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The Shared Lives Plus Board of Trustees

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Shared Lives Plus is governed by a Board of Trustees. The Chair of Shared Lives Plus is Richard Jones

Richard Jones - Chair

Richard is a passionate supporter of Shared Lives Plus having seen the difference it makes to people lives. Richard has  been a Director of Social Services , worked for government and been a senior executive in the NHS.

Richard continues to be involved  in social care and health through a range of consultancy work and as a board member of Scope, Anchor Trust and Action on Hearing Loss.

Richard is a keen walker and enjoys music  and bird watching. He is currently learning to play the trumpet!

 

Andy Harvey – England Committee Representative

Ian Coleman - Treasurer

I read Economics at university and am an Accountant by profession. For 15 years I was the Finance Director of one of the largest metropolitan councils. I now have my own business advising on financial management and pension fund management. I am a season ticket holder at Manchester United, one of the rare breed who actually hails from Manchester. I have been an active member of the National Trust for many years. I have been a supporter of Shared Lives Plus and its predecessors for over 10 years. 

Martin Ewing – elected  (Scheme Worker)

Anne Marie McMenamin – Northern Ireland Representative

Martin Thomas – Wales Representative

Martin was elected to represent Wales on the Board of Trustees by the Shared Lives Plus Cymru Committee in 2014. Martin has worked with Shared Lives schemes since 2004 and is currently Business Manager for the South East Wales Shared Lives Scheme. He is particularly interested in scheme development and raising awareness of the Shared Lives model.

Claire Morphet – elected (Scheme Worker)

According to Claire Morphet, you can tell a lot about people by their shoes. If that’s true then she is sharp, elegant and of the moment. Unless of course she is wearing her ‘flatties’, when she wants to be practical and no nonsense, keeping her feet firmly on the ground.

Claire is the Family Based Support Manager at Heywood based social enterprise. PossAbilities CIC. After a number of roles working with people with learning disabilities, Claire took a career break to raise her two girls Mia and India.

 On her return to work, she became a Shared Lives Placement Officer working directly with families, carers and people moving into Shared Lives schemes. She flourished in this role and now manages PossAbilities Shared Lives scheme and the Big Lottery funded Homeshare scheme.

 She says “I became a Shared Lives Trustee because I truly believe in this unique model of support and want to help shape the future. I’m a normal Northern girl who doesn’t speak in jargon. There are those who ‘talk the talk’ and those who ‘walk the walk’. Where vulnerable people are concerned I’ll always want to be more of a do-er than a talker”.

 Whether in Jimmy Choo’s or jogging shoes Claire will always stand up and be counted to help vulnerable people live they life they choose.

Phil Mayne – elected (Shared Lives carer)

Jane Hutchinson - elected (Shared Lives carer)

Mary Clewley – Scotland Representative

Vacancies

There are currently vacancies for two co-opted members. See vacancies section of the website for more details

Board Meetings

You can see the most recently available minutes of the Shared Lives Plus Board of Trustees here

 

Previous Minutes are available here

 

 PUBLIC_Minutes_Shared_Lives_Plus_board_meeting_June_2015.doc PUBLIC_Minutes_Shared_Lives_Plus_board_meeting_march_2015.docx

 PUBLIC_Minutes_Shared_Lives_Plus_board_meeting_March_2016.doc PUBLIC_Minutes_Shared_Lives_Plus_board_meeting_Sept_2015.doc


PUBLIC_Minutes_Shared_Lives_Plus_board_meeting_Sept_2015.docPUBLIC_Minutes_Shared_Lives_Plus_board_meeting_jan_2016.doc

 Public_Minutes_Shared_Lives_Plus_board_meeting_June_2016.doc

 

pdfMinutes from the 2015 AGM

 

pdfNotice of AGM 2016

 

 

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