We’d like to welcome three new Trustees to our Board:
Stacey Runciman: Stacey is a survivor of Domestic Abuse, so is an expert by experience.She has 5 years’ experience working with professionals to help further educate them on Domestic Abuse. and is currently creating her own training programme after completing her level 3 education and training. She is also an inspirational speaker.Stacey joined the Board in August 2021 and is a member of the Human Resources Committee.
: Sam has had a successful career spanning over 30 years working at senior management level within accounting, private and public sector industries.Sam decided, in 2016, to become self-employed and now focuses her time on utilising her skills to provide accounting and internal audit services to private companies and Local Government, supporting and advising on best practice within finance, governance, risk management and controls to senior management and committees alike. Sam is a qualified accountant and internal auditor. She also holds certificates in data protection and leadership & management. Sam joined Anglia Care Trust in July 2021 as a Board Trustee, sitting on the Human Resource and Finance Committees.
Bill Farrow: Bill joined ACT as a Volunteer in 2013, starting out as an Appropriate Adult quickly moving on to Mentoring, Advocacy for Children and Young People and Independent Visiting. During that time Bill had a part time role for ACT leading an Informal Advocacy Project for about a year. Bill’s new role as Trustee comes after 40 years of volunteering with young people from troubled backgrounds; he has also worked in Guatemala as a Volunteer for a UN Registered charity building Houses for the Poor. Professionally Bill has travelled the world, working with some of the best and worst organisations in the Private, Public and Third Sector as a Trainer and Consultant. A former Non-Executive Director in the NHS, with special interests in Governance and Safeguarding, Bill continues to volunteer as a Blood biker with Norfolk Blood Bikes.