The Pinpoint Team

Sarah Conboy

Chief Executive Officer

Sarah joined Pinpoint in October 2017. She is a mum of two boys – one with additional needs – and has a background in education policy and teaching. A former primary school teacher and SENCo, she has also headed up a school learning difficulties department and worked in various roles for the Department for Education, the Teacher Training Agency and Cambridgeshire County Council. She lives in Godmanchester.



Laura Potter

Partnership & Participation Coordinator

Laura Potter has previously worked for Core Assets as an Independent Supporter until the SEND reforms came to an end in July 18. She joined the Pinpoint team in January and is eager to get stuck in working on all things communication alongside parents and local partners and  Cambridge County Council  to increase our reach to parents and carers ensuring that parents and professionals work together and all voices are heard whilst best outcomes for children are reached at all times.  Laura lives with her family in Cambridge and is partial to a bit of hot yoga. She has two children, one with complex needs.

Kate Atkinson

Communications Officer

Kate will be joining us from January 2021

Bianca Cotterill 

Finance Manager

Bianca has been a volunteer with Pinpoint for many years  involved with the Continence Action Group, Wheelchair Forum and Lifelong SEND Pathway. Her background is in finance, but she is passionate about many issues across health, education and social care because her 19 year old daughter has profound learning and physical disabilities. Having recently had direct experience of the transition into adult services, Bianca is keen to continue working with various groups and service providers to “raise the bar” where it’s needed.

Linda Green
Volunteer & Engagement Manager

For the past 15 years Linda has worked in the Third Sector researching, designing, delivering and managing services for young people and adults with learning disabilities. Her roles have given her insight into the needs and challenges around disability and allowed her to create services and resources that can alter perspectives, both for those who have a disability and the wider community. Her passion and drive for “normalisation” is for both those living with disability and their families.
Linda also happens to be mum to Jonnie Peacock Gold Medallist for Great Britain. As proud as she is of Jonnie’s achievements, she also remembers the pain and difficulty of the journey from when he contracted meningitis to London 2012 and the dramatic impact it had on the family.

Karina Whittington

Opportunities Area Workshop Host

Karina will be joining us from January 2021

Our team