Author: Kenwyn Pierce

Zahara Case Study

In 2011, Zahara (not her real name) was independent, had her own business and was doing well in Ethiopia. In 2011, she underwent an arranged marriage to a man who had been in the UK for 25 years, after three weeks of a relationship. Her new husband decided he wanted her to come to the […]

Our Presidents

Bishop Dr Joe Aldred Bishop Joe joined the Archbishop of Westminster, Cardinal Vincent Nichols and Ms Rachel Lampard in a three-way joint Presidency of the charity in January 2017. Each of the Presidents has extensive knowledge and wisdom in both the church, housing and homelessness sector. Dr Aldred takes up this honorary position in addition […]

Staff

James Luckhoo Equipping Shelters London, Catalyst Worker James joined Housing Justice in September 2018. He was already a member of the Quality Mark Partner team and a regular at shelter forums. Previously, he had worked for two years for Ealing Churches Winter Night Shelter, as Coordinator and then Project Keyworker, supporting guest move on and […]

Kathy Mohan

Kathy Mohan comes to Housing Justice with a strong track record in social​ housing where she has experience of both designing and delivering services. In​ a career spanning 30 years​,​ Kathy has operated at senior levels in a range of​ social housing organisations – and brings a strong personal and professional​ commitment to the issues […]

Peter Walters

Peter Walters is Group Chief Executive of First Wessex Housing Group (FWHG) which he joined in April 2007.  First Wessex Housing Group owns and manages over 20,000 homes, principally in Hampshire.  The organisation’s principal aim is to provide high quality and affordable housing.  Prior to joining FWHG Peter was Chief Executive of English Churches Housing […]

Bishop James Langstaff

The Rt Revd James Langstaff has been Bishop of Rochester since November 2010; he had previously been Suffragan Bishop of Lynn in the Diocese of Norwich since June 2004.  In that role he had oversight of parishes in north and west Norfolk and also led the Diocese’s engagement with social and community concerns.  For the […]

Aidan Dwan

Aidan qualified as a solicitor and worked as a lawyer in the oil and gas industry. After various operational roles he spent the largest part of his career as UK Human Resources Director in a an international oil company. During a brief career change Aidan qualified and spent three years as a primary school teacher […]

Richard Drake

Richard is an active champion of homelessness charities and initiatives, particularly near his home in Bristol. He is a volunteer and trustee there with the Julian Trust, an emergency night shelter for homeless people. He has been involved with them since 2004 and represents them on Bristol’s Shelter Programme Steering Group (part of the Rough […]

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