Become a trustee

If you are interested in the role of Trustee with our organisation, we warmly welcome enquiries from people with appropriate skills and commitment.

You would be expected to use reasonable care and skill in your work as a trustee, using your personal skills and experience as needed to ensure that the charity is well-run and efficient.

As a Trustee you would be required to attend the Board of Trustees meetings which are held quarterly, plus approximately 5 discussion meetings held throughout the year.

Please contact our Chief Executive, Mike Fowler for more information;


Current Trustees 

Sally Eason

Sally Eason (Chair)

Sally currently works in the NHS and has a career that spans health, social care and the third sector across the West Midlands. Her work has focused on  policy, commissioning and change management. She has a Masters  in Social Science (Social Services Management) from Birmingham University. 





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Rachel Hayward

Rachel is an economist with expertise in policy, economic and regulatory advice and strategy development. This has been gained through 15 years working with regulators, think tanks and consultancies, and most recently through a secondment into the Civil Service as a senior policy advisor. She has experience in a number of sectors, including education and health and social care and holds a PhD in economics from the University of Cambridge. She also has experience of the charity sector through her volunteering roles with a number of local mental health and educational charities.

 Jonathan Price-Marlow



Jonathan Price-Marlow

Jonathan worked in the public sector for nearly 20 years.  He originally started his career in operational delivery, but now specialises in change management, project/ programme delivery, business administration and organisational development.  He is currently a Civil Servant and works for the Department for Education.




 Imran Abdulla

Imran Abdulla

Imran currently works for National Grid and has a career that spans multiple industries including Energy, Investment Banking and Consumer Goods. His work is primarily in future strategy and innovation. He has a masters in Chemical Engineering from University College London (UCL).

 Richard Hadley

Richard Hadley

Richard is a chartered accountant and became a trustee in 2018, taking on the role of treasurer in 2020. Richard spent 16 years at Deloitte, working in audit and corporate finance, and now provides consultancy services to third sector organisations. Richard also sits on the board of a Birmingham-based mental health provider and is a school governor.