Terry Price

Trustee; Business Improvement Working Group Chair

Terry has been involved with Cardiff Third Sector Council for nearly 20 years, and joined the Board of Trustees in 2012.

I am largely retired but retain a consultancy and training business, undertaking the occasional commission.  Prior to moving into consultancy I was, for 14 years, the Wales Director for the Scarman Trust – a major UK community regeneration charity.  In that role I set up a wide range of small scale to large £ multi-million projects in Cardiff, Wales, other parts of the UK and transnationally across Europe. Most of these projects involved a wide range of partners.

I am is a qualified social worker, have a degree in Mathematics, and am a member of the only Fairness Commission in Wales (in Newport) and of the Welsh Government’s Digital Inclusion Programme Board.  I have taken a leading role within Wales in developing the digital inclusion agenda for over 15 years and have sat on numerous boards of organisations including City wide digital schemes, broadband campaign schemes, a local domiciliary care charity, and social enterprises. My experience is in project management related to community development, learning, regeneration and the social economy.

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I am a very experienced facilitator and have been a member of partnerships that have won major European awards for the quality of anti-discrimination training programmes developed.

I see C3SC’s role as the key enabler for developing the third sector within Cardiff – helping and supporting its members to deliver projects and services, and acting as a key conduit between members and statutory services, funders and parts of the private sector.  It is important to keep our members informed of important developments and listen to their views, acting as a facilitator to promote cooperation between members.

C3SC is the key enabler for developing the third sector within Cardiff – helping and supporting our members to deliver projects and services, and acting as an important conduit between members and statutory services, funders and parts of the private sector.

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