Coram Beanstalk is led by a Senior Leadership Team made up of people with decades worth of high-level experience from the private, public and charitable sector. Together, they manage our strategy, operations, income generation, communications and finances. 

Ginny Lunn

Coram Divisional Director - Early Years and Schools/Managing Director, Coram Beanstalk

Through roles at The Prince's Trust and Save the Children, Ginny has vast experience of delivering policy programmes and strategy on a national basis. She started her career as a primary school teacher, where she witnessed first-hand the importance literacy plays in enabling children to reach their potential. From here she went on to develop programmes within educational charity, Youthreach.  

Ginny Lunn has been Managing Director of Coram Beanstalk since June 2015. Ginny led the integration of Beanstalk into the Coram Group in early 2019 and now has the additional role of developing the Education Division for the Group.

Ginny was shortlisted for 'Rising Chief Executive' in the Third Sector Excellence Awards 2017. 

Steve Hawe

Director of Sales 

Steve spent 13 years' in international marketing within the academic publishing/online information sector before moving into the charity sector. He worked in fundraising at The Big Issue Foundation and the Disabled Living Foundation before joining Coram Beanstalk to lead our fundraising and communications. Over time his role has evolved and he now leads on our marketing, impact and information, partnership development and sales. He is an avid reader and will always be found with his head in a book - and developed a lifelong love of superheroes from the comics he read as a child (and adult!).

Angela Fuggle

Head of Programmes

Angela's career has been firmly rooted within the voluntary sector, spending 15 years with the RNIB as Strategic Marketing Manager and proudly working on the digitisation of its flagship Talking Book Service. From here Angela founded an arts-based Community Interest Company. Angela has spent the past decade working in various roles at Coram Beanstalk and has been pivotal in building on the excellence of their long-standing programme, as well as establishing additional programmes and multiple training products, therefore increasing the options for all those who care about how best to bring the advantages of being a reader to every child. 

Angela's first memory is of standing in front of the enormous doors to a local library. The first book she remembers choosing to read was Eagle of the 9th by Rosemary Sutcliffe. Her career in the voluntary sector is built on the advantages that being a reader brings. 

Amy Lewis

Head of Support Services

Amy has been working with Coram Beanstalk since 2011. Originally she trained in Primary Education and subsequently went on to take up leadership positions in the retail and voluntary sectors. As a child she was a 'torch under the covers' reader and still read each night to escape and explore new worlds! As a parent to teenagers she knows the importance of children being confident readers and the benefit of individualised one-to-one attention. She's consistently in awe of the brilliant people we train who dedicate time to make a difference to the lives of children across the UK.