Our Team



Meet the Trustees

John Pendrey - Chair of Trustees

 is a retired engineer. He has thirty years’ experience as a trustee and coach to youth sports teams.

Susy Lenihan - Trustee

is semi-retired from working, for many years, in the financial sector. She has an active interest in charities which support the welfare of young people and those affected by addiction.

Debra Hawley - Trustee

is a former lecturer at Wiltshire College. Prior to that, she spent ten years working as a customer services manager in the private sector.

Kayleigh Malone - Trustee

is head of partnerships in an out-of-home advertising company, with ten years of contract management experience, and prior to that coordinated projects in the industry.

Susanna Lisle - Trustee

is a Wiltshire artist who studied at Goldsmiths College of Art and Bath School of Art. She exhibits locally and across the UK.

Bonnie Simpson - Trustee

is an in-house recruitment manager in the private sector, with active experience in learning & development and general HR.

Meet the Committee

Dinah Wellenkamp - Committee Member

is a former business manager with many years’ budget monitoring experience.

Jordan Holloway - Committee Member

is a community mental health worker studying for her mental health nursing degree. She joined the team after receiving invaluable support from the charity.

Meet the Professionals

Bridget Green

is a qualified counsellor with 13 years’ experience in supporting families affected by addiction. She works with Families Out Loud to provide assessment and counselling sessions. She also facilitates the support group meetings.

Donna Nowell

is a qualified counsellor who lends support to the FOL team. She has several years’ experience in supporting family members affected by a loved-one’s addiction. Donna is also trained and experienced in working with teenagers and young adults.

Andin Tagni

is a qualified integrative counsellor and support group facilitator, with experience working in the field of mental health. She is trained and experienced in, and has a strong passion for, supporting bereaved individuals.

Fiona Culham

has worked in the field of addiction for several years. She is an experienced facilitator who is trained in safeguarding.

Ingrid Gammage

is a qualified counsellor and support group facilitator with Families Out Loud. She has many years’ experience working in the field of mental health.

Tanya Hughes

is a qualified counsellor who has supported families and children affected by addiction in private practice, rehabilitation centres and with charities. She now feels honoured to be supporting adults and young people with Families Out Loud.

Natasha Vaughan

is a qualified Psychodynamic Counsellor who supports young people and adults.  She is also an experienced support group facilitator and has worked very closely with people dealing with trauma-related issues.

Meet our Champions

Dr Jan Gentaku Mojsa

UKCP Registered Psychotherapist & Supervisor

Buddhist Chaplain

Visiting Fellow, School of Health and Social Care, Bournemouth University

Families Out Loud offers something very rare. That rarity is to be found in the people who hold the charity and its service to families journeying with addiction. Rather than hiding issues in a shadowy corner, Families Out Loud lovingly and skilfully enable issues to be raised, and words to be spoken. In my view, they have the richest of things – a depth of compassion and knowledge that arises out of experience.

I offer my total support for this unique charity in its support of families struggling to both survive and make sense of the pathways of addiction. They are a family in its truest sense – being there when the going gets tough, offering the kindness and firmness that helps each other to become more of who we are.

Jane Eaton

Wiltshire Artist and Textile Designer

As a mother of four children, two daughters with addiction, one in recovery and one still battling to embrace change, I am very aware of the devastating impact this can have on the family. Thirty years with an addicted family member with very little professional support, Families Out Loud was recommended to me by one of my daughters and I reached out to them for help.

They have been an anchor and an amazing support to me in dealing with traumatic incidents that have occurred in the last couple of years. My thanks go to them for being there for me and for the amazing work they do to help families.

Jo Trigg

Wiltshire Councillor & Trowbridge Town Councillor

Trustee – Trowbridge Future

Business Support Consultant

Vice Chair of Board of Governors – The John of Gaunt School 

Governor – Studley Green Primary School

Charities that are born out of personal experience and genuine compassion provide not only a vital service to those in need, but also enrich the wider communities in which they are embedded.  Families Out Loud is such a charity. Created by, and for, those understanding the impacts addiction can have on families, it provides an essential lifeline. I’m very proud to support Families Out Loud who I know are making a difference to people in our community every single day.

Dave Payne

Health and Wellbeing Coach

Bradford on Avon and Wiltshire PCN

As a recovering addict I was blinkered to the hurt I was causing my family. With an organisation like Families Out Loud, families and loved ones of people in addiction can get the support they richly deserve and need.

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Thank You National Lottery

Thank You National Lottery

Families Out Loud is excited to announce that The National Lottery have awarded us 3 years' Salary Funding for the two part-time freelance roles of Fundraiser & Marketing Coordinator.During our first 5 years, all back office functions - including...

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