Janet Dullaghan – Chair
Janet Joined pinpoint as a trustee in May 2022 and has since been appointed co-chair of the Board.
Janet has worked within health and the local authority in a number of roles for the past 40 years and has a wealth of experience in developing and commissioning services for children with SEND and additional needs. Janet was also a foster carer for children with additional needs for over 20 years. Recently Janet lead the development of an all-age autism strategy for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
Janet’s motivation to join pinpoint was to continue to make a difference to the lives of children and families with additional needs.
Tina McEwan – Treasurer
Tina joined Pinpoint in February 2022 and has since then been appointed into the role of the Treasurer for the charity. Tina brings a wealth of experience as commercial business leader, having initially trained with EY as a Chartered Accountant and having worked in a large range of businesses ranging from biotech start-up to software companies as well as a social mobility charity overseeing the Finance, HR, IT and Legal functions.
Tina joined with a motivation to share her finance and strategic business experience with Pinpoint Cambridge and help the organisation to develop and grow.
Dawn Hall – Trustee
Dawn has 3 children, two that have additional needs. She came to Pinpoint for help and advice for her children and for support during the struggles that she had over time.
Dawn became involved as a volunteer for Pinpoint as she wanted to be able to help people who needed it. Following her volunteering she became a Trustee.
Hasan Amjad – Trustee
Hasan signed up as a volunteer at the 2019 Pinpoint Conference, to help parents and carers find their way on their SEND journey, much as Pinpoint had helped him. He joined the board of trustees in October 2021. His professional background is in software engineering and asset management.
Sarah Guscott – Trustee
Sarah’s initial contact with Pinpoint was through their workshops, which resulted in an immediate affinity for the organisation and a desire to support their endeavours with parents and families. Sarah’s extensive lived experience with Special Educational Needs (SEN) spans over 17 years. In Sarah’s professional career she is an Occupational therapist and currently works in academia as a practice tutor. Sarah is passionate about being an advocate for autistic individuals, ensuring they have a voice whether in their schooling/work or home.
Dr Betty Tzeng – Trustee
Betty is delighted to be a trustee. She became connected to Pinpoint through her professional ties as a psychiatrist. She has a great deal of experience working with children, young people, families, and adults, and is committed to helping the lives of people with special needs.
Sue Berry – Trustee
Sue joined Pinpoint as a trustee in 2023 as her daughter has a rare genetic condition which means she is
learning disabled and had a lot of developmental delay when younger. She is now 18 and in special provision 6th form and Sue is keen to share her lived experience to help the Pinpoint team support other families.
Sue also works, now full time as a Technical packaging manager for Molton Brown, working with many teams developing lovely new products to 18-24 month project plans.