Michael Edwards, My Life My Choice President. 

Michael founded MLMC in 1998, and for the past 20 years has been a champion of the rights of learning disabled people and an active trustee of the organisation. 

In April 2017 the charity’s membership voted for Michael to be made the lifetime President of MLMC.


Sara Ryan, My Life My Choice Patron.

In 2018, the trustees asked Dr Sara Ryan to be MLMC’s first ever charity patron.  Sara is a long time supporter of MLMC and is well known nationally in the learning disability sector. Her role is to help expand the reach of our campaign work, spread our networks, and help the trustees to represent the charity at the highest level. 


Abul Kasem, trustee

Abul is a member of our Oxford group and an essential part of the quality checkers team. Abul likes to use computers and be independent as much as possible. 


Andy Law, trustee

Andy has been a member of MLMC for many years and has been a trustee lots of times before. He is a regular member of the Abingdon group and can always be found with a new joke or cheeky smile.



 Ben McCay, Co-Chair of trustees 

Ben is in his second year on the Jobs and Money team and is involved in many different MLMC projects. He is a member of the Oxfordshire County Council Co-production Committee, is working on the national self-advocacy movement, is one of our champions and is getting involved with Gig Buddies too.



Charlene Mileham, trustee

Charlene is an outgoing member of the Abingdon group where she has been a member for many years. Charlene loves to chat and is a great listener too. 


Jack Blackwell, Vice Chair of Trustees

Jack is new to being a trustee this year but has lots of experience in My Life My Choice. He is a great travel buddy, is on the Stingray Team and is a regular attendee of the Walking Club.



Jamie Remedios, trustee

Jamie is one of our younger trustees and we were pleased to see him on the team again this year. Jamie is a member of the Oxford young people's group and is loving being involved in the Gig Buddies project with his buddy Alex. 


Joan Mansfield, trustee

Joan is a fun and friendly member of our Oxford Group. She is a great self-advocate who helps people speak up for themselves and is happy to speak on their behalf. She is a long-time member of Stingray and is always ready with a hug. 


Katie Harrison, trustee

Katie is involved in lots of projects at MLMC and has been an active member for many years. In her spare time, Katie loves pop icons such as Aaron Carter and her cute cat called Brandy.


Keith Filleul, trustee

Keith is a long-time member of My Life My Choice and was a trustee many years ago. He is a Travel Buddy trainer and is very confident travelling on trains and buses. He also has a Gig Buddy who he loves going out with.


Leslie Hunt, Trustee

Leslie has been a member of My Life My Choice for 9 years. He goes to our Oxford Self-Advocacy group and enjoys taking part in our Gig Buddies Events. 


Louise Weeks, vice chair of trustees

Louise is a great activist for MLMC who never lets her disability stand in her way. She has been going to the Banbury group for many years and is very pleased to be on the Jobs and Money team this year.


Nigel Taylor, trustee

Nigel has been a member of MLMC for many years and is a great activist and advocate. He loves doing research and acting, and he was the star of our ‘Get Healthy, Live Longer’ film. 


Paul Scarrott, co-chair of trustees

Paul is a longstanding member of MLMC and works on lots of different projects including Stingray, Champions and Gig Buddies. He can often be found helping out at the MLMC office but when he isn’t, he volunteers to help the homeless with the SWAT charity.


Steve Mansell, Trustee

Steve has been a trustee of MLMC for several years now and has been involved in lots of our work for a long time. Outside of MLMC Steve has worked for Tesco in Abingdon for 30 years and is very interested in politics and history. 


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