Welcome Sue Geary – New Trustee
We are delighted to announce that we have a new trustee as part of our board. Sue Geary joined Care Home Volunteers at the beginning of the month and we are delighted to have her on board.
Sue is recently retired from a career in local government, initially as a librarian and a project manager and, for the last thirty years working in social care. She has held lead roles in policy, performance and, most recently, as a head of commissioning for adult care services.
Sue feels strongly that people who use care services should be engaged and involved and that they feel supported to have a voice. She is also a firm believer in evidence-based practice and is keen that we can demonstrate how different services can make a positive impact on people’s lives.
Sue has been a volunteer adult literacy tutor and a befriender for Age UK. She has a personal interest in health research and, as a public/patient involvement representative, contributes to a number of academic research projects.
Find out about all of fantastic trustees at https://www.carehomevolunteers.org.uk/meet-our-trustess/