Working with young people of today to develop leaders of tomorrow.

Our Patrons

 Prem Goyal

As a founder of Global Markets Consultants (GMC), an investment banking consulting boutique firm, in 2002, Prem  has emonstrated excellent entrepreneurial skills. GMC  provides banking services to top banks, including Deutsche  Bank (DB), HSBC, UBS and Bank of America. Because of  his outstanding efforts, GMC has expanded rapidly and  achieved an average annual growth of 25%. Since inception,  GMC has been successfully providing business opportunities  and access to small businesses by connecting them to  global corporations across the financial and banking industry  all over the world.



 Cllr Peter John OBE

Cllr Peter John has been Leader of Southwark Council since  May 2010 when he led his group to win back the Council after spending 8 years in opposition. He was elected to the Council in May 2002 for South Camberwell Ward and took on various roles as an opposition Councillor. Prior to working fulltime in Politics, he was a barrister specialising in Public law for law chambers 5 Paper Building. Cllr Peter John said about Mayor Tayo Situ   "Tayo Situ was a truly gentle man, and fulfilled the role of Mayor of Southwark with real dignity. He was so proud of the  opportunity to serve his constituents and our borough as the first  citizen. I am proud to be a Patron of Tayo Situ Foundation".




 Bishop Christopher Chessun

Bishop Christoper Chessun is the 10th Bishop of Southwark and was enthroned in March 2011. Previously the Bishop Woolwich and whole host of other roles, he felt privileged to be in his latest   role as the Bishop of Southwark. His interests include history, music, deaf-hearing integration, travel and links with overseas churches.

Bishop Christopher said "I would be very honoured to accept your kind invitation to become one of the trustees of the Foundation which will be dedicated to the memory of your late father [Mayor Tayo Situ]. How good its principle object will be to encourage and nurture youth engagement, leadership and achievement."



Harriet Harman, QC

 Harriet Ruth Harman QC is a British Labour Party politician. She is the Member of Parliament for Camberwell and Peckham and was MP for the predecessor Peckham constituency from 1982 to 1997.

In 2007 Harriet was elected as Deputy Leader of the Labour Party and appointed as Chair of the Labour Party . She also served in the Government as Leader of the House of Commons, Secretary  of State for Equalities and Minister for Women.
Following her re-election as MP for Camberwell and Peckham in 2010, Harriet became acting Leader of the Opposition until Ed Miliband was elected in September 2010 at the Labour Party  Conference in Manchester.



Herman Ouseley, Baron Ouseley

Lord Herman Ouseley is the Founder and Chairman of the Kick it Out  campaign, an internationally acclaimed campaign to  address racism  and inequality in football.

Lord Ouseley lived in Guyana until he was 11 before moving to South  London. He was a local government officer for 30 years, serving as a  Chief Executive of the London Borough of Lambeth and as a Director  of Education at the former Inner London Education Authority.