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Staff Team

Welcome to our Team!

Maggee Fulleylove - Chief Executive Officer

Maggee joined Headway Surrey in 2015, as Finance and Admin Manager, she transitioned to Joint CEO and then full CEO in 2024.  She has lived and worked in and around Guildford all her life. Her early experiences were gained working for a knitwear company, a brewery, a publishing company and an examination board, a self-employed Secretary/PA/Bookkeeper.

She holds the Certificate for Brain Injury Awareness, Behaviour and Cognition and has experience of being an Emergency First Responder. She has advanced training in Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST), first aid and mental first aid training. 

Maggee holds the AAT Certificate in Accounting and works closely with the Treasurer and Finance Committee, keeping our monies in check. 

Maggee won the Lord Lieutenancy of Surrey Award in 2021, in recognition of exceptional services and dedication in supporting specialist services to survivors of brain injury and their families.  


Claire Moore - Services Manager

Claire joined Headway Surrey in January 2023 as the new Office Manager. She lives in Surrey, where she raised her children. 

She has spent the last 20 years working in the education sector, most recently as a year manager for a large high school. She has supported year groups of 330 students along with their families successfully through to sixth form. 

Her role has included identifying concerns for the students, ranging from home concerns, emotional/ well-being concerns to SEN needs and ensuring relevant referrals for external support from different professionals were implemented. She has skills and experience in different fields including children’s care, learning and child Development.

Claire has first-hand knowledge of supporting, training and guiding staff working with or for her, and has excelled in implementing strategies to support positive change within the work environment.

Claire is currently studying the Cognitive Rehabilitation Course with Kit Malia and Brain Tree Training.


Jo Jones Baxter - Rehabilitation Coordinator

Jo started at Headway Surrey as a volunteer in February 2018, becoming a paid member of staff in April 2018.  She lives in Surrey.

She specialises in planning and providing group and 1:1 Brain Injury Education sessions which combine information, strategies and activities to address cognitive impairment. 

She pioneered our visits into HMP Send as part of our community outreach, where we were supporting a prisoner with brain injury.

Jo holds the nationally recognised Certificate in Brain Injury Studies from Northampton University and Headway UK.  She has a degree in Education, specialising in Special Educational Needs (SEN); she was a SEN Coordinator during her primary teaching career.  Then whilst raising her family, Jo worked as Learning Support in primary schools and was a Governor for 7 years while living in Woking.


Rowena Tyler - Rehabilitation Coordinator

Rowena lives in the Cranleigh area and joined Headway Surrey in August 2016, as a Support Worker, supporting clients both in the Centre and also out in the community.  Rowena is the Lead for art within Headway Surrey.

Previously she was an experienced retail manager, with excellent front line service skills.  She gained exceptional experience working for a boys school that specialised in challenging behavioural problems and autism.  She has particular skills in observing and spotting triggers of a learned behaviour that need to be changed.

Rowena holds the Nationally recognised Certificate in Brain Injury Studies from Northampton University and Headway UK, plus an NVQ3 in Challenging Behaviour and a Diploma in Counselling. 


Laura Bisset - Rehab Assist

(Part time)

Laura was born and bred in the Surrey Hills. Her background is predominantly childcare within the early years sector and supporting different age groups. Laura has experience in recruitment and helping people with mental health barriers who find daily life challenging.  She likes caring for people and helping others, so working for Headway Surrey was something she was very exited about when she got the chance.   In her spare time she enjoys, countryside walks, looking after her son and spending time with family.  Laura joined Headway Surrey in September 2023 and is studying Brain Tree training with Kit Malia.

 


Gill Edwards - ABI Link Worker (East Surrey & London)

(Part-time)

Gill lives in the Godalming area of Surrey and started working with Headway Surrey at the beginning of 2021, during the pandemic. 

She has a degree in marketing and 20 years of PR and marketing experience within the medical profession, including neuro and spinal rehabilitation at Unsted Park Rehabilitation Centre, as well as working within disability and elderly care.

She will be using her experience and talents as an ABI Link Worker to develop, strengthen and maintain relationships with key health and social care professionals, hospitals, GPs, Social Prescribers, patients and families.

She give talks and presentations to health and social care workers and other groups that are interested in the work that we do.  These can be on Zoom or in person.  


Kat Howard - Counselling Manager

(Part-time)

Kathryn, known as Kat, joined Headway Surrey in December 2020. Her passion at home and at work is brain injury.  Kathryn started her career in brain injury in March 2001, she started as a Brain Injury Case Manager in August 2010 and qualified as a Counsellor in 2019, so with two decades of experience within the care industry, brain injury rehabilitation and support, she has a good working knowledge of those affected by brain injury.

Kat’s counselling approach uses a humanistic, integrative and relational model, focusing on self development, growth, responsibility and self-empowerment. She has specialist training in loss, trauma, suicide awareness and bereavement and has been a volunteer for 3 years at St Wilfred’s Hospice, Sussex.

Kat offers a safe space to enable change, with a non-judgemental approach, where each person can explore and discuss their issues.

Kat works part-time remotely. 


How you can Help Us

Donate to Headway Surrey

We rely on voluntary donations to continue to provide vital services to brain injury survivors and their families. There are many ways to make a donation

Volunteer

Whatever your skills and experience - we can find you a role.

Fundraising

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