MASH is a charity run by a Trustee Board. Trustees are elected by our Members at our AGM. MASH members are our volunteers, formers volunteers and trustees.
Sue Murphy is Deputy Leader of Manchester City Council. She has overall responsibility for equality issues for the Council and chairs the Manchester Prostitution Forum.
Kerren Daly is a partner a large firm of solicitors. She brings particular expertise in the field of employment law.
Mark Butler is a former MASH volunteer. As well as his hands on volunteer experience Mark brings business and financial expertise from his work as a manager in the private sector.
Alison Lloyd has been a volunteer for mash for 9 years. She is a fully qualified BACP psychotherapist who is currently working within HMP service.
Diego is a local Manchester City Centre resident, who also brings his knowledge of Youth Work alongside his experiences in an International role for a Church Organisation.
Sarah Miguel lives locally and has been volunteering to support centre and outreach services at MASH since 2010. She works within grant-making for a national charity, and has experience in the social housing sector.
Kath Easton is a qualified nurse and midwife and worked within neonatal services for the last 22 years holding various roles. Her current role is a secondment as Acting Lead Nurse for Newborn Services at Central Manchester University Hospital’s Trust.
Jenny Tudoris a feminist activist and a communications professional. She currently heads up a communications and policy department at The Together Trust, a charity that supports disabled children and people. She has had many national charity communications roles including Women’s Aid, Mind and Shelter.
Tabz has worked around homelessness and multiple disadvantage in a number of different roles. She currently works for Making Every Adult Matter (MEAM), a national coalition of Mind, Clinks & Homeless Link, formed to change policy and services for, and with, those experiencing multiple disadvantages. Before joining the board, Tabz worked with MASH around service user involvement and coproduction, and is now undertaking Griffin Fellowship research on how women with lived experience can influence change in Greater Manchester
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