Martin - Chairman
Martin has been a supporter of CCA since 2000, a trustee since 2010, and the chairman since 2013.
He is married with three children and lives in Caversham. Martin is a member of Greyfriars Church where he co-leads a group of home groups with his wife.
When he's not occupied with family, church or CCA, Martin runs a medical education business, and has recently been involved with academic research projects at Oxford and Buckingham Universities. Martin hopes that his commercial experience will help to contribute to the growth and development of CCA.
Vic - Trustee
Vic has recently retired as the Chief Executive of Reading YMCA, and has been a trustee of CCA since early 2015. He brings a wealth of experience from many years' involvement in the community, and working in partnership with statutory, voluntary and community sectors.
Among his community interests he is a member of the Reading Voluntary Sector Forum Committee, Chairman of RCVYS, and an RBC/PCT Compact Representative. He has a passionate commitment to seeing people's lives restored whatever background.
Clare - Trustee
Clare became a trustee of CCA in 2014. She lives in Caversham with her husband of over 25 years, and their three children. Clare has been a member of Greyfriars church since 2000 and writes a regular column for the church newsletter Greyfriars and New Hope News.
Weekdays nine-to-five Clare and her husband run a specialists legal PR consultancy in Covent Garden London, advising lawyers and barristers all over the UK and overseas on their media and wider communication issues. She hopes her entrepreneurial and communications skills will help CCA with its ambitious plans for the future.
Penny - Trustee
Penny grew up in Caversham, became a Christian whilst at Durham University, and after returning to Reading worshipped at Greyfriars, Penny remembers CCA in its infancy and she has been a supporter for many years. She has been a volunteer in the Whitley CCA shop and became a trustee in 2015.
Penny was ordained in 2012 and is now the Associate Minister at St John the Baptist, Caversham.