Board Member Profiles
Anthony spent 20 years working in corporate communications and publishing before becoming a coach and trainer. He specialises in personal development, coaching and training focused on developing mental, communication and influencing skills.
“Care and Repair is a great organisation that adds real social value across the communities in which it works and I’m really excited by its vision and its plans for the future. I’m looking forward to bringing my experience working across both the public and private sectors and in running my own business to help support the organisation deliver its growth and development plans.”
Glynne is responsible for delivering Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board’s Well North Wales programme, which works to improve the health and wellbeing outcomes of people and families in the most deprived communities in North Wales. Through this work he got involved with Care and Repair.
“The work of Care and Repair plays a vital part in supporting the Well North Wales programme aims of improving health and wellbeing in our most deprived communities, as well as the Health Board’s Care Closer to Home strategy. My role on the Care and Repair Board is important to developing our understanding of how these strategies are working from the grassroots up and as we move forward I’d like to see fully integrated services, with Care and Repair part of a seamless partnership of organisations working to support better health outcomes for our communities.”
Nikki was appointed as Land and Partnerships Manager for builder and developer Seddon Construction in 2015, responsible for working with housing associations and local authortities across North Wales, to develop much needed affordable housing. Prior to that she held a similar role at Bullock Construction and brings with her more than a decade of experience in the construction sector. She is also Chair of WISH North Wales, a business and support network for women working in all business sectors associated with social housing.
“I’m really excited to be able to play a role in helping Care and Repair grow and develop. Care and Repair plays a really important part in the local community and I’m looking forward to bringing my experience of the private sector to support the organisation in developing a sustainable business model to maximise its impact in the community in a wider sense. As a local girl, I’m especially excited by the opportunities that the Place for You in Shotton can bring to the areas as we work to create a vibrant community hub that will make a real difference to supporting health and wellbeing for local people.”
Sue has over 30 years’ experience working at senior level in the NHS and public health nationally and locally predominantly in communities of high deprivation. She is a specialist transformational change consultant working to achieve transformational change with individuals, communities and organisations. Her experience includes developing and delivering the largest sports and physical activity workpoace health programme across NHS organisations nationally, delivering a ‘Leadership for Community Wellbeing’ across CCGs in Cheshire and creating a unique Life Through the Lens photo competition to promote and engage people in their mental wellbeing at regional and local level.
She founded MSH Partnership UK, an organisation that brings together professionals in the field of health, sport, leadership and transformational change to create sustainable improvement in wellbeing and performance for individuals and workplaces both large and small.
Sue is a coach, counselor and mentor and has recently qualified as a Mental Health First Aider (MHFA) and is passionate about supporting people to improve and maintain their mental wellbeing.
“Fundamentally, Care and Repair is all about improving wellbeing for individuals and communities which has been a central aim for me throughout my career. I’m delighted to be able to bring my experience of working in health and communities to the Board and help the organisation achieve its ambitions to be a force for change in the local community, supporting regeneration and ensuring that assets such as Place for You make a real difference in improving wellbeing for local people.”