Our Board

BCHG is a limited company and an exempt charity, registered under the Industrial and Provident Societies Act, and governed by our Board of Management.

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Dr Abigail Robson Chair

Abigail is an experienced senior manager in local government in housing policy, practice and development. She was previously chair of Trident Social Investment Group. Her professional background is as a quantity surveyor. abi.robson@bchg.co.uk

 

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Nigel Foster

Nigel has been a commercial chartered surveyor for over 25 years. He is currently the Head of Property and Asset Management of Lambert Smith Hampton in Birmingham.

 

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Adam Carey

Adam's experience includes senior political, private and public sector management roles, most recently as Head of Community Investment at Family Housing Association.

 

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Karen Kneller

Karen is a chief executive and experienced leader in the public sector. Karen’s professional background is as a lawyer and her experience includes non-executive roles and experience of the third sector including vice chair of BRAP, a national equalities charity based in the West Midlands.

 

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Dr Sarah Woolley Senior Independent Director

Sarah combines a career advising healthcare organisations on safety and governance improvement with academic research on organisational safety. Previously, Sarah was the Executive Board Director at an NHS Foundation Trust leading on the Trust's quality, risk management and safety improvement agenda.

 

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Craig Jones Chair of Group Audit Committee

Craig is Director of Resources at Nottingham Community Housing Association. Previously Craig’s career was in the professional services firms, latterly as Corporate Finance Director with Deloitte UK. Craig also sits on the NHF Finance Policy Advisory Group. 

 

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Nigel Wright

Nigel hails from the Midlands and is a multi-sector independent Non-Executive Director, business owner and social entrepreneur.  He is a qualified banker with a professional career in Building Societies, Retail Banking and Payments.  He has mutual values and brings broad commercial, operational and digital expertise.

 

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Amanda Tomlinson

Amanda is Chief Executive of Black Country Housing Group and the appointed Executive Board member.

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Lorna Wallace-Davis

Lorna is a learning and organisation development specialist, with an extensive background in Social Care. A Registered Social Worker and qualified Executive Coach. Lorna has over 12 years’ experience at working independently

George Powell Co-optee to Group Audit Committee

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