NCHA

The Board

We are governed by the NCHA Board, which is made up of members from the local community. 

It's our objective to recruit and retain Board members who possess the skills, knowledge and experience necessary to help us set policy and monitor performance most effectively. We recruit new members who best balance the needs of the Board at that particular time. Board recruitment is carried out in accordance with our equal opportunities guidelines and the process is monitored throughout.

Every year the Board reviews the balance of it’s members in terms of equalities and diversity and the skills, knowledge and experience of its membership. We then try to fill any gaps by agreeing recruitment needs and priority training.

The current Board membership is as follows:-

     

Dr. Nigel Nice (Chairman) BA, DPhil, IHSM
Re-elected to the Board in 2011 and has been Chair since 2006. He is now retired as regional director for NHS Direct in the East Midlands in 2010 after 35 years health service.


     
     

Ann McCarthy (Vice-Chair) MA, MCIEH, MCIH
Re-elected to the Board in 2011 and in 2006 became Vice Chair of the Audit Committee. She is a Senior Lecturer in the Division of Social Work and Professional Practice at Nottingham Trent University.


     
     

Graham Carvell (Tenant)
Re-elected to the Board in 2012 and tenant of the Association living in Leicester. He recently retired from the Adults and Housing Department of Leicester City Council.

     
     

Carolyn Isaaks FCCA, BSc, MSc
Re-elected to the Board in 2009 and is a member of the Audit Committee and the Remuneration and Governance Committee. She is an Associate Professor in the Department of Accounting at Nottingham University Business School.

     
     

Pradeep Khuti BA
Re-elected to the Board in 2011 and is a member of the Audit Committee. Pradeep has commercial experience gained through his previous directorships and in IT consultancy in the financial sector. At national level he represents the public through his work in disciplinary/tribunal hearings for The Council Of The Inns of Court and The Nursing and Midwifery Council, dealing with issues in relation to the public interest, public safety and the maintenace of standards.

     
     

Steve Worthington ACMA.
Appointed to the Board in 2010. He is a qualified management accountant who has extensive financial, commercial and project management experience in the manufacturing and service sectors, and has spent a number of years in senior positions in further education. He is now involved in interim management and consultancy in the education sector.

     
   

Denise Maguire
Appointed to the Board in 2011. She has been involved in the voluntary sector for many years encompassing such attributes as serving as a local Councillor and a Disability Rights adviser to a number of national charities. Indeed her charity work was recognised in 2010 by a national 'Beacon of Hope Award'. Denise is a retired University lecturer in law but still serves on the University of London Inclusive Practice Sub Academic Committee as an external member. She is also a part time project manager for the Citizens Advice Bureau.

     
    Claire Winfield BA (Hons)
Appointed to the Board in 2013. She trained as a youth and community worker and since graduating in 1992 has spent all of her working life in human services. She has worked with homeless young people, people with learning disabilities and people who use mental health services. Her current role is as CEO at Sight Support Derbyshire.
     
    Associate Board Members

To assist and support the work of the Board and aid succession planning, the Board has created two posts of non-shareholding Associates, appointed on 12 month service agreements. Associates are not part of the Board and have no voting rights or formal position in the Governance structure of the Association although they attend Board meetings and undertake pieces of work on behalf of the Board.
     
    Carri Swann
Appointed in June 2014, Carri is a law graduate from Oxford University who recently completed the LPC at De Montfort University. During her studies she undertook voluntary work for pro bono charity Advocates for International Development, the Oxfordshire Short Term Advocacy Service, and Street Law, and worked for a legal aid funded firm in Nottingham.

 

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