CVS Board of Trustees

Telford and Wrekin Council for Voluntary Service is governed by an Board of Trustees who are formally elected at our Annual General Meeting.  They are nominated by our member organisations, user groups and partner organisations.  Their term of office is three years. 

Susan Palmer Chair of Trustees

Susan is passionate about ensuring TWCVS continues to support people living in Telford.  She has worked as a volunteer for many years. Her roles have included leading Ironbridge Brass Band to the success it is today, chairing the Senior Citizens Forum and she is currently volunteer for Ironbridge Museums.  Susan is keen for TWCVS to continue to be fit for purpose, not afraid of change and remains committed to ensuring both staff and volunteers are happy and healthy in the workplace.

Verley Brissett

Verley has worked on behalf of the community for many years and has a background in teaching working across Shropshire in youth services. He is a magistrate and is currently the Chair of Telford West Indian Association.  He is passionate about race equality and supports people to continue living in the UK who are at risk of deportation.  In recognition of his work he has attended The Queen's Garden Party.

Cllr Rae Evans

Rae has experience of working in charities and not-for-profit sectors, and has been Chairman and Director of a number of organisations, a Clerk to a parish council in Surrey, elected member for Madeley Town Council, and borough Councillor for Woodside ward.  Rae spent many years as a assessor of quality standards, including MATRIX, EFQM and Investors in People. Rae worked as a trainer and lecturer with Shrewsbury College, Birmingham City Council, The Industrial Society, Capita and Investors in People International.  She holds a Masters Degree in Human Resource Management, and is a qualified Business Counsellor and member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. 

Julie Francis

Julie's working life was mostly spent with a large telecommunications company.  Now retired, she is using some of her skills to good effect in the voluntary sector, which she believes has never had a more important role to play in society.  In addition to her role with CVS she is also Chair of Governors at a local primary school and a Trustee of the Senior Citizen's Forum.

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Michael Frater

Michael is retired from a 30 year career in local government.  Over 15 years he held the post of Chief Executive in three councils including Telford and Wrekin from 2000-2006.  After retirement he also held three interim Chief Executive roles.  He has three adult children including one with complex special needs.  He is Chair of the Friends Group and of the Family Forum at Home Farm Trust in Ironbridge.  He became a Trustee of CVS in 2016.

Rod Roman

Rod was born in Donnington and went to school in Newport.  He lives in Edgmond.  A qualified Chartered Accountant and Corporate Treasurer, he is a partner at EY, a global professional service firm.  Rod has six children, is married to a local authority teacher and together they are registered foster carers for Telford and Wrekin.

Kit Roberts

Kit was born in the Potteries and moved to Priorslee, Telford in 2000 with her husband, John.  A qualified teacher, Kit has considerable experience in the adult public and voluntary sector, including working as a joint commissioner in Telford and Wrekin, with a specialist focus on learning disabilities.  Kit has two grown up children, one grand-daughter and another grand-child due very soon.

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Telford and Wrekin CVS, The Glebe Centre, Glebe Street, Wellington, Telford, TF1 1JP

A Company Limited by Guarantee Number 2436644

Registered Charity No. 702589

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