Autism Berkshire’s work is overseen by a four-strong board of trustees.

Conor O’Connor: Chair of trustees
Conor has worked in various roles across the public sector, with a particular focus on delivering excellent public and education services in the UK and abroad. He has a strong record in governance, policy issues, communications and youth work. Conor and his wife, who is autistic, live in Reading, where he also volunteers as an instructor for the Berkshire Army Cadet Force. He is passionate about improving the lives of autistic people.

Adam Bermange: Treasurer
Adam and his wife became interested in Autism Berkshire’s work while their son was waiting to receive an autism diagnosis. Adam is a qualified accountant and works as a financial analyst with a pharmaceuticals company based in Reading, having previously worked in life sciences research. He and his family live in Maidenhead, where he also volunteers as the co-ordinator for Neighbourhood Watch and volunteers with the Susan Brett Foundation.

Richard Flemming: Trustee
Richard has a close friend with autistic children and has been involved in raising money for autism charities. He works in finance and lives in Taplow. Richard is also a trustee of the Halcyon Training Foundation, which supports autistic people to achieve their full potential through education and training.

Darren Browne: Trustee