Richard Adams - Chair
Richard is the founder of several successful UK social enterprises that allow people to express ethical values through their work, spending or saving. He chaired Newcastle and North Tyneside Community Health prior to the NHS reorganisation and has been a member of the EU’s European Economic and Social Committee and the Consultative Commission on Industrial Change in Brussels since 2001.
Bob Morton - Treasurer
Bob, a Chartered Accountant, is a seasoned Financial Director with over 30 years experience at a senior financial level having worked within a variety of businesses and industries.
Carole Pitkeathley - Trustee
Carole is a consultant in customer experience issues, having enjoyed a career within the energy sector and other industries. She was a Board Member of NEA, a charity which campaigns against fuel poverty and is a Board member of Northumberland Healthwatch.
Tracy Harrison - Trustee
Tracy is Deputy Chief Executive at the Northern Housing Consortium, a body representing social landlords across the north. She has extensive procurement and marketing experience
John Booth – Trustee
John is a property lawyer and specialised in public and private sector development projects. He has a personal interest in the care of people with dementia.
Bill Carr – Trustee
Bill is interested in good design of older persons housing and has helped to promote the HAPPI principles (Housing our Aging Population - Panel for Innovation) to encourage organisations seeking funding from the HCA to innovate and learn from the advice contained in the HAPPI recommendations.
Julie Gillson - Trustee
Julie has a background in health and is very interested in the care and support of older people. Previously held Senior Nursing positions with Northumbria and Newcastle Hospital Foundation Trusts.
Chris Swan - Trustee
Chris is responsible for developing the IT Strategy and for the success of the IT transformation plan within LRG and Europe. He wants to give something back to the community and share the experience he has learnt in the private sector.