The Board meets quarterly and there are two subcommittees:
Our Trustees are:
Malcolm is an international business strategy consultant. As a former leading magistrate he also has extensive experience of the criminal and family justice systems.
Sarah is a strategy and governance consultant with ten years’ experience of senior management in the third sector and a background in communications, campaigning and public affairs. She also holds a number of NHS non-executive director and trustee roles
Matt spent over 15 years working for various social landlords before retraining as a chartered accountant. He has extensive experience of working with a wide range of organisations from across the private, public and voluntary sectors.
Karen is the CEO at a local voluntary sector organisation, supporting young people with their mental health and wellbeing. She has held senior leadership roles for 20 years with a focus on developing and delivering services for those with complex needs, specifically around drugs and alcohol.
Rebecca has worked as a senior manager in local health services since 2006. She has a background in hospital general management and business planning, and now works to deliver improvements across health and care in a system transformation role.
Claire is a registered social worker with over 15 years’ experience in both children’s and adult social care. She has worked across both the voluntary and statutory sectors.
Fiona has over 30 years working in HR in a variety of roles, supporting operational and change management in the public sector.
Melody is a solicitor in private practice with over 15 years experience in family law. She is an accredited children’s law specialist and has also provided pro bono legal advice through a number of voluntary organisations in all areas of family law.
Katie has 18 years’ experience across the human resources field, gained from the public, private and not-for-profit sectors.
Carol has almost 20 years’ experience of commissioning services for people affected by drug or alcohol misuse. She is also a long-term outreach volunteer with One25.
Helen is a safeguarding trainer and consultant for a range of organisations. She previously worked in the education sector for 20 years in a variety of front line and managerial roles, always with a welfare and safeguarding focus.
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