Sue Grigg
Chairperson
Cllr Mrs Susan Grigg was elected as the Borough Member for Loose in May 2011 and, after working with the organisation on behalf of a resident, applied to become a Trustee of MMK Mind in the same year. Sue acts as a point of contact between the association and local authority and is proud to be part of the valuable support offered to service users.
James Woods
Vice Chairperson
Mr James Woods is a solicitor with a local firm in Maidstone, Whitehead Monckton, and specialises in dispute resolution within the charity sector. Through being interested in the local community James heard about the great work the organisation was doing and wanted to support the charity and it’s staff. James joined our board of trustees in 2014.
Hazel Webb
Treasurer
Hazel has been the Management Accountant at a local firm for more than 30 years. With experience in preparing budgets, producing financial statements and reports, she brings an important skillset to the team. The opportunity to join MMK Mind’s board of trustees presented itself to Hazel in 2016, and as a keen supporter of the charity, she jumped at the chance. The cause is close to Hazel’s heart and she’s delighted to be able to help the charity and the incredible work it does within the community.
Tim Arnold
Secretary
Chairman Tim Arnold has been a trustee of MMK Mind since 2007. With an extensive career background in social work, since retiring from Kent County Council Tim now works for the Open University tutoring social work courses: Challenging Ideas in Mental Health, Social Work and Law and Critical Social Work Practice. Tim also continues to work as an independent practice teacher working with social work students.
Neil Sinclair
Trustee
Dr Neil Sinclair is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist who qualified in Perth, Western Australia in 1982. He has worked in the UK since 1996 for both the NHS and private sector, and now runs a Psychology Consultancy (Sinclair-Strong Consultants). Neil has worked for nearly 40 years with people with learning disabilities, autism or mental health issues, and brings a broad range of clinical and managerial experience in both community and hospital settings. He has experience as a researcher, having completed his PhD at the University of Kent at Canterbury in 2010.
Richard Harvey
Trustee
Richard Harvey has been in public relations and journalism for his entire career. Since selling his UK Top 150 agency in 2002, Richard has continued to provide senior level media consultancy advice, as well as chairing the centenary committee for The Caldecott Foundation, which raised almost £1 million to provide its young residents with an occupational training centre.