Maureen brings extensive Board experience in the NHS and social housing, as well as local government, to Templer HomeBuild. She also has considerable professional knowledge about the process of ageing and hopes to be able to encourage greater joint working between housing, adult services and the NHS for the benefit of residents. Maureen strongly believes that everyone has a right to a decent home and that this should be achieved through a co-operative relationship between landlord and residents.
Stuart has worked in social housing for well over 30 years and is passionate about the difference a settled, secure home can make to a person’s life chances. In the last two decades he’s been an Operations Director or Executive in some of the largest Housing Associations operating across the South West. In April 2020 he set up his own company and is currently working as an ‘Interim Executive’ in a housing organisation in Ireland.
Helen has a degree in Economics and is a Chartered Management Accountant. Helen joined Teign Housing in 2016 with over 20 years of experience of working in the field of Finance and Accounts, in a range of different industries including Manufacturing, Retail and the Social Care sector. Helen enjoys working in an organisation that can truly contribute to the local community by providing a good standard of housing for local people.
Tony has had a varied career in a number of sectors. Having trained in architecture and construction surveying, he has been a buyer for a large building supply company and managing director of a national roofing and cladding contractor. He joined Teign Housing in 2014 after working for 15 years for another housing association as Head of Asset Management. He is on the board of trustees for two local community organisations. Tony enjoys working for an organisation that is truly focused on providing high quality affordable housing for local communities.
Jo is a Certified Accountant who has worked in the housing sector for 15 years. Prior to this she had a varied career in the public and commercial sectors, working in the energy industry, facilities management and healthcare. She has been a Board Member of 2 other housing associations and is currently a Business Mentor for the Princes Trust supporting young people in setting up their own business. Jo believes that a viable housing association can deliver good services to residents, build new homes for the future and contribute to the local community.
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