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Centre Staff

Spencer Goddard

Spencer joined KMSTC as Chief Executive Officer in January 2022. He is responsible for oversight and management of activities at the Centre and reports to our Board of Trustees. With a strong background in the management, business development and the third sector, Spencer’s focus is to enable our brilliant team of staff, therapists and volunteers to do what they do so well.

Navigating the Centre out of the Covid Pandemic towards a strong future is Spencer’s goal. If you have any ideas or thoughts you would like to share with him, you are warmly invited to get in touch via email to

Jennifer Needham

Jennifer re-joined KMSTC as Centre Manager in the summer of 2020 and we’re delighted to have her back. Her organisational and people management talents are put to good use looking after all aspects of the day-to-day running of the Centre – everything from making sure everything runs smoothly for our Members, Friends and Staff.

Jemma Pask

Jemma re-joined KMSTC in June 2021as Member Support Officer.  She is responsible for providing member support, carrying out new member/client assessments, referrals and applications, as well as continuing to develop our on-line Click and Connect programme.

Jemma was a former receptionist at the Centre back in 2019/20, and then went on to gain experience in a social prescribing position within the NHS and her wonderful personality and skillset is great fit here at the Centre.

Heidi Coleman

Heidi is Head of Income Generation at KMSTC. She joined us from The Lord’s Taverners, a charity that carries out life-changing work with disabled and disadvantaged children and young people through sport and recreation. Heidi specialised in leading the Challenge Events at the Lord’s Taverners. She has an excellent track record of project, event and fundraising management and a wealth of experience within the charity sector, challenge events and the professional sports industry. A people’s person, Heidi leads our small and very dedicated fundraising team to ensure that KMSTC continues to offer life enhancing care and services to those living with MS in our region.

Beverley Callaghan

Beverley joined KMSTC’s fundraising team in August 2019 as our Trusts and Foundations Fundraiser after seven years in a similar position at Kent homelessness charity, Porchlight. Her role involves identifying and applying to charitable trusts for funding towards our activities. Her work experience has mostly been gained in the charity sector and includes community development, personnel management and training.

Vicky Wilsher Community Fundraiser

Victoria Wilsher

Victoria joined the Kent MS Therapy Centre in January 2016 initially as Community Fundraiser. After maternity leave in 2021 Victoria returned to the Centre as Centre Admin. Aspects of her new role include supporting the Reception team, managing members bookings, and ensuring the Centre’s equipment is in good working order. Victoria has previous experience of Corporate and Social Events and still maintains a close relations hip with her former fundraising colleagues and volunteers.

Mia Bernthal

Mia started at the Centre in 2017 as a volunteer in the fundraising office. She learnt a lot about fundraising during this period and in 2020 started as the Fundraising Assistant. She has also spent 2 summers working as a Face-to-Face Fundraiser for the RNLI. Mia’s role at the Centre includes social media and marketing, fundraising administration, stewardship of supporters and helping to organise KMSTC events alongside Heidi.

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