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.
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.
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.
A long-term supporter of One25, Peter is a strategic consultant with experience in organisational change management in the engineering sector.
Fiona has over 30 years working in HR in a variety of roles, supporting operational and change management in the public sector.
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.
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
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