David Campbell

David Campbell (Chair)

David was appointed to the role of Chair of Age UK Sheffield in February 2017, having previously served as Deputy Chair for three years.

David’s current roles are as Co-Owner/Director of a small growing engineering business, Iidea Limited, based on Sheffield’s Advanced Manufacturing Park. He is also Chair of the Board at Tinsley Bridge Group Limited, a Sheffield based engineering group. He is President of the Sheffield & District Society of Chartered Accountants in 2016/17. His previous career spanned 34 years with the national/international accounting firm Grant Thornton, where he served in both regional and national leadership roles, concluding with a 3 year placement in a senior executive leadership role in the firm’s South African operation.

David is married to Jayne, and they have 3 adult sons.  David moved to Sheffield over 40 years ago from his native city of Hull, when he came to study at Sheffield University.

Tim Furness 

Tim Furness

Tim became a Trustee of Age UK Sheffield in February 2017. He previously worked for the NHS since 1990, working in Sheffield for the Clinical Commissioning Group and its predecessors for 13 years, retiring as Director of Delivery in September 2016.

Tim held responsibility for leading strategic planning for the NHS in Sheffield, developing effective partnerships, public engagement, corporate governance, co-commissioning of specialised services. He also had a spell as Acting Chief Operating Officer at Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust.

Paul Harriman

Paul Harriman

Paul became a Trustee of Age UK Sheffield in February 2017. He has occupied numerous roles at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals and its predecessor since 1986, retiring as Head of Special Programmes, Service Improvement, in April 2017.

He has been heavily involved in leading the re-design of processes for frail elderly patients in Sheffield and is continuing this work on a part-time basis.

Angela Hunt

Angela Hunt

Angela has been a Trustee of Age UK Sheffield since September 2013.

She is the owner of Burbage Consulting Ltd, founded in 2012, providing transformational and operational consultancy to organisations within the charitable and social care sector.  Her experience includes CEO and Director Roles in children’s fostering, care and housing organisations. 

Morag Maddocks

Morag Maddocks

Morag became a Trustee of Age UK Sheffield in October 2011, and is Chair of our HR and Governance Group.

In her professional career, Morag worked in various NHS roles as a clinical psychologist, occupational psychologist, and in management roles. She also taught medical students and trainee clinical psychologists at the University of Sheffield and has been instrumental in the development of executive and non-executive Board members, clinical and management teams and leaders. 

  

Melanie Perkins

Melanie Perkins

Melanie became a Trustee in July 2015 and sits on our Finance Group. She has a financial background and until her retirement last year was a Director at the British Business Bank, the state owned bank set up to support small and medium enterprises across the UK. As a member of the Venture Capital Solutions Team she had responsibility for the management of the direct investment portfolio.

Melanie originally trained with 3i where she was responsible for investing in a wide range of business situations and managing a portfolio of significant investments.  More recently she has been appointed a Non - executive Director at Key Fund (a social investment fund) and sits on the Finance Committee at Sheffield University.

  

Melinda Riley

Melinda Riley

Melinda became a Trustee of Age UK Sheffield in July 2015 and is a member of our Finance Group.

She works as Head of Policy, Technical and Advocacy for the Pensions Advisory Service, which offers free help and guidance over pensions issues. Melinda has also worked in roles for the Department of Work and Pensions, Department for Education and Skills, the Health and Safety Executive, the Central Science Laboratory, and Sheffield City Council.

  

Jo Roy

Jo Roy

Jo became a Trustee in May 2012 and sits on our HR and Governance Group.

In her professional career, she has worked in senior human resources and organisational development roles in many local organisations in the private, education and housing sectors. As well as developing and implementing competency frameworks, Jo has expertise in designing and co-ordinating delivery of training, to strengthen management and improve performance levels. Jo is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).

 

Ruth Wilson

Ruth Wilson

Ruth became a Trustee of Age UK Sheffield in September 2005. She is Chair of our trading arm Age UK Sheffield Enterprises, and also serves on our HR and Governance Group.

In her professional career, Ruth held a variety of management roles, retiring in 2016 as a Development Manager at Macmillan Cancer Support. Previously Ruth worked in the NHS, in the North Trent Cancer Network, and at Northern General Hospital. She has also worked in Further and Higher Education and in the private, community and voluntary sectors.