Our trustees, together with CEO Dan Mobbs, form MAP’s Board of Trustees and bring with them a range of invaluable skills and experience. They ensure we meet our charitable objectives and obligations, set out our strategic direction and oversee its implementation.
Chair of Trustees. Sue comes from a public health background, specialising in health inequalities. She helped develop the Norwich Health Forum, which was closely involved in a National Anti-Poverty Forum, and was Chair of Norwich PCT.
Caroline is a Partner at Norwich solicitors Hatch Brenner. Caroline specialises in family law, particularly protecting the rights of the vulnerable.
Craig is Head of Sixth Form at Norwich School and has been a teacher in the city for over 20 years.
Barbara helped form the basis on which MAP was created and has been a Trustee since MAP began. Barbara is a Trustee of the Risebrow Trust and until recently was a member of the Mancroft Parochial Church Council.
Kate is a reporter for ITV Anglia. She helped establish a girls' football charity in Kenya, 'Moving the Goalposts' which is now in its 12th year and still going strong.
Stephen is a qualified accountant specialising in public sector organisations, including holding the post of Finance Director and CEO of Norwich Primary Care Trust. His current role is as Finance Business Partner at HMP Highpoint and HMP Wayland.
Edward Carter is the Vicar at St Peter Mancroft, the church that set up MAP. He has been an ordained minister in the Church of England since 1997, and before that worked for small companies in Norfolk. His interests include board games and playing volleyball.