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The activities of Pathways are governed by a board of 12 trustees who shape the future direction of our work. The board, when it was that of the Ealing and Brentford Consolidated Charity until 2011, consisted of local residents. We now have almshouses throughout London, and have recruited 8 new trustees since November 2013, giving a board more representative of our current geographic spread.
Stephen joined the board in September 2013 and sits on the Housing Committee.
Stephen is a senior housing manager with extensive experience delivering property and housing management services across different tenures.
He has worked for a number of registered social landlords and has held a variety of senior management positions, recently as Interim Director of Operations at Housing for Women, and previously at London Area Operations Director at WATMOS and Head of Housing at Viridian. Stephen lives in Wandsworth, London.
Christina has served on the board since 2003. She has chaired the Housing committee and is a member of the Staffing Committee.
She is a retired nursing professional, whose career in the NHS included roles in nursing, midwifery and management. She is also a board member of the Catalyst Housing Group, representing Catalysts Resident Federation on that board; and works with a number of other charities and voluntary groups
She lives in Northolt.
Trevor joined the board in September 2013 as the nominated trustee, having been nominated by the Archdeacon of Northolt. He serves on the Grants and Staffing Committees. As the nominated trustee Trevor was appointed for an initial period of four years.
Trevor is a retired marketing professional. He worked for the national Trust for 10 years as Market Research & Intelligence Manager, and previously worked in marketing positions for several large companies. He has also acted as a City of London Guide lecturer.
Roger joined the board in September 2013, and serves on the Finance and Development committees.
He currently works as a housing consultant with a wide range of clients including local authorities and housing associations. He writes extensively on housing issues, e.g. for HQN. He has developed a specialism in the operation of the private rented sector (PRS). Roger, who lives in Ealing, is also Clerk to the Trustees of St Mary’s Homes, an Ealing Almshouse.
He has worked in local government and had ten years spells at both the Housing Corporation and the Audit Commission.
Tim joined in September 2013 and serves on the Development Committee. Tim is a Director of two housing consultancies which specialises in planning and development for the affordable housing sector.
Before moving into consultancy, Tim worked for a number of housing associations including Aldwyck and the Midland Area Improvement HA.
Tim lives in Milton Keynes.
Juliane joined the board in November 2014, and sits on the Finance committee. She is currently a rating analyst at Moodys Investors Service, where her duties include providing credit analysis on a portfolio of 30 English housing associations. In previous roles Julian has been an analyst at National Employment Savings Trust, HM Treasury Office for Budget responsibility and the IMF. She has had a number of article and papers published in European publications. Juliane lives in Pimlico, London.
Lucinda joined the board in November 2014. She chairs the Staffing Committee, and sits on the Development committee. She is currently taking a career sabbatical and was previously a partner at Knight Frank, a Regional Head at Ringley Charted Surveyors, and has also worked at RBS in a change management role.
Lucinda is a qualified solicitor (non-practising) and lives in Little Venice, London.
Hony joined the board in November 2014, and serves on the Housing and Staffing committees. She currently works at Circle 33 in a senior management position, and was previously head of Income at Circle Housing Mole Valley, with some 13 years prior experience at a number of housing associations.
Hony lives in Purley in Surrey.
Alice joined the board in January 2015, and holds an ex-officio position on the board, being the nominated representative of the Vicar of the Ecclesiastical Parish of St. John’s, West Ealing. As an ex-officio trustee Alice may continue serving on the board without time restriction. Alice worked in Occupational Therapy as a clinician for most of her life before becoming a lecturer at Brunel University teaching Occupational Therapy. She has lived in Ealing for many years. She sits on the Housing and Grants committees.