Our Trustees

We have an active trustee board who meet bi-monthly for trustee meetings and all trustees also contribute to sub-committee groups, which meet in the alternating months. Our trustees are enthusiastic and highly committed to the children we support; our meetings are lively and interesting, each trustee bringing their own expertise from many differing backgrounds.
 
Pat Cadey, Chair
Pat has been our Chair since 2013 and brings a wealth of experience as a former State Registered Nurse, nanny, foster parent, child minder, and as a parent to six children! She has 15 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren yet still finds time to devote much energy and enthusiasm to her role at Time2Share! Pat has direct experience of the challenges of having a child with a disability as her granddaughter Ruby has Angelmans syndrome.  Her family have received the support of a Time2Share befriender which has helped them in providing a variety of care and support for Ruby.  Pat is responsible for overseeing the general running of the charity, supporting our CEO and staff team, raising our profile in the community and keeping trustees informed of issues and developments in the charity. 
 
 
Eric Broussine, Vice Chair
Eric was a senior lecturer in learning disabilities nursing at the University of the West of England for over 20 years and has been a learning disabilities and mental health nurse for over 35 years.  He has a wealth of experience both nationally and internationally with people with learning disabilities and mental health needs.  Eric joined the board of trustees in 2010 and became Vice Chair in 2016.  His principle responsibilities are centred on staff training and development and he currently leads the Strategic Planning Sub-Committee where he has contributed significantly to the culture and practice of the organisation.  
 
 
Judy Carter

Judy first joined Time2Share as a befriender and has supported a family and their young son since 2011. Judy became a trustee in 2012 and is currently our Reporting Officer, performing a pastoral role with the staff team and supporting the board with any serious incidents.  Judy enjoys getting stuck in and has helped with numerous fundraising activities and events.  She also supports Ruth in the running of the Safeguarding, Health & Safety Sub-Committee.  

 
 
Ruth Butcher
Ruth is a registered general nurse and a registered sick children’s nurse.  She works at a local children’s charity, Jessie May.  Ruth joined 
Time2Share in 1999 as a befriender. Her second befriending link, which began in 2002 continued until the young man moved to Wales last year when he was 22! He became part of Ruth’s family, with him and her children growing up alongside each other.  Ruth became a Time2Share trustee in 2006 and during that time has learnt a lot about the role and how a charity works.  She brings to trustee meetings her knowledge of being an employee of a charity and she is the trustee with responsibility for safeguarding.  Ruth currently heads up the Safeguarding, Health & Safety Sub-Committee.
 
 
Glenn Lobb

Glenn joined the board of trustees in Febuary 2017. He brings a wealth of experience around disability, both personally and professionally and a senior level. Glenn has extensive experience in setting up and managing Children's Homes and a wide range of community based services for disabled children in the Devon area, where he lives.

 

 
 
Daisy Pratt

Daisy is an experienced communications manager with over six years’ experience in a fully integrated agency. With a strong skillset covering both PR and social media, as well as an understanding of wider digital and marketing channels, her work to date covers both strategic consultancy and creative activation. Daisy has seen first-hand the difference Time2Share has made to her younger sister, who has learning difficulties and struggles to socialise with peers and was motivated to give something back.