Our trustees are an amazing team of people who guide and lead TLA, keeping us financially and strategically secure.
“Being a trustee at TLA means I am helping to make a real difference in the lives of those who need it most. I’m part of a team who are skilled in the real world and bring a range of expertise and experience, there’s a real contributory spirit at TLA. It’s the right place for those who are compassionate and those who get fired up about social justice issues” Shahab Adris, Lecturer, Leeds Beckett School of Health and TLA Trustee
Our trustees make sure we are working towards our charitable purposes and supporting us to plan for a successful future.
Left to right in the photo above be have, Mike White, Area Manager for the Alzheimer's Society; Sasha Pauley, Lead Community Manager for Yorkshire Building Society; Martin Ford our Chair of Trustees; Magdelena Ballance, Senior Associate: Chartered Architect and Masterplanner at Spawforths and Shahab Adris, Lecturer, Leeds Beckett School of Health.
TLA is committed to increasing the diversity of our Board Members, so our Board can reflect our multicultural workforce and clients.
We currently have vacancies on our Board and would welcome applications from people with experience in finance, marketing, IT, HR and Law.
Do you have local knowledge of the Leeds area and the issues surrounding housing and business and governance skills that you would like to use to make a difference?
If yes, please email email@example.com
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