Retired solicitor (Partner) who specialised in Housing. Additional experience in voluntary work, as a Board Member for the Lincoln and District Citizens Advice Bureau and a Community Panel Member for the Youth Justice Service.
Chief Executive of the Association since 2021.
Retired Local Authority Senior Officer as a Project Manager in construction design, maintenance, improvement and development.
Retired MD of a commercial property developer and former manager of a construction company.
An Audit Partner at Streets LLP, working on internal and external audits.
Recently retired from a career in banking, where he was responsible in his last role as Branch Manager for Handelsbanken for all lending, customer service, staff development and performance.
Sally is a Lecturer at the Lincoln International Business School. She has extensive experience working at a Leadership level, including Head of Finance Nottinghamshire Police and Head of Business Partnering Nottinghamshire Police.
Professor Ridley is a Chartered Secretary and a Fellow of the CIIA. He has extensive knowledge of corporate governance, quality management and practical experience in all forms of auditing practices.
Director of ICT at the University of Lincoln. Responsible for the delivery of ICT and audio visual services to students and staff of the University. Also, Chair of the Board of Trustees for ucisa, a member-led professional body for digital practitioners within education.
Kerry is a Senior Support Worker at P3 Charity, who provide housing support throughout Lincolnshire. Kerry takes a lead for the co-ordination and delivery of the support provided.
Hilary has substantial experience of managing people, services, commissioning, processes, budgets and resources in social care and support settings.
Liam is a Quantity Surveyor, currently working at Sheffield City Council as a Commercial Manager. He is responsible for the management of the commercial functions of the organisation, relating to social housing. This includes finance, procurement and supplier areas of the business.
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