Dave Gill

Trustee

My name is David Gill and was appointed to the C3SC Board in March 2019.

I’m currently retired from paid employment and engaged in various voluntary roles.

My professional background included senior posts in education including, Secondary, Adult, Community and Further Education. Also involvement in international projects linked to vocational and higher education.

My qualifications include an MBA, Cert. Ed and post graduate qualification in Leadership and Management. I have planned, directed and managed multimillion pound vocational training projects for overseas clients and involvement in several oversea projects. During my time in Adult and FE in Telford, I developed a significant community based learning curriculum involving thousands of students, many of whom resided in areas with multiple indicators of deprivation.

Over 43 years in my spare time, I have worked in the Telford voluntary sector. I have chaired boards of several successful charities including Park Lane Centre, Mediation Works, Community Health Enterprise Centre and trustee/director of other charities. I have supported carers and service users of mental health services as Governor Member/Lead Governor of South Staffordshire and Shropshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, and established Telford Mental Health Forum.

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Between 2017-2018, I was made a Freeman of The Borough of Telford & Wrekin Council and received a Lifetime Achievement Award from Telford and Shropshire Care Commissioning Group in recognition of my voluntary contribution to the local community.

My primary objective as a trustee is to use my experience and qualifications to support the rich, varied voluntary sector in Cardiff to grow and be sustainable in delivering services to local residents and causes. If I can get up each day and help just one person improve their life, then it’s been time well spent. Furthermore, I am a firm believer that where people and organisations come together to deliver a shared agenda, the greater chance of success.

If I can get up each day and help just one person improve their life, then it’s been time well spent. Furthermore, I am a firm believer that where people and organisations come together to deliver a shared agenda, the greater chance of success.

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