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What is a trustee?

 A trustee's role in a charity is to be the 'guardians of purpose', making sure that all decisions put the needs of the beneficiaries first. Our trustees safeguard the charity's assets – both physical assets, including property, and intangible ones, such as its reputation.

Current Opportunities

Have you ever considered becoming a trustee for NDAS?  We are currently looking for a dynamic and committed trustee to join our Board. Knowledge around domestic abuse is not required. 

We want our Board to be representative of our local community and so would welcome approaches from people from under-represented groups, particularly people from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities, LGBTQ+ but also a broad age-range and people living with disabilities. 

We are looking for trustees with skills and experience in the following areas:

  • Higher or Further education

  • Fundraising and income generation

  • Communications and PR, particularly digital marketing

  • Audit

  • Human resources

  • Disability

 

If this is of interest to you or you would like further information, please email:

info@ndas-org.co.uk

Come and meet out current Trustees

All come with a wealth of experience from diverse sectors. Click on the links to find out more about them

NDAS Trustee - Beverley McConnell

Beverley McConnell

NDAS Trustee Dave Lloyd-Hearn

Dave Lloyd Hearn

NDAS Trustee Adele Knott

Adele Knott

NDAS Trustee Jennifer Moles

Jennifer Moles

NDAS Trustee Jo Burns

Jo Burns

What is your area of expertise?

Could you make a difference?

NDAS Trustee Lynda Cox

Lynda Cox

NDAS Trustee Rufia Ashraf

Rufia Ashraf

NDAS Trustee Stuart Stevens

Stuart Stevens

NDAS Trustee Eric Lennox

Eric Lennox

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Mark Behan

Chatting Over Coffee

Being part of the trustee team gives me responsibility, challenge and great satisfaction. 

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