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Unit 3, 1st Floor North, Cavendish House, 369-391 Burnt Oak Broadway

Edgware, Middlesex HA8 5AW
0208 442 2379
07887 721825
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Our Team

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Paul Bragman


Paul is a trained planner, his academic qualifications include a Post Graduate Certificate in Conflict Resolution, an MA in Environmental Planning in Developing Countries and BA (Hons) Social Sciences. Paul has 30 years’ experience of community and economic regeneration work in the voluntary and statutory sector in the UK and overseas.

Paul is an NCVO Approved Consultant, a member of the Empowered Communities in the 2020’s National Steering Group, a Design Council Built Environment Expert, and a Big Local Rep for Local Trust in three neighbourhoods.

He is also an Associate Consultant with Campbell Tickell. Paul is also Chair of the board of trustees of BANG, a Brent based charity that supports young people and families to build confidence, self-esteem and skills through a range of activities/programmes.

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David Stoughton

Community Engagement and Project Coordinator 

David’s background is in business and value management. He has an MA in Philosophy, an MBA and is qualified as a professional in value and project management. His time in business was mostly spent working on innovative product and services. The primary focus being to identify and prioritise the values and concerns of customers so that design and development maximised customer value. He also trained people for over 15 years in methods to maximise project value at the BBC and at several universities.
Alongside his work in business David spent much of his leisure time developing neighbourhood communities and residents associations and latterly community work has been his primary focus. He is Chair of Living Streets Cambridge and plays a role in a number of other local community organisations. Joining the CB1 Community engagement team is an exciting extension of this work and a fresh direction for growth.
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Nazra Zuhyle

Project Officer

Nazra has a BA from the University of Madras, India. One of Nazra’s passions is building communities by bringing people together. She has worked for NHS Barnet, Barnet Council on the Ageing Well Program and Communities 1st as a Community Engagement Officer and has lead projects that engage with and develop local communities.

Nazra is excited to be part of a vibrant voluntary and community sector and is committed to strengthen the sector and improve its resilience.   


Alex Cachinero-Gorman

Project Support 

Alex Cachinero-Gorman is a writer, translator, and youth worker who has worked in charities for over ten years. 

Alex brings experience working with diverse groups of people on the frontlines of grassroots organisations and non-profits around afterschool programming, refugee support, supported accommodation, and emergency overnight shelter/housing. 

Alex is also a bilingual Spanish/English speaker with a passion for learning languages like Arabic, French, and Japanese, and is most at home with a deck of flash cards.

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Jasmine Usiskin

Project Support

Jasmine has a BA hons in Fine Art with History of Art from the University of Leeds. She is passionate about the visual and community arts and skilled in working in a team to deliver projects.  

She enjoys engaging with a range of different people to create change. In Community Regen Jasmine offers Project Support and is currently supporting a number of community projects by managing and coordinating communications with charities and organisations, and assisting in planning, facilitating and writing up of workshops. 

Jasmine believes that creativity holds the key to bringing hope and positive change within community settings.  

In her spare time Jasmine likes to make her own art and go for long walks with her dog.