Caroline Tod -Richardson has spent over twenty years working within the public sector. She was a Hospital Play Specialist at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children.After completing her BSc Hons degree at City, University of London she undertook a PGCE (PCET ).As a qualified teacher she has worked at Newham College of Further Education and Charing Cross Hospital.
She presently manages a charitable trust based in London and Liverpool.Her charity has recently commissioned a documentary short film to be made at Asylum Link Merseyside.
Caroline helped produce the Earl’s Courtiers productions of Twelfth Night and Much Ado About Nothing. She was the Co- Producer / Interviewer for Childhood Memories of WW2 which was performed at the Finborough Theatre and in the Earl’s Court community.
Caroline is the Co -Founder and Producer of the Earl’s Court Film Festival /Film Earl’s Court. She is particularly passionate about providing opportunities to emerging film makers.
In April 2017, Caroline received the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Mayor’s Award for her services to the community in Earl’s Court, and particularly her work in supporting older people and the arts.