Will Lindesay DL
Chief Executive 
Karen Hall
Head of Projects and Development
Ukraine Integration
Rebecca Seignior
Ayla Gibson
Alla Savchenko
Project Co-ordinators
Inna Protsiuk & Anzhelika Bychkova
Link Workers
Community Team
Nikki Deacon Engagement & Volunteering Lead
Lisa Martindale
Community Support 
Community Transport
Linda Jones
Community Transport Coordinator
Tracie Arrowsmith
Community Wheels Transport Administrator
Supported Volunteering
Mandy Furniss
Project Lead


Lynda Wilcox is Chairman of HVOSS, having commenced her voluntary roles in  Herefordshire as a trustee of South Herefordshire Voluntary Action which she encouraged to merge with three other local voluntary bodies to form  Herefordshire Voluntary Action (HVA) and then, as HVA Chairman, played an active part in the merger of HVA with the former youth charity HCVYS and the Alliance, to form HVOSS on 1st May 2012.  As Chief  Executive of Herefordshire Association of Local Councils since its  inception in 2000, Lynda advises parish and town councils across the  county and ensures their views are heard at local, regional and national  levels, currently representing the National Association of Local  Councils at the Cabinet Office Communities Prepared Group and being a  government champion of neighbourhood development plans. She has always  promoted strong links between parish councils and the voluntary sector,  believing that together they hold the key to the future sustainability of grassroots decision-making within our county of Herefordshire.
Marion Campbell is  currently a partner in the Apple Store Gallery in Hereford. Previously  she was Manager of the Ledbury Youth and prior to this she was Project  Development Manager at Ross Creative Learning Centre. Marion has also  undertaken a variety of roles within the education sector including adult and community learning/education, lecturing, project management and training. Marion leads trustee involvement on Talent March.
Judith Faux brings  particular expertise in health and social care, commissioning, planning  and service development, project and change management, governance,  partnership working, and engagement and involvement gained from a  lifetime career in the NHS and the voluntary sector. She is also  treasurer for a voluntary organisation and currently involved as a  volunteer member of the project team for a major project to restore and augment the bells and undertake improvements to the tower at her local  church. This includes responsibility for budgeting, funding applications  and project management.
Richard Kelly has  lived in North Herefordshire for 19 years and is also a Director of  Healthwatch Herefordshire, where he is focussed on monitoring and  supporting the development of mental health and dementia services in  Herefordshire. Up until 2017 Richard was chief executive of a large local charity and has worked in the voluntary and community sector locally since 2001.Richard represents Dilwyn Support Group on the hvoss Board.
Richard has a background and wide  experience of managing service delivery within the private sector.  He  qualified with a Ba (Hons) Business Studies (1974) and spent seven years  in international banking in the Isle of Man, West Indies and Central  America.  His subsequent career includes experience in marketing,  management consultancy and commercial management during a total of twenty-one years of working in and around the IT industry.  He holds an  MBA from the University of Lancaster (1980)
Suzanne Penny – Since  joining hvoss about 6 years ago as an Individual Member, I have enjoyed  learning about the organisation and its vital role in the community.  I  am proud to be part of this and have found being a trustee interesting  and rewarding.  I am current chair of the HR sub-committee which gives  me the opportunity to contribute to the organisation and support hvoss’  excellent work.
My professional career has  centred on Human Resources in industry, the non-statutory sector and as  an NHS HR Director in England and Wales. I have also been a Health  Director in Lesotho.
After leaving a full-time  career I have found it great to be able to bring my varied experience,   which includes the voluntary sector in England and Wales, to the hvoss  Board.  I am keen that hvoss is a good employer, whilst being a leading  influencer and direct provider of community projects.
Anne Robinson Inididual member. worked  as a teacher for 20 years. She has 40 years experience of working with  young people in a variety of Girlguiding roles and is currently  responsible within Girlguiding for mentoring and supporting new leaders  in the county. Anne is a champion for young people wanting to develop  and take on leadership within local organisations.