Tracy Wild – Chief Executive Officer
Tracy joined the Trust in 2001 and has over 20 years’ experience of working in the Criminal Justice Sector. As Chief Executive of the Trust, Tracy’s role is to lead, guide and direct the overall operations and oversee the strategic direction of the Trust. Tracy is a keen traveler in her spare time.
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Andrew Lerigo – Corporate Development Director
Andrew joined the Trust in 2002 and has over 40 years’ experience of working in housing. Andrew is the Trust’s Corporate Development Director – his role includes overseeing Business Development, Communications and Marketing, Housing and Property and Facilities. Andrew has three sons, enjoys sailing and following his son’s golf career.
Winsome Small – Interim Corporate Operations Director
Winsome joined the Trust in 2013. She has over 20 years experience in general needs and supported housing. She was formerly the Area Manager for the London and Midlands for Langley. As Interim Corporate Operations Director, Winsome is responsible for management of the Trust’s projects – which include care homes, hostels, shared and single houses and flats across multiple local authorities in England.
David Wm. Reynolds – Corporate Services Director
David joined the Trust in 2014. David has worked at a senior level for 20 years with experience of service, distribution and manufacturing within market sectors including Social Housing and Utilities. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) and has also served as President of one of CIMA’s branches. As Corporate Services Director, David is responsible for Finance, Treasury and HR. Away from Langley, David enjoys playing golf (badly), football and music.
- Malcolm Hayes – Chair of Trustees
Malcolm joined the Trust as Chair in January 2015. He brings with him a wealth of experience from the business sector having held senior level/Managing Director roles in industries including Manufacturing, Contracting, Chemical Plant Design and Insurance. He is passionate about social change and chaired the Council of Reference for an urban transformation project which brought regeneration to a previously deprived area. He is now a Non Executive Director for a number of companies including a specialist niche bank.
- Philip Hilton – Vice Chair (Development)
Philip joined the Trust in 2012 and holds the position of Vice Chair with a development function. Philip is a former Director of RPC Group Plc, manufacturers of consumer packaging. He has been active in prison and overseas development work and is currently a governor of Northampton College.
- Sandie Keene – Chair of the National Consultative Group
Sandie joined the Trust in 2016. She is a former Social Worker, Director of Adult Social Services and was also President of the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services. She has extensive experience of organisational leadership and working within the NHS. After retiring from local government in 2014, she began working independently and is currently working as an Associate with the Local Government Association to support care and health improvement. She is also an independent Chair of the Rotherham Adult Safeguarding Board and Sheffield Diocesan Safeguarding Board. Sandie was awarded a CBE in the 2014 Queens New Years Honours.
- Andrew Newell – Chair of the Audit, Risk & Compliance Committee
Andrew joined the Trust in 2015 and is the Chair of Langley’s Audit, Risk and Compliance Committee. He has over 30 years experience in the UK Financial Services sector, covering roles encompassing Finance, Treasury, Risk, Audit and Governance. He has been an Acting Finance Director at a FTSE 100 Company and a Finance Director of a building society. Andrew also has 12 years Non-Executive Director experience in mutual, private, public and third sector organisations.
- Denise Sanderson-Estcourt – Board Member
Denise joined the Trust in 2010. She has over 18 years’ worth of experience of working in Human Resources, Learning and Development, Internal Communications and Organisational Development roles.
- Mike Maiden – Board Member
Mike joined the Trust in 2016. He has extensive experience within Criminal Justice, having been CEO of several probation organisations and operating as a senior civil servant with responsibility for probation reform. In addition, his experience spans the private sector where he has been responsible for building and delivering bids for commercial contracts. Michael also has considerable experience of chairing and serving on boards as both an executive and a non-executive director. He currently chairs one of the Community Rehabilitation Companies delivering probation services.
- Ruth Williams – Board Member
Ruth joined the Trust in 2016. In addition to being a Registered General Nurse, Ruth has held director and senior level positions within the NHS, where she was responsible for informing strategy and shaping nursing practice. She currently works for NHS England where she is the Director of Nursing and Quality within the South East region. Ruth holds a Masters in Professional Practice. Ruth is also on the professional nursing register as a clinical teacher and enjoys teaching and speaking at conferences.
- Amanda Coyle – Board Member
Amanda joined the Trust in 2018. She has a background in policy formulation and delivering strategies and cultural change initiatives across large organisations in both the Public and Private sectors. She is currently Director of Health & Communities at the Greater London Authority.