Trust Members

Mr N Vincent (Chair)

Mr Vincent brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the E21C Trust. He has been a school Governor for over 25 years and has fulfilled the role of Chair of Governors for 15 years. He now holds accreditation as a National Leader of Governors, Academy Ambassador and in this role he has supported many other Governing bodies. Mr Vincent has a wealth of commercial and business experience. He is the owner of a successful land and estate agency business and brings his commercial expertise to the operation of E21C.

Mr D Freeborn

Mr Freeborn has an extensive, successful track record of working in business. He brings a wide portfolio of commercial skills including negotiation, project management and development planning in a very competitive business sector. Additionally, Mr Freeborn has 15 years’ experience as a Governor in a large secondary school and, during this experience, he chaired sub committees and led on developing external links through membership of a variety of local community groups.

Mr T Webb

Mr Webb is a professionally qualified solicitor with over 25 years’ experience in his field. He runs his own law firm and has great expertise across a wide portfolio of law related issues. Mr Webb brings a wealth of experience from the commercial and law sectors.

Ms E Thompson

Ms Thompson is a professionally qualified solicitor. She attended Reading University and then went on to study the LPC at The College of Law, London. She worked in a London law firm for a year before commencing a training contract with a large Bromley based firm. In 2012 she was made a Partner in the Employment Law Team and then in 2016 she became head of the Employment Law Team. Ms Thompson also gives lectures for Law South on professional conduct issues and at a London University on employment law issues.

Mrs S Parrett OBE

Mrs Parrett OBE is the Principal and CEO of London South East Colleges. LSEC was formed following a series of mergers between the former Bromley, Bexley, Greenwich and Orpington Colleges. Through the LSEC Apprenticeship Company the College operates a managing agency which delivers over 1500 apprenticeships. She is also the CEO of Bromley Educational Trust, a multi academy trust which supports a number of schools and academies in south east London, and is building a secondary free school which will open in 2019. Sam is a board member of AELP and Faith and Beliefs in FE (FBFE). She is a member of the HEFCE Accountability and Regulation Strategic Advisory Committee and the HEFCE Teaching Excellence & Student Opportunity Strategic Advisory Committee. She is a fellow of the CIPD and a fellow of RSA.