We appreciate your interest in becoming a Trustee of Advocacy West Wales.
Being a trustee is a rewarding experience. It gives you an opportunity to put something back into the community. You can use skills you already have and develop new ones. You will meet new people, both amongst the trustees and on the staff team, and have the opportunity to work as part of the team. You will know that you have been able to contribute to helping individuals feel heard, and influence their own lives, often at times of crisis or concern.
For a trustee application pack please email:
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The Board of Trustees
Acting Chair: Andy Watters
Andy is a registered social worker who has worked in various roles supporting people with mental health, learning and other disabilities, before becoming a full time trainer and lecturer in further and higher education. Active in the lecturers’ trade union he was elected to the Wales region executive. Since retiring as a lecturer Andy has continued to work part-time in services for people with mental health issues and learning disabilities, advising on good staff practice and health and safety matters. He has a strong interest in human rights issues.
Vice Chair: Currently vacant position
Treasurer: Carolyn Oakley
Barbara Wilson –
During a long career with Pembrokeshire Community Health Council (CHC), including eleven years as Chief Officer, Barbara worked closely with Voluntary & Statutory bodies to improve health care on behalf of patients. Representing the CHC as observer on the Management Committee of MAP during this period whilst supporting Chairman/members of the CHC’s involvement in the Executive of MIND. In 2002 Barbara retired from full time employment, but retained interest in Mental Health Services by appointment to the Management Committee of MAP and was elected to Pembrokeshire MIND Board of Trustees (5 years). In August 2014 – Barbara became Acting Chairman of MAP (renamed Advocacy West Wales) at November AGM. She resigned in December 2015, but plans to remain a Trustee for the foreseeable future.