Meet the team


the CiMO Directors

Imogen Moore-Shelley
Director of CiMO

Imogen is the director of the Connections in Mind Outreach and co-founder of Connections in Mind. She is a Cognitive Psychologist interested in how we can support children to strengthen their executive function skills. She is currently completing a PhD at the University of Cambridge exploring this topic within mainstream classrooms. Imogen has worked in executive function coaching, special educational needs, parental mental health, the early years and as a youth worker and is dedicated to finding ways to ensure all children flourish.


Victoria Bagnall Head of EF Coach Training at CiMF

Victoria Bagnall, CiMO director and Head Of EF Coach Training

Victoria is Head of EF coach training at the Connections in Mind Outreach and is a co-founder of Connections in Mind. Victoria is a qualified teacher and has a wealth of experience working as a private tutor with children with SEN. She is passionate about supporting children and young life. Where children have had a negative experience in school, she believes that with the right support these children can be re-engaged in education and can reach their potential academically and personally. Victoria believes that supporting children with their executive functions is a way to achieve this success.

Chantelle Roberts
CiMO Director

Chantelle has been a part of the Connections in Mind family since 2019, joining the company as a HR manager. With a passion for supporting young people and helping them to flourish, her personal values aligned perfectly with the Outreach.





the CiMO Staff and research team

Belinda Edington
Training facilitator, parent Support, Project Liaison

Belinda has a wealth of experience supporting children with children with ADHD and autism, both professionally and personally.

She is an executive function coach, training facilitator and offers parent support.

Belinda works with schools and coordinates the project delivery. She manages the communications and fundraising of CiMO

Becky Tyler
Research Assistant

Becky develops and evaluates the interventions that we deliver in schools and youth clubs.

She also supports the staff with the implementation of these interventions and particularly enjoys the relationship building element of her work between CiMO and the organisations that we work with.

Becky has a strong interest in supporting young people’s cognitive and emotional development. She is currently doing her PhD in Psychology.

Grace Robinson
Training Facilitator

Grace is an experienced EF coach and facilitator. She has a training in Integrative Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy and has worked as support worker focusing on inclusion and working with families. She is passionate in wanting to support children to develop and flourish.

Grace is also a qualified yoga teacher.


Kyle Andrews
Research Assistant

Kyle graduated from the University of Warwick with a MA distinction in Social Research, earning praise for a qualitative-based research project on professional football’s relationship with mental health.

He uses both those qualitative research skills and his interest in the wellbeing of others to understand the personal and emotional responses to our interventions, ensuring our work improves the lives of those with multiple disadvantages.

Kyle combines his work with CiMO with editing Charlton Athletic Football Club’s matchday programme and acts as a club photographer. He uses his writing ability to contribute to CiMO’s blog.

Support the connections in Mind outreach

We are always looking for help to support the work that we do at CiMO.

Please get in contact if you are able to help us deliver our projects either by volunteering your time or by making a financial contribution to the work that we do.