Our Trustees & Policies
Linda has worked in public services in London and Brighton & Hove for over 50 years; key roles included managing housing and community care services for homeless people and as Head of Community Safety. She also helped establish a successful self-build housing charity (Walter Segal Self Build Trust) which brought land, skills and resources to many in housing need. As the Head of Community Safety, she worked alongside many criminal justice and other statutory and third sector organisation, creating an effective partnership which aimed to prevent and reduce all crime types, offending and reoffending and including violence against women and girls, and safeguarding children and young people against radicalisation and exploitation. She was also responsible for the resettlement of refugees and asylum seekers. She now runs a Network of International Women, is a Trustee of the Women’s Centre in the city and supports the local City of Sanctuary organisation.
Liz has had a career in education and was Headteacher of a Brighton secondary school for sixteen years. She was also a Consultant Leader for the National College of School Leadership and a Consultant Headteacher/National Challenge Adviser in East and West Sussex, specialising in leadership, management and organisational change. She was actively involved in teacher and leadership training at the University of Sussex where she was a Visiting Research Fellow and chaired the Sussex Consortium for Teacher Education and Research.
Discovering BTTC as a Kemptown resident, and finding she shared its values, passion for innovation and sense of community, she became a volunteer in a May 2019.
A Chartered Accountant with a varied experience of finance. Trained in the Audit Profession and moved post qualification into the not-for-profit sector, focused on back office finance and systems development to improve and enhance the provision of finance information to finance and non-finance staff. Works well in a team and independently. Excellent project management skills and good at evaluation, information analysis and report writing. A keen sportsperson.
Caleb is a documentary filmmaker who has lived in Brighton his entire life. He first came to the BTTC in 2016, with ambitions to make a film about the club, and hasn’t left since. What most appeals to Caleb about the club is the unique way intergenerational relationships are formed across the table. And, when not holding a camera, you will likely find him with a bat in hand.
Brighton Table Tennis Club Policies
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