Telephone: 020 8581 1676    Email: info@hillingdoncommunitytrust.org.uk

Staff

Trust Director:

Kathleen Healy

 

Trust administrator:

Theresa O’Brien

 

Trustees

Trustees are local people or have a sound knowledge of the local community and its needs, and are committed to improving quality of life in the Trust area. They are responsible for the Trust’s governance and strategy and for making decisions on funding. They meet 6 times a year.

Clive Gee

Chairman

Clive is the Director of Development in the Development & Alumni Relations Office at Brunel University. His team builds support for the University primarily from philanthropic sources as well as corporate sponsorship and Government funding. Clive also project manages the University’s annual Design and Engineering event, ‘Made in Brunel’, the student led showcase of creativity from Brunel’s designers, engineers and innovators. Through a series of networking and workshop events with industry, strong links are developed between students and professionals that create a gateway for graduates into the workplace.

Clive is also a fundraiser for Arthritis Research UK and a fellow of the R.S.A.

   

Ian Campbell

 

Ian has recently been appointed Deputy Vice Chancellor of the University of Hertfordshire. Formerly Pro-Vice Chancellor of Brunel University responsible for the student experience and staff development. Within this portfolio, Ian led the development and successful implementation between 2008 and 2012 of the University’s strategy to maximise the impact of the Olympic and Paralympic Games coming to London in 2012 (Brunel 2012 Programmes). Ian has over 10 years leadership and management experience in academia and joined Brunel from industry.

   

Steve Coventry

Deputy Chairman 

Born in Hayes, Steve is a Chartered Certified Accountant and Chartered Tax Adviser with many years commercial experience in private practice. He has had extensive experience in the voluntary and public sectors in Hillingdon and further afield particularly in the National Health Service, mental health and higher education.

   

Matthew Gorman

A Director of Corporate Responsibility & Environment for BAA Limited. He leads the team shaping Heathrow’s sustainability strategy, addressing the company’s environmental and social impacts.

   
 Dominic Gilham

Dominic Gilham

Dominic is a West Drayton resident and an elected councillor since 2010, a self employed milkman by trade. He also chairs the Trust Board at the West Drayton and Yiewsley community centre. Dominic is a school governor at Hillingdon Primary and Chairs the Welfare forum for local senior citizens along with supporting the Air Cadets of 1381 squadron West Drayton.

   

Jasvir Jassal BEM

Jas is an IT governance analyst with Reed Exhibitions plc. He has been committed to charitable and voluntary work in the community for over ten years. In his previous role as the Community Investment Executive with the British Airways Flying Start charity he co-ordinated fundraising events and campaigns and provided mentoring to volunteers. He won the British Airways Volunteer award in 2012, was an Olympic Torch Bearer in the same year and was honoured in the New Year’s honours list 2014 with the British Empire Medal. Jas is involved with grassroots football in the West Middlesex & Hayes District League as Vice-Chairman of Concorde Rangers FC and is co-founder of the Asian Cricket Awards.

   

Carole Jones

Chair of Main Grants sub-committee

Headteacher of Yeading Junior School in the London Borough of Hillingdon. Yeading Junior School is the hub for Yeading Cluster Schools. Chair of Strong and Active Communities Partnership, a theme group of the Local Strategic Partnership.

   
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Jack Taylor

Born in Hillingdon, Jack was previously active in youth politics on a local, regional and national stage, focusing on cultural understanding, climate change, and services for young people. He has since volunteered across the country, working currently on providing pro bono legal and financial advice to those in financial need and is studying to become a Chartered Accountant with the National Audit Office.

   

Isabel King

Former director of community and the environment at Groundwork Thames Valley, a qualified architect and independent consultant.
   

Peter Money

Born and raised in Harlington with an interest in politics he has recently been elected as a councillor for the Heathrow Villages Ward for the London Borough of Hillingdon. Along with this, Peter  is studying for his PhD at the University of Kingston, London.

   
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Balwinder Sokhi

Balwinder is a retired member of the Metropolitan Police and was a Partnership Funding Finance Manager during the last 5 years of her service.  She has been a resident of West Drayton for over 30 years and has been volunteering within local charities, mainly in the south of the Borough. Currently, Balwinder is volunteering for the Hillingdon Hospital Macmillan Cancer Information Centre.

   

Keith Wallis

Chair of Small Grants Sub-committee

Has strong sporting links south of the Borough, as Club Captain and Colts Secretary at Hayes Cricket Club and also as Secretary of the Hayes and Yeading United FC Supporters’ Club. Keith is a cricket coach, working at a number of schools in Hillingdon.

   
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Paul Lewis

Paul has been a resident in the London Borough of Hillingdon for over 13 years and works in the IT sector as an HR Business Partner/HR Project and Programme Manager.  As well as his work with the Hillingdon Community Trust he is also a Trustee with the Hillingdon and Ealing Citizens Advice Bureau
   
 

Freda Ritchie

Freda is Managing Director at Hillingdon Refugee  Support Organisation
   
 Shane Ryan

Shane Ryan

Shane Ryan has been with Working with Men since November 2007 and was appointed Chief Executive in November 2009. Under his stewardship WWM have built a national reputation as a solution focused organisation offering evidence based approaches to community needs and issues particularly around conflict and transition, father’s development, masculinity and youth unemployment.

Having worked in variety of inner city areas tackling drug use and managing the UK’s first mobile health care facilities for the NHS until 1995, Shane moved to the voluntary sector and into various managerial appointments in charities as well as a Home Office secondment and projects taking him to the USA and Japan.

Shane has over 25 years’ experience working with young people and through WWM is a frequent advisor and speaker on non-profit matters covering the entire range of his charities work nationally
   

David Brough

Honorary President

Former Head of Democratic Services at the London Borough of Hillingdon, a Freeman of the Borough and Chairman of the Hayes Town Partnership.

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