Mike Hill: Chair Strategic Planning – Finance and Business I am currently chair person for Redditch Night Stop, I am also a trustee with a number of other charities and chair of a school board of governors. I am a qualified accountant and company administrator and I have had a career in senior posts within the Further Education sector.
Gary Battersby: Secretary Finance Sub Group
Charlotte Shepard: Vice Chair Qualified Data Protection Practitioner with over 10 years experience in the field working in both public and private organisations. Charlotte has been involved with Redditch Nightstop for nearly 10 years.
Briony Fuller: Trustee
Alix Stockwell: Trustee Alix has been involved with vulnerable adults her whole career, having worked in homeless hostels, day centres and prisons. She currently works as a Development Officer for a national charity. She uses her marketing, social media training and strategic skills for Redditch Nighstop with her husband. Alix is married to Tom and has a daughter and a cat.
Tom Stockwell: Trustee Health and Safety. Tom Stockwell - An experienced Facilities Manager and health and safety practitioner with a focus and experience within the heritage business, listed buildings and charitable organisations. Currently working for a local Diocese supporting parishes and the Diocese in the maintenance and management of their listed buildings.
Glyn Johnson: Trustee HR Policies. Glyn Johnson is a Claims Manager within the Insurance industry, as well as a trustee with Redditch Nightstop and chair of a local pre-school. Born and raised in the town, Glyn is passionate about supporting the local area, and in particular the development and growth of young people
Ben Costello: Trustee Ben is an academic at the University of Birmingham with experience working across the Health Services Management Centre, Institute of Applied Health Research, and College of Arts and Law. His current research interests are in mental health (particularly mental health policy and crisis care), applied health research (particularly FGM and public health), and applied ethics. Ben has a growing portfolio of publications and other research engagements. He was an Advisor to the Mental Health Policy Commission, whose final report ‘Investing in a Resilient Generation: Keys to a Mentally Prosperous Nation’ he co-authored, and is actively engaged in work across the voluntary and community sector. Ben was awarded his PhD in 2019 and is a current Fellow of the RSA, HEA, and ILM.