Jane Hatton, Founder/Director
Jane founded Evenbreak in 2011. Her main skills include having the gift of the gab, a determination to promote fairness, and finding great people to work for Evenbreak. She also has a degenerative spinal condition which means she mostly works lying down with a laptop suspended above her.
Tirath Cane, Admin Assistant
Tirath does all of the important work for Evenbreak, and keeps us all going. Her main skills are admin, computer skills, and demonstrating incredible patience while trying to teach Jane (Hatton) British Sign Language. Tirath is Deaf.
Lewis Sleep, Data Entry Clerk
Lewis works with some of our major clients, inputting their vacancies onto Evenbreak. His talents include accuracy, motivation and a very positive attitude. Lewis has ME/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
Tracey Proudlock, Non-Executive Director
With vast experience in the field of disability access and inclusion, including being a member of Equality 2025, she founded her own business, an award winning disability and inclusive design consultancy, in 2004. A wheelchair user, Tracey is passionate about disabled peope having access to the same opportunities and non-disabled people.
Raj Mehta, Non Executive Director
Raj is a commercially-focused experienced procurement and IT business leader, trusted advisor and mentor, with an excellent track record of delivering business results, He brings a unique and diverse perspective as a blind individual with extensive experience and knowledge of the corporate sector.
Francesca Martinez, Patron
Francesca is an award-winning actor, author, activist and "wobbly" comedian. She has acted in various programmes such as Grange Hill and Extras, written a book, lobbied for the rights of disabled people and is an amazingly funny comedian. She is the Patron of Evenbreak, and has Cerebral Palsy.
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At Lloyds Banking Group inclusion and diversity is central to building the best teams. Attracting a diverse range of talent is crucial to this and Evenbreak ensures that our vacancies are seen by disabled candidates with the skills we need
Louis Jameson, Group Disability Programme Lloyds Banking Group