The role of trustees in charity governance cannot be underestimated. Our diverse board of experts help The Wallich remain solvent, compliant, safe and trusted.
The third sector is currently facing a number of challenges, with ever increasing demands and resources that don’t increase at the same rate.
As trustees, they are committed to ensuring that services are delivered to maximum public benefit whilst upholding the highest ethical standards.
At The Wallich, we hold our organisational values close to our hearts and they transfer directly into how we set the culture of the charity at board level. Ultimately, our role is to scrutinise but this must be balanced with our supportive role as critical friends.
Keith recently retired from corporate life after an impressive global leadership career, spanning automotive, coatings, energy, and F&B sectors and returned to Cardiff from his most recent assignment in Shanghai, China.
He brings his vast and wide-ranging corporate and leadership experience to The Wallich as Chair.
Will is the Policy and External Affairs Manager at Community Housing Cymru.
He previously worked for The Wallich in the Communications and Public Affairs team.
Cristina is the CEO of UK Insurance at Admiral Insurance.
Cristina has more than 18 years’ international experience within the financial service sector.
Rosanna was previously a Consultant Psychiatrist specialising in addictions within Cardiff and Vale.
She also sat on the Advisory Panel of Substance Misuse (APoSM) to Welsh Government for 10 years, advising on substance misuse policies and developments.
Rosanna became a trustee as she wanted to continue to support homeless people after retirement.
Simon is a renowned and respected Professor at Cardiff University.
In addition to a vast academic portfolio of published work, Simon specialises in service evaluation and impact assessments to do with reducing alcohol-related harm.
Siobhan is a solicitor at Darwin Gray.
She focuses on overall Governance at The Wallich and is Chair of the People and Talent Committee.
Million is a Caseworker for the Welsh Refugee Council, with his previous experience in Project Management for various NGOS.
He is passionate about helping people who are struggling in life, and enjoys discussing politics.
Siobhan is a Chartered member of the CIPD and experienced Senior Human Resources and Organisational Development professional with over 14 years experience in social housing.
Now working as a freelance consultant, she is also skilled in Coaching, Culture Change, Critical Thinking, Employee Wellbeing, Leadership and Management.
Siobhan is an advocate for equality and diversity and passionate about people realising their full potential.
Polly is IT Director at Valleys to Coast.
Prior to that, she spent 14 years supporting the use of technology and data to help individuals and to campaign for policy change.
Polly has an MBA from the Open University.
With a professional background in marketing, policy and communications, and personal experiences of powerlessness in big NHS settings, he hopes to bring some of those skills and experiences to The Wallich.
If you have essential skills that you could bring to The Wallich Board of Trustees, register your interest for joining our board via email: firstname.lastname@example.org