David Shepherd – Chair of Trustees
David has worked in the marketing services industry for over 20 years. He is currently employed as the Client Service Director for Howard Hunt, who provide marketing collateral and strategy for a number of clients in the Charity and Financial Services Sectors including Cancer Research UK. David brings operational, commercial and marketing expertise to the board.


Chris Back – Trustee
Chris Back has worked for international trading organisations for 35 years. He has held managing and commercial director roles for several companies. Chris is currently responsible for the trading activities of a global company. Chris brings with him a wealth of knowledge in business development, finance, risk assessment and compliance.


Niki Thompson – Treasurer
Niki has lived in Chertsey for the last 9 years with her husband Phil. She has worked in sales for over 30 years both managing national accounts and field sales teams in the apparel industry. She is currently employed as the UK & Ireland sales manager for sloggi. She has a wealth of experience in customer relations, and people management.


Pauline Hillier – Trustee
Pauline’s professional career saw her work as a legal secretary for many years, with a local law firm. Pauline has lived in the Chertsey area for the past 20 years, when her husband took up the post of Vicar of St Peters Church in the centre of the town. During that time she has become a central figure in the local community, and has been involved in co-ordinating and developing work amongst the elderly in the Church and local community

Clare Price – Trustee
Clare has lived in Chertsey for the past 9 years with her husband and 3 girls.
Clare has owned and operates her successful local driving school since 2003. She is now a full-time mother and carer to her Dad.
Clare’s 80 year old father attends the centre, and suffers with Lewy body dementia and Parkinson’s


Beth Ellera – Trustee

Beth worked as a Registered Mental Health Nurse and a Registered General Nurse for over 30 years, until her retirement in 2012. Having worked as ward sister and as a Community Mental Health Nurse, working across a wide cross section of ages and social backgrounds; Beth brings her vast experience to the centre and is able to provide essential governance and guidance on client welfare..