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Lynda Clarke (Chair)

Trustee from 2008 

Lynda’s background is in education where she taught for 27 years before joining Bournemouth Local Authority as an Inspector of and Adviser for schools. On her retirement, 3 years ago, she was Manager of the School Improvement Team. She holds an honours degree, a teaching certificate and qualifications in psychotherapy, counselling and supervision.

Councillor Ted Taylor
Trustee from 1995

Ted’s background has been in Youth Work. He was a youth worker for over 30years, first as a centre based worker then as a Detached Youth Worker and took early retirement to become a Local Ward Councillor and was elected in 1996. His skills lie in creating effective relationships with people and also working relationships with agencies and organisations be it in the voluntary or statuary sector. His background has enabled him to spread the work of EDAS around the community, helping to develop the work that the organisation delivers.

Sheila Smith
Trustee from 2008

Sheila currently works for the Poole Local Authority and has spent over 30 years in a wide range of education posts including supporting vulnerable children and young people and training teachers, teaching assistants and learning mentors. She is also a qualified counselor.

Marc Del-Llano (Vice Chair)
Trustee from 2008

Marc is a commercial property solicitor qualified to give advice on a range of commercial and business matters including sales and purchases of going concerns and share sale agreements. He advises individuals, charities, partnerships and companies. His expertise extends to dealing with commercial property, residential property and employment issues.

Doreen Exon
Trustee from 2015

Doreen is a qualified nurse and has held a number of appointments within hospitals and community care. Following her move to Bournemouth in 1992 she undertook a number of roles within the local Health Authority which included the registration and inspection of health care facilities. When the regulation of these functions was transferred to national regulatory bodies Doreen became involved in the inspection and registration of a wider range of health and social care facilities within both the private and NHS sectors. Since her retirement from full time work she continues to undertake inspection assignments for the Care Quality Commission.

Doreen has wide experience in the provision of community health care and is glad to have the opportunity serving on the board of EDAS.

 

If you are interested in becoming an EDAS trustee we would love to hear from you, please contact Kate Allard on 01202 735777 or kate.allard@edasuk.org for more information.

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