Who we are

Our trustees

Picture of Bernard Hunter Bernard Hunter (Chair) was first elected to the CAR Board in 2012 and has been its chair since late 2013. His working life started in IT, originally in programming and systems development. He later moved into management, project management and business consultancy – almost all within the NHS. He was a magistrate for 12 years, chairs a small tennis club and is very active in his local Church.
Picture of Royston Emmett Royston Emmett has lived in Redbridge since its founding in 1965. He is a Redbridge Councillor and a school governor, and has been a trustee of CAR since 2012.



Picture of Alan Jeffrey Alan Jeffery has worked in government on a range of issues such as welfare benefits, labour market issues, and most recently, child poverty. The insight he gained helps in board discussions of how best to use CAR resources to be of maximum help to the people of Redbridge.
Picture of Diana Middleditch Diana Middleditch (Treasurer) is a Chartered Management Accountant who spent her career in the NHS. She is a lay member of a London CCG and a local magistrate. She has been involved with CAR for 7 years, first as an advisor and since 2013 as the treasurer.
Picture of Cyril Onwubiko Dr. Cyril Onwubiko is a cyber-security expert with substantial experience of government, the financial and telecommunications sectors. He is a published author, speaker and founder and currently acts as secretary of IEEE UK & Ireland, the largest technical professional association. He joined the CAR board in 2017.
Picture of Maney Ullah Maney Ullah is a qualified solicitor with 9 years experience in assisting social tenants in housing matters, specifically disrepair claims. He has also worked for a local authority (LB Barnet) and Barnet Homes, where he dealt with residents suffering from many social and economic conditions, and related issues. His ambition at CAR is to try and give back to the community and enable access to help for those in society that need it most

Chief executive

Picture of Susanne Rauprich Susanne Rauprich is our chief executive. She started with us in August 2018, bringing with her a long history of managing charities. Her professional background is education and youth work, her passion is community and football (she is a long suffering Arsenal season ticket holder). When not at Citizens Advice Redbridge Susanne chairs One Newham, the voluntary sector network in her home borough. Susanne’s ambition is to make Citizens Advice Redbridge more accessible and responsive to the needs of Redbridge residents.

Our funders

London Borough of Redbridge logo The London Borough of Redbridge (LBR) is a key partner and funder for us. We receive strategic partner funding for our general advice sessions. We deliver services on behalf of LBR in the areas of housing and money advice.
Barking, Havering and Redbridge NHS Trust logo Barking, Havering and Redbridge NHS Trust are funding our outreach services in Queen’s and King George’s hospitals.
Macmillan logo Macmillan are our partner agency for hospital outreach services. We are proud to work under the Macmillan brand and thankful for their support.
Trust for London logo Trust for London fund our Employment Advice Project, offering legal advice and support to people who have been unfairly treated at work.
City Bridge Trust logo City Bridge Trust provide funding for our GP Outreach Project, which will make our services accessible via GP surgeries in Redbridge.
Charity reg. no. 1091547
Company reg.no. 04249530