who's who at PaCCMeet the team at PaCC, see what we all do and how we can help.contact usmeet the teamCaroline DaviesMember of the PaCC Steering GroupCaroline DaviesMember of the PaCC Steering GroupI am a parent of dual heritage children with a nursing and advocacy background focusing on health and wellbeing in a PaCC role especially for BME children and young people. I am also a newly elected rep on the Brighton & Hove Council’s Children and Young People’s Committee.Vicky LloydMember of the PaCC Steering GroupVicky LloydMember of the PaCC Steering GroupI have been working in the disability world for almost 20 years at Barnado’s Link Plus, a short breaks and fostering service for disabled children. My daughter Nancy is 13 years old, has Downs Syndrome and attends Blatchington Mill school.Becky RobinsonMember of the PaCC Steering GroupBecky RobinsonMember of the PaCC Steering GroupI’m Becky and I represent mASCot on the PaCC Steering Group. I have 3 children and I’m parent carer to Jessie, my youngest, who is autistic and has very high levels of anxiety.Anna JenkinsMember of the PaCC Steering GroupAnna JenkinsMember of the PaCC Steering GroupI am ‘job-sharing’ on the PaCC steering group, with Alison Davis, representing the voices of families with deaf children. I have 2 children and my son was diagnosed as profoundly deaf at birth. He has a Statement and attends a mainstream primary school. Along with Alison, I am also a parent rep at the regular CHSWG meetings, to discuss developments in the range of professional services available to deaf children in our city.Alison DaviesMember of the PaCC Steering GroupAlison DaviesMember of the PaCC Steering GroupI have 3 children, two at primary school and one at secondary. My son was diagnosed with a severe hearing loss at the age of two. I am a parent rep on the ‘CHSWG’ (Children’s Hearing Services Working Group) group of professionals who work with deaf children locally. I have recently joined the PaCC steering group, having seen first-hand the brilliant work that PaCC does, enabling parents and carers to have a voice and join in with advocating for the needs of children and their families across the city.Sally HowellMember of the PaCC Steering GroupSally HowellMember of the PaCC Steering GroupI have am on the PaCC steering group representing one of the partner groups Brighton Pebbles. In addition to my work for PaCC, I help to organise activities for Pebbles and I am a school governor at two schools and a trustee for both Amaze and Extratime. I have two children with SEND aged 16 and 14, both who attend special schools.Pippa HodgeMember of the PaCC Steering GroupPippa HodgeMember of the PaCC Steering GroupJoining the Steering Group has given me a sense of belonging, and an opportunity to advocate and speak out for Parents & Carers, from a platform that is genuinely respected and listened to by the professionals within our local care field. Parents’ and Carers’ ideas and opinions are an essential input to sound policy making, especially in these times of financial cutbacks.Paolo BoldriniParent Participation Outreach WorkerPaolo BoldriniParent Participation Outreach WorkerFiona EnglandChair of the PaCC Steering GroupFiona EnglandChair of the PaCC Steering GroupI am the parent of a 12 year old boy with Downs Syndrome and complex needs. He attends a mainstream secondary school in the city. As well as being the PaCC Chair I am on the Governance board for SEND review and SEND partnership board. I am also a member of T21 – a group that supports children and parents of children with Downs Syndrome.Diana BoydVice Chair of the PaCC Steering GroupDiana BoydVice Chair of the PaCC Steering GroupI have three children, two of whom have special needs. My oldest is autistic and my youngest has epilepsy and specific learning difficulties. As well as working as the Vice Chair for PaCC, I am treasurer of Link-Up, a school governor and a Face2Face Befriender.Jo LeviAdministration & Communications AssistantJo LeviAdministration & Communications AssistantI am a Parent Carer and also the PaCC Administration and Communications assistant. I have two children, a boy aged 8 and a girl aged 6. My son has autism and complex needs and currently attends a mainstream school but will soon be moving to Down’s Park school.