Nisha Parmar

Role: Branch Orgainser


Phone number: 07713459165

My Name is Nisha Parmar and I am the branch organiser – which means I undertake an extensive range of organising and administrative duties for the branch. I am the first point of contact for our members and non- members for Unison queries.

I am available on my mobile 07713459165 and email ID: for further information.

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Simon Ward

Role: Branch Chair

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Rami Jumnoodoo

Role: Branch Secretary

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Ngozi Onuorah

Role: Assistant Branch Secretary

Ngozi has been a member of unison 25 years
and is based at St Charles hospital

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Cristina Guglielmoni

Role: Branch Treasurer:

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Elaine Singram

Role: Branch Equalities Coordinator

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Albert Kwaw

Role: Communication Officer


I have been a part of the union movement from the last 15 years. I enjoy my role as the Communication Officer managing the UNISON Website and Trust Intranet. I am also passionate about helping staff get fair representation.

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Debbie Peter

Role: Joint -Health & Safety Officer

I have work for the NHS for nearly 30 years .
I became a UNISON Steward 6 years ago. I was elected by members as a Health and Safety Rep in 2015, I am passionate in staff health, safety and Wellbeing in the workplace, especially the issues around work-related stress, and work closely with CNWL Health and Safety Advisors

I have organised and held Staff Health and Well Being Days and Partnership working with LD Service Director looking at ways in improving and promoting staff Well Being in the LD Service Directorate as well as within the CNWL

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Jagdish Patel

Role: Joint -Health & Safety Officer

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Michael Taofiki Olaniyan

Role: Branch Welfare Officer

As your Welfare Officer I am here to help you with any welfare problems that might arise while you are at work, such as your general wellbeing, mental and sexual health (including reproductive rights), housing and safety!
The welfare officers can offer help and guidance to anyone affected by personal, domestic or work-related problems by gathering information about the issue.
I’m here to give you one-to-one listening support; give members seeking welfare assistance a prompt, supportive and effective response.
What the welfare officer does
In particular, the welfare officer will ask you about the nature of the problem and what steps have already been taken to resolve it. He or she will then suggest or explore options to help you progress the issue or arrive at a resolution.
The welfare officer will:
• meet with staff who are on long term sick leave
• provide practical support following bereavement
• provide advice and support for addictions (gambling, alcoholism and drug dependence)
• provide advice on retirement – preparation for transition
• signpost other areas of specialist advice information and support
• Financial assistance
• Winter Fuel Grant and School Uniform Grant Programmes
• Debt advise – provided in partnership with Payplan
• Access to a network of credit unions
• Emergency Assistance
• Financial assistance
• Relationship breakdown
• The death of a relative or partner
• An increase in expenditure due to illness.
• A sudden loss of income

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Jane Ryan

Role: Branch Lifelong Learning Co-ordinator


Phone number:

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