As part of National Trustee’s Week, we are introducing our very own trustees. Today, it’s the turn of our enterprise trustees.
Hazel Clark MBE
Charity Board Representative
Hazel is a long-standing Hendon resident and well known community activist. She was involved in developing the bid that secured £54M government funding for the 10-year New Deal for Communities programme from 2001 to 2011, was elected to the NDC board by the community and was chairperson of the Housing & Environment Theme Teams for many years. Hazel is the Charity representative on the BotM Enterprises board and provides a direct link between BotM Charity and BotM Enterprises. In doing so, she ensures the values of the Charity are upheld, the business plans are consistent and complementary to the Charity and that key performance data is exchanged. She also brings her housing, local knowledge and regeneration insights to bear
Paul is Chief Executive of Durham Aged Mineworkers’ Homes Association (a Registered Provider and the largest Almshouse charity in the UK). He joined the Board on 22nd November 2018 and provides social housing and charity expertise as well as budgeting, business planning, internal audit and accounting skills having worked in audit, financial accounting and social housing for over 30 years. He is a Chartered Accountant, Chartered Manager and Member of the Chartered Institute of Housing, sits on the Executive Committee of the Almshouse Association and is a director of the Leonard Hackett Memorial Trust.
Liz retired from her role as a Senior Housing Manager with Sunderland Council which she was key in BotM securing loan finance for empty homes purchase and refurbishments. She has an in-depth knowledge of empty homes issues, local housing strategy, legislation, training and some community led housing. She joined the Board on 30th January 2020 and is now Director of a mindfulness social enterprise called ‘The Little Company of Calm’. She has a CMI Level 5 Certificate in Management and Leadership and has skills in Project Management, Communication, Budget Management, Strategic Planning as well as Teaching and Training.
Victoria is currently a Finance Director for Sunderland Homecare Associates(20-20) which is a long-standing Hendon-based social enterprise delivering Health & Social care. Prior to this Victoria fulfilled a Finance Director role for over 8 years at CASA Ltd a national company delivering Health & Social care across the country. Victoria’s past roles also include working from RSM Tenon and Baker Tilly as well as Impact Family services fulfilling various different financial roles. As well as finance, Victoria also has extensive HR experience. She joined the Board on 30th January 2020 and is Hendon-born. She has experience of the voluntary & private sectors and can offer social impact measurement, HR and governance support to the Charity
Tina is a highly experienced and skilled financier and businesswoman with extensive expertise in business development and commerce evidenced throughout a long career within the Financial Services Industry. She held senior executive positions with various banking institutions and has worked with SME`s delivering and developing customer service, sales, portfolio growth creating tangible and measurable business improvements. Tina also specialises in strategic leadership and has experience working with SME`s delivering and developing customer service, sales, portfolio growth creating tangible and measurable business improvements.