MōSaF

Committee Members

Joseph Oladosu

Director of Action for Community Development (AfCD), Trainer, Capacity Building and Facilitator

Judith Hibbert

A former resident with a great affection for Deptford, worked in both state and private educational organisations. Experienced in the operational development and management of people.

Sue Davies

Deptford resident, writer, former journalist producer in News & Current Affairs at BBC. ‘Once a journalist, always a journalist’.

Dr Helen Paul

Dr Helen Paul is a lecturer in Economics and Economic History at Southampton University and is particularly interested in early modern economic history: the Financial Revolution; Atlantic history; the South Sea Bubble, and the Navy’s role within the economy.

Edna Johnson

Edna Johnson

Slavery maybe in the past and is an emotive issue but it did have an enormous economic impact on London. I will like to play a part in helping MoSaF to achieve their aim to explore how the legacy of slavery lives on today and celebrate the way freedom from the trade was won.

Wonyo Setufe

Treasurer and Trustee of Honour Oak Community Centre. Finance Director of KINAARA CIC and part of the BME of Lewisham