There is no doubt that the social housing sector has a big impact on the lives of thousands of people across the country, every day. There is also no doubt the people on the boards of these organisations make decisions which have a long-lasting positive impact for future generations.
You can be part of it by joining. If you think that you have what it takes then take a look at our Be Part of it website which tell you all about the work of our board and what its like to be a board member, you can even sign up.
Chris Edmondson MSc Cert Ed
Christine is a freelance management researcher / advisor. She has been a board member since 2012.
Julie Thomas RNMH, DipN, MSc (Gofal Iechyd)
Julie is a retired Divisional Director of Community Services with Aneurin Bevan Universities Health Board.
She joined the board in 2015.
Wendy is a retired Public Health Practitioner. She is now a self employed Healthy Working Wales Assessor and was co-opted onto the board in October 2016.
Lorraine is a retired Staff Tutor at the Open University in Wales. Advisor to the Older People’s Commissioner for Wales and a Board member of Care & Repair Cymru.
Anne is a retired solicitor who joined the Board in 2016. She has been involved with social housing for much of her working life.
Tracey joined the board in 2016. She is a Director/ Trustee of the Disability Advice Project and previously worked in Social Services.
Richard has 23 years as an HR/Learning & Development Manager. He is a member of the Aneurin Bevan Community Health Council and also sits on the UK and Welsh advisory councils for the charity Diabetes UK.