Governance

Time to Change Wales Programme Board

Time to Change Wales is managed by an Executive Programme board represented by the three partner charities' Chief Executives or Director. The TTCW Executive Programme board have overall responsibility and accountability for Time to Change Wales' strategy, leadership, management and performance.

 

Alun Thomas, Chief Executive, HafalAlun.jpg

Hafal is Wales' leading charity for people with serious mental illness and their carers. Hafal is a membership-led organisation which supports over 1,500 people across all 22 local authorities in Wales every day.

Alun is a Registered Nurse and has worked in the NHS, developed a neurological rehabilitation service in the private healthcare sector, and now has led Hafal through to the development of a user-led in-patient facility run by the charity.

 

Ewan Hilton, Chief Executive, GofalEwan_Hilton_-_Chief_Executive.jpg

Gofal provides a wide range of services to people with mental health problems, supporting their independence, recovery, health and wellbeing. The charity also lobbies to improve mental health policy, practice and legislation, as well as campaigning to increase public understanding of mental health and wellbeing.

Ewan has over twenty years' experience of working in the independent sector in Wales. Before joining Gofal, he was Head of Community Services at Swansea Housing Association (now Coastal Housing) and prior to this he held a number of positions in the third sector.

 

Sara Moseley, Director, Mind Cymru and Executive Director of MindMind_Staff-65.jpg

Sara chairs the Wales Alliance for Mental Health, the anti-stigma campaign, Time to Change Wales, and the Government's Mental Health Crisis Care Task and Finish group.

Sara has a background in journalism, communication and public engagement having been Director of Communications for the Welsh Government as well as a large London Health Trust and the young people's homelessness charity, Centrepoint. She is passionate about enabling people's voices and experiences to be heard and shared and about improving access to compassionate and effective services and support.

 

Time to Change Wales Senior Programme Management Team

Lowri Wyn Jones – Time to Change Wales Programme Manager

Lowri manages the day-to-day running of Time to Change Wales and provides overall leadership for the programme in Wales. She leads on high-level relationship management with our funders and stakeholders. Lowri is based at Mind Cymru offices in Cardiff.

Beth Mahoney – Social Marketing Lead

Beth leads on all strategic social marketing and communications for the programme and has overall responsibility for promoting the campaign's brand through campaigns and media interventions. Beth is based at Gofal's head office in Bridgend.

Jules Twells – Engagement Manager (Employers and Young People)

As Engagement lead, Jules manages our work with employers supporting them towards signing the organisation pledge and ongoing support on workplace anti-stigma interventions. Jules also leads on Time to Change Wales' Young People's Programme which was launched in September 2016 managing the relationships with schools and key stakeholders. Jules is based at Mind Cymru offices.

Ian Johnson – Senior Research and Evaluation Officer

Ian leads on all monitoring and evaluation for the programme and holds overall responsibility for ensuring that the correct measures are in place for the effective monitoring of our progress against our strategic programme objectives. Ian is based at the Mind Cymru offices in Cardiff.

Michael Harvey – Training and Development Lead

Michael manages the Time to Change Wales' Champion training and development strand. As well as managing our pool of Champions, Michael manages a team of three coordinators who lead on anti-stigma sessions (talks, workshops etc.) delivered by Champions across Wales. Michael is based at Hafal's Head Office in Llansamlet, Swansea.

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