Meet the Trustees
Simon Boulcott, Chair
I have lived in Watford and Three Rivers for thirty years with my wife Pauline and our two children were born and educated locally. I joined the Board of Trustees in 2014 and was elected to the Chair in 2015. I have 35 years business experience having worked in the financial services sector which I left in 2013 to set up a consultancy business. I am currently working in the Social Housing sector helping with business and people strategy, I am also on the Governing body of a Further Education college.
Keith Fletcher, Treasurer
I spent my working career in the oil business and was fortunate to spend a significant amount of time living and working in other countries and being exposed to many different cultures. Not long after I retired I went to a Home-Start fundraising event with my wife who, at the time was a Home-Start volunteer. In a conversation with the Scheme Manager I offered to help to write the business case for a charity shop and from there on in I couldn’t get away! I became Treasurer and have spent many happy hours counting the money in and counting the money out. I am very fortunate to be a part of Home-Start Watford and Three Rivers service to the community.
Sue Bradshaw, Trustee
I live in Abbots Langley where I grew up and went to school. I am married to Colin, and we have two grown up children, James and Katie. Both children went to Rickmansworth school and are graduates of Cardiff university- as am I. I started my career in the NHS as a student nurse, moving to pathology and now I work for GSK in learning and development. I enjoy spending time with family and friends. Fun fact Christmas is a themed event in the Bradshaw household, previous years include pirates, James Bond and the Oscars! I am a former governor of Rickmansworth School and previous treasurer of Abbots Langley JMI School.
Vikki Molloy, Trustee
I have been a Home-Start family volunteer for five years, and during that time have supported a number of families with a variety of needs. I have two teenaged children and, as well as my involvement with Home-Start, I am volunteer Citizens Advice Bureau advisor and run my own decluttering business. Prior to having a family, I was a civil servant, where I worked in a number of roles, which including working on legislation at the Home Office and having responsibility at the Department for Culture, Media and Sport for the National Lottery Charities Board (now the Big Lottery Fund).
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