Co-Chair - Adrienne Arthurs
Adrienne Arthurs joined the NHCVS board in 2019. She is the Chief Executive of The Living Room, a charity that provides a substantial and radical group therapy counselling programme for Hertfordshire adult residents suffering with any type of addiction. Previous roles have been in a variety of sectors such as education, employment and retail in both the private sector and non-profit organisations all focused in Hertfordshire providing her with a wealth of experience. Adrienne is passionate about developing local quality services that help people to help themselves.
Co-Chair - Rosie Waters
Rosie joined the board in September 2019. Rosie is the Chief Executive of Citizens Advice North Hertfordshire (CANH) and prior to taking up the position held a variety of posts there, both voluntary and paid. She previously had an editorial career in academic publishing. CANH is a member organisation of NHCVS and she is keen to represent members’ interests at board level. Rosie believes strongly in the power of voluntary organisations working together to create positive change for our communities and she is particularly excited to help further strengthen and develop NHCVS’s support for the local voluntary sector.
Tony worked as a Civil Servant for 37 years. After retirement, he became a trustee of Citizens Advice North Herts, and subsequently CVS North Herts and Stevenage.
His involvement with CVS has given him a greater insight into the importance of the voluntary sector, in Hertfordshire and beyond, and the extent to which so many people are willing to give their time, free, to make life better for everyone.
He is lead trustee for the Community Transport scheme
Justine joined the board of Trustees in 2017. Being on the Board of Trustees has given her an opportunity to support the team at NHCVS. NHCVS supported Justine when she was working for Bridge Builders Christian Trust, so she understands and appreciates the importance of the projects that NHCVS manage. During her first couple of years on the board Justine enjoyed undertaking a research project for NHCVS whilst completing her degree in Charity and Social Enterprise Management. She is very much looking forward to her next three years on the board.
Maddy joined the Board in 2022 when looking for her first trustee role. She is currently working at Ocado, where she has been for 4 years, and in her role as Change Portfolio Manager she champions the delivery of tangible outcomes which strongly align with strategic priorities and objectives. She is very much looking forward to supporting NH&SCVS, and building her understanding of the voluntary sector in Hertfordshire.
Greg FedykOur newest trustee Greg, officially joined the board in early 2023 after finding out about us at a GoVolHerts event. Greg has over 20 years experience of direct/in-direct Sales & Sales Management experience including identifying, winning, developing and managing enterprise accounts/partners for some of the biggest companies in the World.
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