Our Board

At Inquilab we understand that good governance is vital to the success of the organisation. We are directed and led by our Board who are a passionate group of people truly committed to making a difference to the lives of our residents.

Pamela Leonce
Chair of Board
Working Since 2014

Pamela has over 20 years’ experience in the housing and social care sector most of which have been at senior and executive level. She specialises in community development, social and economic regeneration and customer services. Her background includes working with vulnerable and disadvantage groups and she is currently the Corporate Director for a national charity which specialises in offender rehabilitation services.

As well as extensive housing expertise, Pamela also advises businesses on Corporate Social Responsibility strategies and effective community engagement approaches.

She has held several non-executive roles, is a member of the Chartered Institute of Housing, qualified English as a Second Language (ESOL) tutor, a former school governor and a member of the British International Institute of Management.

Gina Amoh
Chief Executive
Working Since 2013

Gina has 30 years’ experience in the housing sector. Her role as Chief Executive encompasses the major business functions including, housing management, maintenance and new business. Gina is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Housing and holds an MBA.

Peter Calderbank
Board member and Chair of the Audit and Assurance Committee
Working Since 2018

Peter is a qualified Chartered Accountant and an experienced senior executive who has been the Chief Executive of an innovative housing and care charity since 2015. Prior to that he was the Chief Executive of a charity that provided advice and support services. He is an experienced non-executive and is the Chair of a charity that provides development and leadership training for young people. He is also the Chair of the Audit and Risk Committee of a major national charity that provides housing and support for young people.

Nisha Makwana
Board member
Working Since 2015

Nisha has almost 10 years of experience in Social Housing and currently works for one of G15’s larger housing associations in Change Management. She has a background in Treasury, and trained as a solicitor specialising in Real Estate and Commercial Finance.

Gordon Mattocks
Board member
Working Since 2015

Gordon is a qualified life member of the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA) with 40 years’ experience in public sector finance, risk management and audit. He has worked in new towns, local government, higher education and social housing. He represents the social housing sector through chairing and membership of the Executive Committee of the national trade body for housing internal audit (the Housing Internal Audit Forum), and as a member of the technical Audit Panel of CIPFA.

Gordon has worked with the social housing regulator in drafting circulars and good practice guides on internal control, is the author of published articles, and sits on a number of boards in the fields of housing, education, health and the arts.

Nigel Newman
Board member
Working Since 2015

Nigel has over 20 years’ experience working in social housing – currently as Director of Operations for a housing association. He is experienced in housing and asset management, property maintenance and community investment. He is a member of the Chartered Institute of Housing. Nigel has a keen interest in sustainability promoting services and products which are fit for the long term

Puneet Rajput
Board member
Working Since 2015

Puneet is a multi disciplined director with experience of working across the public, private and not for profit sectors. He is currently Director of Corporate Services for a housing association and has over 14 years senior management experience in social housing. Puneet is a governance professional with experience in strategic leadership, organisational development, corporate strategy and ICT.

He feels privileged to be able to contribute, through Inquilab, for the benefit of the residents and communities of West London.