The Trustees of Rock
As a registered charity Felix’s School of Rock is governed by a board of trustees. Their details are below:
Abby Moss (Chair)
Abigail has worked in the charity, education and arts sectors for over 25 years including as Director of Children, Young People and the Arts at Arts Council England, London for 9 years and the Deputy Director of National Literacy Trust for nearly 7 years. She has also been an actor and a secondary school teacher in Bexleyheath and has worked at BookTrust, Museum, Libraries and Archives and in Germany and Italy. She joined Causeway Education as Director of Development in March 2018.
As the parent of a long serving FSOR participant Abigail has seen FSOR work its magic at first hand and is delighted to serve the executive team, tutors, assistants and young musicians in role as Chair of the Board.
I am originally from Canada, but also have Scottish roots. I have both Canadian and British citizenship and moved to the UK in 1995 to pursue postgraduate studies. I have been living and working in the borough of Greenwich since 2003. I am a Clinical Psychologist, specialising in child and adolescent mental health which has provided me with much experience in multi-agency working. I am passionate about promoting positive mental health and believe that music participation can have a significant role in this.
I am also the mother of two children; one who has been regularly participating in FSOR for the last 18 months and another, who has enjoyed the gigs and is itching to be old enough to join in. I joined the FSOR board in the autumn of 2016 and I am excited to contribute the development and sustainability of an organisation that has brought joy and confidence to my child
Senior Database Marketing Consultant
Comet Global Consulting
Deputy Head of Department (Teaching & Learning)
Department of International Relations
London School of Economics
Bass player with The Distractions
Originally from the West Country growing up in Bristol and Weston-Super-Mare before moving to London at age 18 to study architecture at Greenwich University I have, more or less, been here in South East London ever since. Learned to play guitar, badly, after graduating from university and spent my 20’s playing in almost, but not quite successful indie guitar bands and have never lost my enjoyment of making poor quality music. I have undergraduate & graduate degrees in architecture and am a chartered Architect and member of the Royal Institute of British Architects. Since 1999 I have been owner/director of my own Architectural Practice specializing mainly in the construction, renovation & modernization of high quality residential buildings.
I have a daughter who, at 12 is already a vintage and extremely enthusiastic FSOR participant & who appears to have been granted most of the musical talent available to this family. I’m really happy to be able to help FSOR to continue to thrive in any way that I can.
A specialist in project management, with extensive experience in the voluntary sector. She has worked across a range of fields including financial education, the arts, youth, health, and refugee support. Kristina is currently Senior Product Manager for Asthma UK, where she manages a range of digital projects to support self management of asthma.
Kristina is also the mother of a FSOR veteran.
A communications and campaigns specialist who has worked in broadcasting for over twenty years, including working with the BBC’s music radio networks (BBC Radio 1Xtra, Radio 2, and Radio 3) and BBC Orchestras on national public engagement campaigns. As Head of Communications for Directors UK she wrote the organisation’s first report into gender disparity in employment of television directors; Amanda is Head of Communications at ABRSM, which offers graded music exams and assessments in 93 countries.
Amanda is a former FSOR choir member, and has a child who’s an FSOR veteran!