Meet the trustees
Colin was the chair of the Trustees at Bournemouth CVS from 2000 to 2014.
He spent most of his career at Senior Manager Level in the NHS and as a management consultant.
Hazel has been a trustee at Bournemouth CVS since 2007 and Chair of the Trustees from 2014.
Paul has been a trustee at Bournemouth CVS since 2005 and is Bournemouth CVS treasurer. Paul has worked in financial services for 26-years and is also Chairman of The North Bournemouth Crime Prevention Panel, and a trustee of SEDCAT South East Dorset Community Accessible Transport.
Rev Martin Broad
Martin has been a trustee at Bournemouth CVS since the year 2007. Martin is the Manager of the Bourne Spring Trust. He has served as a trustee on various boards throughout his working life.
Debbie has been a trustee at Bournemouth CVS since 2012. Debbie is the Development Manager for Bournemouth 2026 Trust.
Prof Keith Popple
Keith has been a trustee at Bournemouth CVS since 2002.
Keith is Professor of Social Work at London South Bank University and has many years’ experience in the community development and social work field both in the voluntary and statutory sector and as a practitioner, lecturer, author and researcher.
Sarah has been a trustee at Bournemouth CVS since the year 2014. Sarah is the Volunteer and Recruitment Manager at Diverse Abilities, Dorset's disability charity supporting children and adults with profound physical and learning disabilities across the county.
Sonia has been a trustee at Bournemouth CVS since the year 2015. Sonia is an experienced HR Professional and runs Populo HR, a social enterprise that offers affordable HR support to small charities and social enterprises. Sonia has run a number of HR surgeries for Bournemouth CVS and Poole CVS members over the past few years.
Philip has been a trustee at Bournemouth CVS since the year 2015. Philip is the Chief Executive of Bournemouth Blind Society, an independent local charity that was founded in 1911 to give dignity, hope and encouragment to those whose lives are affected by loss of vision.