Trustees

Shiloh is governed by a board of trustees who are appointed for terms of three years.

Judy Dalton – Chair

Judy worked as a specialist physiotherapist in the NHS for 40 years in a variety of roles including senior management, trade union representative and a member of the Professional Executive Committee of the Rotherham Primary Care Trust. After her retirement, she was elected as a Borough Councillor, serving Rotherham for 4 years. She has also been a parish councillor, a school governor and is currently on the board of governors for Rotherham Foundation Trust. Judy has used this experience to help Shiloh develop its strategic objectives, introduce a new employment structure and to strengthen its partnership networks. Judy joined the board in 2014 and became Chair in July 2018.

Tom Knight – Vice Chair

Tom is a Chartered Civil Engineer and spent most of his career working for Rotherham Council before retiring as Director of Streetpride in 2008. During his career, he was responsible for the procurement of services from external contractors and consultants as well as the delivery of services by in-house teams. Consequently, Tom has experience with most contractual situations and has negotiated many contractual outcomes. Having a staff of circa 500 has also given experience in dealing with people as individuals and as groups with and without trade union involvement.

Tom is a Christian and regular worshipper at Herringthorpe United Reformed Church. He is married with five children and eight grandchildren which help to keep him busy. He is a keen cyclist, plays golf badly and is a member of Maltby Musical Theatre Group. Tom is also a member and past President of Rotherham SitwellRotary Club and it is through this that his association with Shiloh started. Tom joined the board as a Trustee in January 2019.

Kevin Quinton – Treasurer

Kevin worked in IT for 30 years, the last 25 years of which were at HSBC.  He had various IT development and management roles and was Head of Management Services when he took early retirement in 2013. At HSBC he had significant experience of project management, resource management, management information and budget management. Over last 6 years Kevin has done a lot of voluntary work including leading a Foodbank and setting up and leading a Job Club. One of his major voluntary roles was as interim centre manager at Shiloh for 9 months prior to Shiloh receiving Lottery funding that enabled the employment of staff.

Kevin currently works 3 days a week, as Resource Manager, at ASSIST Sheffield which is a charity supporting destitute refused asylum seekers. This role involves being a member of the Leadership Team and having responsibility for Finances, Fundraising, Events, Office and Volunteer Recruitment and Training.  He also has a 1 day a week job as IT and Finance Manager at Unlock charity. Kevin joined board in July 2018.

 

Len Wilson

Len is a former Head Teacher and has worked in the education system for over forty years. Throughout his career Len has held a number of roles including a Trust Associate Manager of RDASH (19yrs), the Branch Secretary of the National Association of Headteacher (12 yrs) and a Department for Education and Employment Threshold Appraiser for teachers and an assessor for Performance Management for Headteachers in Yorkshire and Humberside. Len is also a member of the Stag Medical Centre Patient Partnership Panel. As a current member of the Rotary Club of Rotherham, he is committed to supporting the wider Rotherham community.  Len has been able to use his experience to help Shiloh improve it’s performance management framework and to develop its policies and procedures. Len joined the board in 2012.

Dr Paul Clarkson

Paul is a secondary school teacher and applied to be a trustee because of his Christian faith, and his desire to see a positive impact for the people of Rotherham.  He has been involved with various funding bids for Shiloh including the successful Big Lottery. He also brings knowledge on policies, procedures and safeguarding. Originally from the North East, he has been living in Rotherham for the past twenty five years. He is a member of Herringthorpe United Reformed Church and is married with two children. Paul joined the board in 2015.

 

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