Our Trustees are:
With extensive experience in media, including TV and radio, Sandra is a provider of consultancy and training in communications and publicity. She is also a long-term, regular outreach volunteer with One25.
Sophie is an accountant with experience also in logistics and sales. She has worked internationally across a wide range of company sizes. Sophie is also regular drop-in volunteer with One25.
Engineering officer in Royal Navy. Comes with director-level engineering and business management experience with FTSE100 company. Management and growth of multi £M accounts. Also voluntary non-executive director of a social enterprise community interest company.
Chris has extensive engineering, management and financial experience with an international company as well as active involvement in the voluntary sector.
Wendy is an experienced social worker specialising in risk assessment and risk management in complex situations. Her areas of expertise include safeguarding, child protection and vulnerable adults, mental health and substance misuse.
Non-practising solicitor. Held a variety of different roles within a number of charities including organisations concerned with domestic abuse and debt. She has worked as a development officer for a local Council for Voluntary Service and currently is an organisational development consultant working with the voluntary sector.
Philip is on the senior leadership team for the Woodlands Group of churches – a role which includes leading Woodlands Metro, a new church in the city centre. He is also speaker for Care for the Family, a national Christian charity concerned with support for the family.
Trudy is on the leadership team of a large, central Bristol church, with special responsibility for mission and evangelism, including outreach and support for socially deprived and marginalised people.
Bringing extensive HR experience, Eleanor is currently HR manager with a large international firm and has been a regular outreach volunteer with One25 for several years.
Val is a trained in youth work, counselling and addiction. She is currently working for local charity which supports homeless people and is manager of Bristol’s only women’s night shelter, Spring of Hope.