We currently have 6 Trustees who dedicate their time to the governance and development of BHLC.
After a career in Public Health Deb deepened her relationship with the VCSE sector working as a trainer and consultant with many different charities and organisations. She has been involved with Brunswick Hub one way or another for over 20 years.
Laura has lived in Warwickshire most of her life and is a proud Leamingtonian! She built a 20 year career at Aston Martin before changing career 4 years ago and she now leads the EMEA & APAC Marketing team for a US based tech company.
She first became involved at BHUB supporting the Finance Officer and has since joined the Board as Treasurer and is a huge supporter of giving back to the local community at grass roots level and very proud to play a tiny part in the work that the dedicated team at BHUB deliver that has such an impact in the local community.
John made his career in local government, focusing on Human Resources and Social Services Management and community policy. He lives locally and since his retirement has maintained an interest in local activities, including serving as a board member at Brunswick for the past 15 years.
Born and educated locally, Stanislaw spent his working life abroad, working in Education and Teacher Training. He have also run his own business for the past 40 years. His interests are history and social change.
Rosie came to Brunswick in 2013 as our receptionist, but left after 18 months due to her husband's job move. Since 2017, she has volunteered on reception for 2 days a week, so has an inside view on how BHLC works. In previous lives, Rosie has been a houseparent in a children's home, worked on a psychiatric ward, been a teacher for 10 years, brought up 3 children and been a school governor.
In her spare time, she loves to walk, particularly in the lakes, sings in a choir, does a bit of running, tries to keep her garden under control and seems to do a lot of decorating for various members of the family
Ann grew up in southern Africa, where her love for people, animals, sport and travel began. She has worked in many different roles, the most significant being health scrutiny , working with Councillers to improve NHS services.
Ever thought of becoming a Trustee?
Think it is all paperwork, boring meetings and remote from the community?
Why not come and visit and see how being a Trustee at BHLC will change your mind?
We need enthusiastic people who are willing to give time, get involved and be prepared to really experience making a difference to people.
Please consider helping us to ensure good governance and to develop and grow the Charity.
Please get in touch on 01926 422123 for more information.