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Care Network’s Trustees are (left to right): Mike Hill (Chair), Sue Ellington, Wouter Haaijman, Jill Worth, Margaret Pearce Higgins and William Mortimer (Treasurer). Our Trustees work closely with the Leadership Team to develop the strategic direction for the charity; they provide advice and challenge to the Leadership Team particularly around finance and risk. Our rustees have a range of experience in the public and private sectors. If you are interested in joining them, see our work-for-us page for further details.
Care Network has an experienced, dedicated leadership team from a variety of different care, public sector and industry backgrounds. This provides a wealth of expertise and skills for us to draw upon as we continue to grow the network and expand our portfolio of services within local communities.
Chief Executive Officer – Vacant
We are recruiting to this post and hope to have an announcement soon
Head of Service
Emma joined Care Network in 2023 after spending 8 years working in the voluntary sector in various roles. Focusing on her local community. Emma spent some time managing a charity shop which then led onto a role as Fundraising Manager before becoming the General Manager for a charity in Huntingdonshire.. Emma now holds the role of Head of Services for Care Network.
Head of Compliance, Resources and Risk
Cheryl spent many years with the civil service in London and Cambridge working with local authorities, community and faith groups. When she left the civil service, Cheryl spent some time as a School Business Manager, before joining Care Network. Her current role combines all practical aspects of office management, as well as being organisational lead for HR.
Head of Finance
Sue has been with Care Network since 2012, originally acting as project support to Community Navigators. With years of experience within the finance and banking sector, Sue now holds the post of Finance Officer, responsible for all areas of the organisations finances. Sue originally made the switch from private to the voluntary sector moving to COVER, an umbrella organisation across the East of England.