Jaine Stannard – Chief Executive
Working with the Board of Trustees and others in the management team, Jaine is instrumental in developing strategies to reach more children and young people, thereby ensuring that they have the support they need to thrive and achieve; and along the way, responding effectively to changing demands and other external factors. She is passionate about the work of SHS, having seen first hand the impact and positive change our work has on young lives. Jaine has over thirty years experience of managing early intervention and community health services.
Maggie Mitchell – Head of Family Intervention
Maggie is responsible for managing all of School-Home Support’s family intervention services, ensuring professional standards and outcomes are the best they can possibly be. Maggie has been working in services for children and families for over fifteen years.
Catrin Doe – Head of Operations and Training
Cat is responsible for shaping, implementing and strengthening the organisation’s processes and infrastructure to support SHS’s growth into a national charity. With over twenty years experience in training and operations delivery and management, Cat is passionate about driving forward professional standards so that SHS’s expertise benefits families nationally.
Karen McKane – Senior Partnerships Manager
Karen is responsible for School-Home Support’s trust and foundation funders, both making applications and reporting back on grants received. With over twenty years experience in the charity sector, Karen started her working life as a teacher – so has a real heart for the support School-Home Support provides to children, young people and their families.
Emma Mortoo – Senior Partnerships Manager
Emma is School-Home Support’s lead on building and maintaining corporate partnerships. She has been working in the charity sector for over twenty years and in her spare time, volunteers for a local charity supporting vulnerable women through pregnancy. Emma previously worked for the international development charity, AfriKids, and The School for Social Entrepreneurs.