Uli Gerhard

Uli is an R4U adviser on finances. From his business career Uli is expert in dealing with complex problems. He has a PhD in Chemistry from Cambridge and has spent several decades in banking and investment portfolio management. During the Covid pandemic he has also been volunteering in local vaccination centres.

 “Local residents need good, honest local representation that works only for them and their needs. I’ve joined R4U because I don’t think that career politicians or national parties should be involved in local councils.” – Uli Gerhard

Uli is a former local school governor. Uli also cares passionately about our rural environment and has been a beekeeper for over 30 years. He and his wife, local GP Dr Yvonne Girgis-Hanna, live in Radwinter and their children attend SWCHS.

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From his business career Uli is expert in dealing with complex problems. He has a PhD in Chemistry from Cambridge University and has spent several decades in banking and investment portfolio management. He wants to bring those business skills to supporting council finance and local economy programmes. During the Covid pandemic he has also been volunteering in the Bishops Stortford and Harlow vaccination centres.

“Local residents need good, honest local representation that works only for them and their needs. I’ve joined R4U because I don’t think that career politicians or national parties should be involved in local councils.” – Uli Gerhard

Closer to home, as a former Radwinter school governor, Uli has shown that he’s happy to stand up and support local parents. Now he wants to represent all his fellow residents.

Uli also cares passionately about our rural environment and has been a beekeeper for over 30 years. He and his wife, local GP Dr Yvonne Girgis-Hanna, live in Radwinter and their children attend SWCHS.

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    Bianca Donald

    Bianca is an R4U Team adviser on education. She has taught in Uttlesford schools since 2004 both in Stansted and Hatfield Broad Oak. During Covid she provided online tutoring to support pupils. She understands parents’ frustration as education budgets have been slashed and school choice eradicated. ECC are responsible for local education and Bianca believes they are failing our youth.

    “In over 20 years teaching, I have taught many of Stansted’s children. I’ve seen how for decades ECC’s education strategy has been failing our youth and community. It is time for change at ECC and residents need a strong say in what happens in Uttlesford.” – Bianca Donald

    Outside of her career Bianca coaches grassroots women’s sports and loves our countryside.

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    Bianca cares about our next generation. She has taught in Uttlesford schools since 2004 both in Stansted and Hatfield Broad Oak. During Covid she has been providing online tutoring in mathematics. She understands parents’ frustration as education budgets have been slashed and school choice eradicated. ECC are responsible for local education and Bianca believes they are failing our youth.

    “In over 20 years teaching, I have taught many of Stansted’s children. I’ve seen how for decades ECC’s education strategy has been failing our youth and community. It is time for change at ECC and residents need a strong say in what happens in Uttlesford.” – Bianca Donald

    Bianca coaches grassroots women’s sports. For several years she served on the committee of the Bishops Stortford District Netball League. She currently plays for, manages and coaches a local team.

    Bianca loves the countryside and feels we must be ‘careful custodians of our environment’ and feels through R4U she can make Uttlesford a place that cares for its residents, local environment and businesses.

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