed to instigating change through the transforming power of art and community.

Matt Peacock MBE


Former support worker, founder of Streetwise Opera and Clore Leadership Fellow. He is one of Gordon Brown’s ‘Everyday Heroes’ one of Evening Standard’s ’Most Influential Londoners’ and a Southbank Centre ‘Changemaker’.  

Samra Said


Samra is a dedicated humanitarian with a commitment to civic engagement. She previously worked with Street Support Network, Human Appeal and is a Southbank Centre ‘ChangeMaker’. 


Becky Schutt


Becky is a strategist and consultant in the international creative industries. She led British Council’s Developing Inclusive & Creative Economies (DICE) programme, established the University of Cambridge MBA in arts management and chaired the UK Relaxed Performance Project for people with severe autism.

Beth Knowles


Former Mayoral Lead on Homelessness and Rough Sleeping for the Greater Manchester Mayor, Andy Burnham. Beth is now Policy and Public Affairs Manager at the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman

Lucinda Meredith


Lucinda has an MA from Central School of Speech and Drama, a PGCE from Institute of Education and experience working for organisations such as Cardboard Citizens and Streetwise Opera. She is passionate about arts engagement as a tool for personal and social change.

Meha Patel


Meha has a background in the NGO sector across Policy, Advocacy and Fundraising and currently works to engage high value supporters at Crisis UK.

Rachel Walkden


A chartered accountant working in the Finance team at Macquarie, who were one of the Founder Funders of AHI.

Shukry Adan


Shukry is very passionate about human rights, mental health, ending homelessness, equality for all and using arts for social change. Shukry worked with Coventry UK City of Culture 2021 on the HOME Festival.

Tom Henderson


Tom is a solicitor advocate. He has been active with a wide range of charities, including representing asylum seekers before the Asylum Support Appeals Tribunal, advising on strategic litigation to challenge laws that persecute people on the basis of their sexual orientation.