Top 20 in social care

    Top 20 most influential people in the social care


    Children and young people category

    “I feel very honoured to have the confidence of Community
    readers but also recognise the responsibility I and BAAF
    have for influencing decisions about children – we aim to win the
    hearts and minds of the public, policy makers and politicians to
    make a

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    1) Felicity Collier

    difference for children separated from their birth parents,” –
    Felicity Collier




    1) Felicity Collier, chief executive, BAAF Adoption and

    2) Naomi Eisenstadt, national director, Sure Start

    3) Mary Marsh, director, NSPCC

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    2) Naomi Eisenstadt

    4) Paul Ennals, chief execeutive, National Children’s Bureau

    5) Professor June Thoburn, University of East Anglia

    6) Roger Singleton, chief executive, Barnardo’s

    7) Anthony Douglas, chief executive, Cafcass

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    3) Mary Marsh

    8) Professor Rod Morgan, chair, Youth Justice Board

    9) Caroline Abrahams, head of policy, NCH

    10) Peter Clarke, children’s commissioner for Wales

    11) Yvonne Scholes, campaigner on youth justice issues

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    4) Paul Ennals

    12) Paul Cavadino, chief executive, Nacro

    13) Kathleen Marshall, children’s commissioner for Scotland

    14) Barbara Fletcher, Department for Education and Skills

    15) John Coughlan, co-chair Association of Directors of Social
    Services children and families committee

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    5) Professor June

    16) Mary MacLeod, chief executive, National Family and Parenting

    17) Mike Lauerman, chair, Adoption and Fostering Task Force

    18) Rob Allen, director, Rethinking Crime and Punishment

    19) Anne Longfield, director, 4Children

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    6) Roger Singleton

    20) Nigel Williams, children’s commissioner for Northern

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