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  About us > Our trustees    
     
  Our trustees    
       
 

Clive Wolfendale
Chair
Since September 2009 Clive has been Chief Executive of CAIS —a registered charity and leading voluntary sector provider of personal support services in Wales, which helps people who are affected by drugs, alcohol and other life challenges such as mental health, personal development and employment. CAIS is also very active in the field of social enterprise. In addition, Clive is Chair of CAIS’ wholly-owned subsidiaries The Living Room Cardiff, CAIS Social Enterprises Ltd, and The Jigsaw Organisation Ltd.

Previously, he was Deputy Chief Constable of North Wales Police, having transferred from the Greater Manchester Police where he had served for twenty six years.

Clive is Company Secretary of the DACW (Drug & Alcohol Charities Wales) consortium, and a trustee and treasurer of the Nant Gwrtheyrn Welsh Language and Cultural Centre. He is a member of the Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations, and of the Association of Chief Police Officers. Clive is also the musical director of the Llandudno Town Band and Swing Band, and Vice President of the Llangollen International Eisteddfod committee.

A graduate of Manchester Business School and Cambridge University, Clive is now firmly established within public life in Wales.

 

Clive Wolfendale


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  Denzil I John
Un o blant Sir Benfro yw Denzil John, er iddo dreulio dros deugain mlynedd yn byw yng Nghaerffili gyda’i briod Sian, ers gadael y brifysgol ym Mangor. Pontiodd yr enwadau fel un o’r gweinidogion cyntaf i’w alw yn weinidog bro, gan wasanaethu mewn eglwysi Bedyddiedig ac Annibynnol yng Nghaerffili.  Symudodd i’r Tabernacl, Caerdydd yn 1991, ac ar hyd ei weinidogaeth bu’n ymwneud â phrosiectau cyd-enwadol yng Nghymru. Cafodd gyfle i wasanaethu ar nifer o bwyllgorau a gweithgorau gydag Undeb Bedyddwyr Cymru, ac hefyd gyda CYTUN. Ei brif ddiddordeb oedd gyda gweithgorau Dinasyddiaeth Gristnogol ac yn arbennig gyda heddwch a datblygiadau dyngarol.  Bu ar bwyllgor cenedlaethol Cymorth Cristnogol ers canol y saithdegau, a threuliodd ddau dymor fel Ymddiriedolwr Cymorth Cristnogol ym Mhrydain am wyth mlynedd. Cynrychiolodd Cymorth Cristnogol fel ymwelydd ar ddwy daith, y naill i Nicaragua a’r llall i Zambia a De’r Affrig fel modd hyrwyddo apeliadau enwadol ymysg y Bedyddwyr yng Nghymru. Bu am gyfnod tebyg yn lywydraethwr Ysgol Gyfun Cwm Rhymni lle roedd ei blant Luned ac Aled yn ddisgyblion.  Am 17 mlynedd bu yn olygydd y papur bro, ac mae’n dal i fod yn rhan o dim golygyddol Seren Cymru, wythnosolyn y Bedyddwyr yng Nghymru.  Gwasanaethodd Coleg y Bedyddwyr Caerdydd mewn gwahanol swyddogaethau, ac ar hyn o bryd mae yn ei ail dymor fel ymddiriedolwr.  Gwahoddwyd ef i fod yn ymddiriedolwr Cyngor Alcohol a Chyffuriau yn y 1990au a buan y daeth yn gadeirydd.  Pan sefydlwyd yr Ystafell Fyw, gwasanaethodd fel cadeirydd i’r corff hwnnw, nes i’r gweithgarwch gael ei drosglwyddo i CAIS.



 

Denzil I John


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  Jenny Rathbone AM
Jenny Rathbone was born in Liverpool and now lives in Llanedeyrn in Cardiff. She has two children.

Professional background
Jenny worked for 20 years in current affairs television, including roles as a researcher and reporter for Granada’s World in Action, producer of the BBC’s Money Programme, and some time working on Women’s Hour on BBC Radio 4.

Jenny chaired Independent Review Panels of complaints for the NHS in London from 1996 to 2003.

From 2002 to 2007, Jenny was programme manager of an award-winning Sure Start programme in north London and set up two children’s centres, including a national pathfinder ante natal service offering parenting classes and breastfeeding support working alongside midwife-led clinics.

Jenny served as the lay representative on the Professional Executive Committee of Islington Primary Care Trust, working with doctors, nurses and allied health professionals to improve primary care between 2002 and 2006.

Political history
Jenny has a strong interest in children’s welfare and education and is chair of a charity.

As a councillor in the London Borough of Islington 1998-2002, she focused on health, social services and education. She chaired a Camden and Islington Health Action Zone partnership board which piloted innovative projects in mental health, combating female genital mutilation, and fast-forwarding the training up of refugee doctors and nurses to be able to take up NHS posts.

This led to early appointments of a joint funded Public Health Director working across health and local authority, and the co-location of adult health and social service personnel.

Jenny is a school governor for Llanedeyrn High School and Ysgol y Berllan Deg.

Affiliations
Jenny is a member of Unite, the Co-operative Party and the Socialist Health Association and is on the National Executive of the Fabian Society.



 

Jenny Rathbone AM


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  Lynn Bennoch



 

 


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  Dr Dai Lloyd

 


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  Dr. Carys Moseley
Dr Carys Moseley studied classics and theology at Cambridge University, Oxford University and Edinburgh University. She has taught theology at Edinburgh University and Sarum College, and medieval Latin at Swansea University. She was a British Academy research fellow in Edinburgh. She has published on theology and contemporary and medieval ethics in English and Welsh.



 
Dr Carys Moseley
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  Bryan Smith  


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  Simon Green
After graduating with a degree in history from Birmingham University, Simon spent over 15 years as a professional corporate banker, during which period a number of senior positions were held with major UK financial institutions.

He established his own consultancy business in 1998, concentrating on providing professional training courses for the financial institutions sector which he continues to run. The client base is truly international involving frequent travel to Europe, the Middle East, North and South America, Australasia and occasionally Africa.

A native of Cardiff, he still lives in the City with his wife Geraldine. Formerly a ‘happy hooker’, he is an ardent rugby fan and life-long member of the Old Illtydians RFC.
 

 

Simon Green

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