Hamilton House
Mabledon Place

Phone: 0203 9118746
Out of Hours Emergency
Phone: 07500566086

E-mail: info@professionalangels.co.uk

Meet The Team


Ngarita King,
Registered Manager

Ngarita has 29 years’ experience in the Care Industry. She began her career in New Zealand, specialising in the field of disability, before relocating to the UK 21 years ago to specialise in care for the elderly.

Ngarita worked as a carer for private nursing agencies before being promoted to the role of Care Supervisor. Her work involved overseeing an average of 70 carers, providing supervisions and annual professional appraisals. Her professional experience covers every aspect of care work, from day-to-day practicalities to administrative and management oversight.

With her personal understanding of the varied needs of carers, clients and those around them, Ngarita is extremely well placed to ensure the delivery of consistent, conscientious and compassionate care.

Ngarita's knowledge and practices are highly-informed, up-to-date, and rigorously supported by the latest research. She built on a foundation of hands-on experience in care by studying with the Chartered Management Institute to gain the A1 Assessors qualification to assess candidates studying for the QCF Diploma in Health and Social Care and with the Institute of Leadership & Management for her Supervisory Management Development Award which was sponsored by Skills for Care. Her most recent achievement is the successful completion of the NVQ4 Certificate In Leadership and Management in Health and Social Care.

As founder of Professional Angels, Ngarita is passionate about combining rigorous professional standards with a personal touch, providing care that is as individual as you are.


Criselda Bartlett
Client Liaison

Crisleda brings with her 30 years of experience in the medical and care fields. She began
her career in the Philippines where she graduated in the UK’s equivalent of a Biomedical Scientist. While doing her internship Criselda decided to pursue becoming a Doctor. After passing her Physician’s Licence Criselda worked in Government Hospitals where she chooses to specialise in Infectious Diseases.

Criselda relocated to the UK seven years ago where she has decided to specialise in Care for the Elderly. Her years of experience in various medical fields and health care makes her an appropriate person to deliver utmost quality care to our clients. In her position as a General Physician she gained knowledge about Geriatric Medicine, Palliative Care, Mental Health, Stroke Rehabilitation, and Post-Surgical Care. I’m very happy to welcome Criselda to the office team as our skills complement and enhance each other’s in the aim to provide the best possible care we can deliver to Professional Angels Clients.

Criselda will be responsible for Care Plans, Risk Assessments, Reviews and liaise with clients and or their advocates/family.


Tanya Lonte,
HR Administrator & Care Supervisor

Tanya has over 11 years of experience within the care industry. She started her career as a live-in carer, working with several prestigious private care agencies and gaining experience with a variety of clients whose conditions included dementia and bipolar disorder (manic depression).
Tanya is perfectly equipped to provide guidance and support to our team of carers. She has real hands-on experience working with clients on a day-to-day basis, as well as rigorous professional training in a range of management skills.
She takes her continuing professional development seriously, and takes every opportunity to further her professional skills by attending workshops and training days. Most recently, Tanya has achieved the NVQ in Health and Social Care at levels 2 and 3, and the Chartered Management Institute’s A1 Assessors qualification for the QCF Diploma in Health and Social Care.
Tanya combines expert knowledge regarding the physical and emotional needs of clients with the most up-to-date teaching regarding empowering clients, maximising their skills, independence and helping them achieve their aspirations.


Sophia Fanwell
Supervisor Administrator

Sophia has several years’ experience within the Care Industry. She originally started as a carer, working for private agencies with a variety of clients including those with spinal injuries and dementia.

Sophia studied for her NVQ's up to level 3 in Health and Social Care. Sophia is passionate about caring for people and ensuring they receive the best care required at all times.


Jessina Manjaly

Digital Marketing & Social Media

MA graduate in Interactive Multimedia Technology and Design. Worked in marketing for film distribution and several companies. Has several years experience as a live in carer.


Emily Slattery,
Recruitment Liaison Australia

Emily is originally from Perth, Australia. She worked in Aged Care for 2 and a half years while completing her Bachelor of Nursing Degree. She gained experience working with people who have dementia, physical limitations as well as others just needing company and support in a residential home environment.

Also during her 3 year degree, Emily completed 1200 hours of practicum which means she experienced vast areas of nursing including palliative care, mental health, stroke rehabilitation and surgical wards.


Joanne Newland,
New Zealand Recruitment Liaison

Joanne has over 30 years’ knowledge, experience and understanding of social service delivery in New Zealand. Her expertise is working with people with both a physical and intellectual disability.

She has a proven passion and commitment to empowering people to live self fulfilled lives as valued members of society. Utilising her experience and qualifications as an enrolled nurse, qualified teacher and her certificate in Human Resource Management, she has been employed in the management of services, including recruitment and training of support workers.

Demonstrated through her employment as a Needs Assessor and Service Co-ordinator under a contract with the Ministry of Health NZ, Joanne has the ability to gain an intimate understanding of each client’s needs and their family needs, to support them through on-going changes. She recognises the importance of a collaborative approach, including the recruitment of carers and nurses required to provide the necessary support.