August 15, 2017 Movers & Shakers

Brunelcare appoints three new Trustees to their Board 


Brunelcare, the Bristol based Charity and Housing Association, has strengthened its Board by appointing three new Trustees.


  • Deborah Evans – worked as a senior manager and Chief Executive in the NHS for 35 years. For the last five years Deborah has been Managing Director of the West of England Academic Health Science Network; an NHS funded body whose role is to stimulate innovation in the NHS and to spread best practice in care.
  • Barbara Hardy – an Academic Lawyer specialising in legal philosophy and the impact of law on policy, especially within the social housing sector. In addition to her law career, Barbara has over 30 years’ business experience in the private and commercial banking sector, NHS and Civil Service.
  • Gill McLeod – an experienced senior housing professional with a proven track record in successfully delivering high quality projects.  Gill is a PFI project Director with the Aster Group and has been a Board Director of Silbury Housing Ltd since November 2015.  Earlier in her career Gill set up a women’s refuge in Chippenham and was also involved in homeless services.


Steve Boardman, the Chair of Brunelcare’s Board of Trustees, said:


“I am delighted that we have been able to recruit three more high calibre Trustees to join the Board.  All three are leaders in their own professions and I have no doubt they will strengthen the Board in our mission to provide top quality care services for elderly people.”


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