Daniel Williams, Executive Director
Bringing over twenty years of voluntary sector management experience from across a number of community based health and social care organisations Mr Williams has taken the role of Executive Director having volunteered for the charity for a number of years.
Mr Williams has held senior roles across a number of Norfolk charities, most notably serving nine years as Chief Executive of Big C, Norfolk’s cancer charity. With a background in the development and management of social housing Mr Williams also spent six years with the Prince’s Trust, managing their operations across Norfolk.
Jane Bishop, Central Services Manager
Jane has had a varied career including working in the media, marketing and adult learning. As manager of front line services, she aims to help achieve the trustees’ vision to sustain and develop ADCTs remarkable work for the future. She enjoys the variety her role involves, especially meeting and working with so many different people. Jane is also a volunteer for a local dog rescue.
Jess Holland, Corporate Services Manager
Jess Holland worked for Coca-Cola Company (10 years) in the Philippines prior to a successful teaching career (10 years). She worked in Dubai for 5 years in HR before coming to the UK. She has worked in several care homes and supported living as carer-support worker with people with learning disabilities and the elderly.
Alison Wright, Corporate Services Co-ordinator
Before joining ACT in 2016, Alison had worked for many years supporting learning in the classroom at Bure Valley School. She was also an Adult Education Tutor, helping to develop the role of Teaching Assistants.
Hayley Browne, Dementia Services Co-ordinator
Hayley has a wide experience of supporting people especially those affected by Dementia.
Rees Coghlan MBE
Rees is the founder of ACT and has recently retired as Chairman. He is a retired community pharmacist and is a member of Worstead Baptist Church.
Jenny Manser (Chairman)
Jenny is a former Director of Anglia Housing Group. She lives in Aylsham and works from home as a consultant to charitable and social enterprises.
Edward is the former head of Provider Services for Norfolk Social Services. He is now an established healthcare and social care consultant.
Ray Horne comes from a career background in Special Educational Needs and former head of Bushey Place School. He is founder and chairperson of Aylsham Blind club, and has a life-long commitment in local Methodism and other denominational church work
Rev Patrick Coghlan
Patrick is the Minister of Worstead Baptist Church, Meeting Hill. He and his wife and children live in Aylsham.
Eileen has lived in Aylsham for over forty years. Before retiring I worked within the health service and for the local veterinary practice. I have been a Town Councillor for many years.
Helen worked in Health and Social care for 40 years.She specialised in working with the elderly and adults with learning difficulties, with both physical and mental health problems.
Before retiring in 2015, Vanessa was a member of the Senior Leadership Team at Aylsham High School. Vanessa was also a National Lead Practitioner with the Specialist Schools and Academies Trust for a number of years, working with schools across the UK, to promote community engagement with schools.