A successful career in Banking leading to responsibility for a group of branches before moving to social housing over 17 years ago ,rising to Director of Audit in a large Housing Association. April of 17 has seen a move to running his own consultancy specialising in Risk Management , Internal Controls & all aspects of Governance working across a range of businesses.
A retired solicitor who specialised in commercial property. Active in her local community; a Parish Councillor for many years.
Head of Land at a Somerset based Housing Association with over 25 years’ experience in affordable and open market housing development. Currently chair of the NHF south west development regional interest group.
Malcolm Hayday CBE
Born in Bristol and a graduate of Exeter University, Malcolm has returned to the South West after some 40 years in banking, split between international wholesale banking and social finance. He launched Charities Aid Foundation's involvement with lending and social investment before becoming the founding Chief Executive of Charity Bank. He has been active in the third sector for more than 20 years and is currently a senior fellow of the Finance Innovation Lab.
A fellow chartered certified accountant and a health economist. Pascale has worked in private, public and not for profit sectors across education, local government, health and housing in senior management. Pascale is the author of the National Housing Federation service charges guide, working freelance since 2008 to provide business planning services for social housing, charities and social enterprises. She is the vice chair of Waste Not Want Not a furniture recycling charity and volunteers for her daughter’s kayak and rowing clubs.
After having dedicated over 25 years working in the Social Housing arena, across the South West for commercial organisations, both large and small, David has now formed his own consultancy, especially aimed at helping small local businesses grow and help present future opportunities for local people. David lives near to the Mendips with his family and 2 overactive Springer Spaniels.
Kathryn has over 25 years’ experience working within the Social Housing sector. Specialist in tenancy and estate management, with particular interest in the development of affordable homes. Previously enjoyed many years as Board Member of a Countywide Choice-Based lettings partnership as well as leading other locally based strategic partnerships.
Michelle started her career in the private rented sector accumulating experiencing of managing large portfolio of mixed type properties. After achieving her BSC Hons Degree in Housing and CIH Diploma in Housing, she moved on to specialist accommodation provider for people with learning disabilities. Commercial acumen with a focus on ensuring targets, contract compliance and quality sustainable outcomes are delivered on time from her time with Working Links delivering Wales wide DWP employment contracts and West of England Care and repair performance contract. Being able to play her part in changing people’s lives and creating thriving communities is her reason and passion for becoming a Board member at South Western Housing Society.