Neil Moulden, Chief Executive; Neil manages the organisation and supports key partnerships with agencies such as Local Authorities, the Clinical Commissioning Groups and Waterloo Housing. He also provides development support to Derbyshire Dales CVS members on topics such as governance and business planning.
Shuk-man Woo, Administration and Facilities Manager – responsible for the smooth running of the office and administrative functions of DDCVS.
Shuk joined the Derbyshire Dales CVS in June 2021, a graduate in Hospitality and Business Management and has worked in conference centres, sports stadiums and student accommodation.
She’s supported and worked for charitable organisations such as British Heart Foundation, British Red Cross, Croix Rouge Françiase and Age UK.
Janet Smith, Finance and Facilities Manager, manages the finances, office and administrative functions of Derbyshire Dales CVS.
Janet joined the CVS in April 2004 as the Support Services Officer and in July 2005 took over the responsibilities of the Finances and in 2006 her current post was created. Janet is also responsible for Health & Safety in the office and supervises Work Experience Placements. In June 2009 Janet successfully completed the AAT Accounting Qualification (level 4) and became a member of AAT gaining MAAT status.
Harriet Brown is delivering the Social Prescribing service with Debbie Rushworth, linking individuals with community activities to support their mental and physical health and wellbeing, and working with community groups to identify gaps in service.
Harriet joined Derbyshire Dales CVS in February 2020. Before joining the CVS, Harriet worked for the charity Good Things Foundation, developing digital and social inclusion projects and supporting community centres across the UK to deliver these. This could vary from creating resources to help people understand Universal Credit claims, to working with the UK Petitions Committee to increase voting and political participation in young women.
Sarah Paisley, Development Worker, advises community groups on funding opportunities and other issues.
As well as development work with voluntary and community organisations she co-ordinates the information service provided by Derbyshire Dales CVS, producing the newsletter, managing the website as well as monitoring the development work delivered by the CVS team. Recently she has taken a lead on the General Data Protection Regulations.
Debbie Rushworth is delivering our social prescribing project with Harriet Brown; linking individuals with community activities to support their mental and physical health and wellbeing and working with community groups to identify and fill gaps in services.
Debbie joined the Derbyshire Dales CVS team in January 2020. She has worked with a number of local and national voluntary sector projects including managing the local charity Home-Start High Peak and developing the voluntary sector in our neighbouring district, Staffordshire Moorlands.
Jonathan Simcock is our Development Worker with a focus on Health and Social Care and advises groups on funding opportunities and other issues. Jonathan has held the position of Development Worker with the CVS with responsibility for work relating to Health and Social Care issues since joining the organisation on 1st August 2008. Jonathan works with many groups, mostly older people’s groups and groups with a health focus.