Senior Management Team

The Senior Management Team lead the organisation, team members are

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Gina Amoh
Chief Executive
Working Since 2013

Gina has worked in housing for over 30 years, starting her career as a housing officer. Gina joined Inquilab in 2001 as Chief Executive.

Before joining Inquilab, Gina was Director of Housing overseeing the transformation of service delivery and strategic responsibility for front line services including Housing Management, Customer Services, Income Management, Leasehold Management, Community Development, asset management, repairs and maintenance.

She is Chair of BME London – the group of 14 small and medium housing associations who work in collaboration to deliver support and services to their customers and communities.

A Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Housing, Gina also holds an MBA and is a Member of the Homes for Londoners Board.

Gina was named in the top 50 Power Players in 2018 and is the founder of the Leadership 2025 project, an initiative with a long-term ambition of supporting the creation of a housing sector that is vibrant and diverse at all levels, with better representation of individuals who are from Black Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds at leadership levels.

Eric Nelson-Ady
Director of Resources / Deputy Chief Executive
Working Since 2009

Eric first worked for Inquilab in 2001 and left to work abroad for two years. He re-joined Inquilab as the Director of Finance and Resources in October 2009.

Eric has over 20 years’ financial experience, in addition to comprehensive knowledge of the housing sector. His role encompasses the management of financial services, as well as the provision of financial leadership across the Association. He is also responsible for ICT, policy and performance functions.

Jacqueline Adusei
Interim Director of Customer and Communities

Jacqueline has worked in the public and third sectors for over 30 years and continues to be passionate about making a positive contribution to society. With 15 years as Executive Director and 11 years as CEO, Jacqueline has worked closely with boards to deliver organisational strategies and cultural change programmes across housing & support for vulnerable groups, health & wellbeing, childcare & youth services (including early years’ education & training provision) and a wide range of children & family work activities.

Jacqueline is a NLP Certified Practitioner; as a leader she is particularly committed to the value of professional development and training for employees and is proud to have won a National Training Award. Jacqueline carries this passion forward to her own development, having recently completed a Strategic Leadership qualification with Roffey Park Leadership & Organisational Development Institute through the Leadership 2025 programme.

In her capacity as a Non-Executive director, she currently sits on the National Union of Students (NUS) Finance & Resources Committee and is a Board Member of WISH.

Rob Wood
Head of Transformation

Rob Wood is an experienced housing, regeneration lead and community initiative professional who has worked in practical housing management for 40 years.

Over the course of 20 years at Metropolitan housing, Rob’s career has covered operational management, team leadership, major regeneration projects, community initiative lead work and lead work on policy.

Rob also spent 10 years with local authority as a Lead Equalities Adviser to the housing service during the formative years of developing understanding within the sector of the need and importance of equalities work. He was also an operational neighbourhood team leader.

“So much happening in this sector and it’s really interesting to be part of it. Services are developing in the context of rapid contextual change and the built environment has some of the most exciting innovations in technology, build quality and infrastructure.

I have been privileged to work with many good and interesting people in the sector, especially on regeneration projects but I particularly appreciated the times working with the many residents and activists who did so much on a voluntary basis.”