Sundera Kumara-Moorthy Kumar is passionate about fair and equal access to Health and Social Care for all who need it. Disabled himself, affected by polio when an infant, Kumar has first hand experience of inequality, discrimination and difficulties encountered daily by those living with disabilities. He is passionate about advocacy, giving voice to all service users ensuring they are heard and listened to by service providers and professionals. Graduate (BSc, Msc and MBA) of Imperial College of Science Technology and Medicine London, Kumar’s working career spanned computing and communication industries where he held senior management and board positions in high technology business enterprises. He has applied his commercial nuance to volunteer and charitable sector. In particular Kumar has actively contributed to the review of POhWER's governance to assist the charity to develop flexible but robust management structures to enable it to remain competitive when responding to the challenges of austere economic climate. Kumar is a resident of Hertsmere. He has been a Trustee of POhWER since 2013 and other directorships he holds include Healthwatch Hertfordshire and Disability Watford.