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Meet the Team

Our dedicated team are passionate about helping shape the lives of children with motor disorders and delays.

Our team of experienced practitioners are experts at what they do with extensive knowledge to guide and support our families. Our team and trustees are all committed to providing the best possible service for the children and their families.

The Team at Steps

Trish Mabbott

Fundraising and Operations Manager

Natalie Roberts

Centre Manager

Sally Belton

Administrative Assistant

Angie Higgins

Finance Officer

Indila Simandi

Team Leader and Lead Conductor

Fiona Holroyd

Conductor

Kelly Harriman

Early Years Practitioner

Trustees

John Montague

Chairman

I have worked in the social business and impact sector for 25 years and in that time have had the privilege of working with many inspirational and impact-driven organisations.

I first met the team at Steps following a Young Enterprise event held at Leicester City football ground in 2003. At that time Steps was early in its journey looking to find and purchase a permanent home for the charity. I was hooked, with both the challenge and the positive impact Steps could deliver to Children and families with a permanent and dedicated facility.

Some 21 years later, I am still involved and just as excited and amazed at the work and success Steps has in changing young lives and their families for the better.

Rosemary Conley CBE DL

Patron and Trustee

Tony Carr

Trustee

Laura Beales

Trustee

Jeanette Cooper-Hudson

Trustee

Peter Legg

Clerk to Trustees

Dave Andrews DL

Trustee​
I’m both a former Deputy Headteacher and broadcaster with the BBC – having covered many stories of significance to Leicester and Leicestershire whilst at the Corporation. Since 2015 I’ve  been privileged to act as a Deputy Lieutenant of Leicestershire and it was in this role that I first became aware of the amazing work of Steps, having been encouraged to visit by fellow DL and Steps Trustee Rosemary Conley. 
 
As a result of several visits I became incredibly interested in, and impressed by, the way in which the conductive education methods impact the lives of the children and the families who use Steps. 
 
I was honoured to be subsequently asked to join the Board of Trustees and I hope I can play my part in supporting and promoting the inspirational work of the Steps practitioners.

Dr Angela Lennox DL

Trustee​