About us What we do What we do Our Senior Leadership Team 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, fundraising, communications and finances. Ginny LunnCoram Divisional Director - Early Years and Schools/MD.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. Ginny was shortlisted for 'Rising Chief Executive' in the Third Sector Excellence Awards 2017. Annie WilliamsDirector of FundraisingAnnie has extensive experience in fundraising, having raised six figure sums at The Prince's Trust and The Start Up Loan Company. Prior to this she had a successful background in the business sector. Steve HaweDirector 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 and now leads on our marcomms, IT, impact, partnership development and admin and support functions. Lindsay FoxHead of Support Services and Safeguarding LeadLindsay has spent 17 years working in the children and young people’s sector, initially in Social Care, Youth Justice and the Youth Service before moving to the charity sector in 2010 after accepting a role with The Prince’s Trust. After various roles within The Trust, Lindsay went on to be the CEO for YCT, a children and young people’s mental health charity, before joining Beanstalk at the start of 2018 as London’s Area Manager. Lindsay now oversees the Support and Administration functions and is Coram Beanstalk’s Safeguarding Lead. Joanne Royden-TurnerDirector of Finance After qualifying as a chartered accountant at KPMG in 2004, Jo worked in corporate finance for many years, before moving into the Charity sector in 2016.