Lady Gilda Levy

Chair and Co-Founder
Gilda Levy was born in London, the daughter of Jewish immigrant parents who came to Britain from Vienna to escape Nazi persecution. She qualified as a teacher of English and drama and spent many years as a governor of a local primary school and teaching children with learning disabilities. Gilda also worked in a residential home for younger disabled people, running a literary and drama discussion group, in a voluntary capacity. Gilda says, “My family history had a deep impact on me and I have always felt that bigotry and prejudice are the greatest evil. WIN is my way of trying to combat these and by bringing communities together make a more respectful and humane society”. Gilda is a trustee of the UK Friends of the Bereaved Family Forum, an organisation of Israelis and Palestinians who have lost loved ones through violence. Of this work, Gilda says "These incredibly brave people have come together to share their grief and to work towards a peaceful and better future for both sides".

Marion Waruguru

Marion has been involved with WIN since 2005 in various capacities, most recently as CEO. She has worked extensively within the gender equality charity sector and through WIN, she has been proud to be involved in and contribute to building a society that lives together in harmony across divides. Marion says her time at WIN has introduced her to many amazing and inspirational people “who are passionate about promoting peaceful co-existence and building a society free of hate, bigotry and prejudice in our communities”.

Tara Corry

Programmes and Operations Manager
Tara graduated from King’s College London in 2016 with a degree in Religion, Politics and Society. She joined WIN as an intern shortly after graduating and now supports the team in her role as Programmes and Operations Manager, managing amongst other projects the 2024 Keeping Faith Programme and Project Coordinating the All of Us education project. She is also the co-founder of the award winning Faiths Against Domestic Abuse campaign.

Maeve Carlin

Project Development & Communications Officer
Maeve graduated from SOAS, University of London in 2019 with an MA in Religion in Global Politics. After joining as an intern in early 2020, she now works as Project Development and Communications Officer supporting the team with WIN’s project work, including hosting and producing WIN's podcast - Keeping Faith: A How To Guide - establishing the Time to Talk series and managing the Food and Friendship project. She also leads on WIN’s communications and social media presence.

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