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Rosh Milner – Chair of Trustees

Rosh is the Chair of Keychange’s board of trustees. Like all the trustees, she applies her Christian faith to the oversight of the charity’s activities and resources in support of its aim to provide Christian care to vulnerable people. Rosh became a trustee when she worked in a supported housing project in Liverpool and readily agreed to join the Keychange board because she believed in the work passionately and felt her experience could be helpful.

Her strong desire as a trustee is to serve and through the work of Keychange to see lives change for the better; to be God’s hands and feet on this earth!

Rosh has considerable experience as Business Development Executive for Standards and Excellence at YMCA England with a passion for working with vulnerable people of all ages including the homeless, having experience of working in the sector. She has recently established RMQS an organisation helping businesses improve their quality and deliver change. Rosh also has a deep understanding of Charity law, operation and requirements.

Rosh is committed to praying for the work and seeing linkages formed with other agencies, for the benefit of the organisations and the people they serve.

Amongst her hobbies are horse riding, dog training and agility, theatre, walking, cycling and travel especially to Australia and Scotland!

Tim Cotterall - Vice Chair

Tim became a Keychange Charity Trustee in February 2015. He has brought his business skills, developed over many years as a Senior Manager in medium-sized businesses across the North West of England.

Most recently, Tim was a Director of a Library book supply business for over 15 years and prior to this spent over 10 years in the Travel industry in varying IT roles.

Tim is married to Liz, and they have two grown up daughters: Becky and Hannah. The family live in Chorley in Lancashire and worship at St Andrew’s Leyland where Tim is on the Leadership team.

Tim and Liz enjoy their time in the Lake District and get up there whenever they have the opportunity. Tim is also a very bad golfer!

David Goddard (Hon. Treasurer)

David became a trustee in early 2004, during an exercise in which Keychange was taking over a failing Residential Care Home.

His career was spent with Norwich Union (now Aviva), and he qualified as a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries in 1969. His later career was in finance, so is able to bring a lot of experience in working with other finance professionals, monitoring risk, coping with regulation and annual returns. David is the Honorary Treasurer of Keychange Charity.

David is also a trustee of a large independent Christian Residential and Sheltered Accommodation complex in Norfolk and therefore has significant professional experience in the work of caring for older people.

Married with 3 sons (one accountant, one farmer and one actuary in that order!), he enjoys seeing his 5 grandchildren when he can. David also spends his time as an active Lay Leader alongside his wife in their local Anglican Group of 15 village churches, is a school governor and is occasionally seen out on the farm when there are calls for help from his farming son!

Joan Henshaw

Joan joined the Board in July 2016. She has over 25 years’ experience as a management development consultant and business owner helping managers and organisations enhance their effectiveness and improve both performance and employee job satisfaction.

She also has extensive experience as a volunteer for charities supporting the elderly, disabled and people in need. As a committed Christian Joan is particularly interested in exploring how Christian values are demonstrated in the workplace.

Joan lives in London and enjoys travelling, reading, working out at the gym and spending time with her family in (her native) Yorkshire.

Ayub Khan

Biography to follow.

Selina Lau

Selina was appointed as a trustee in July 2018. She is a corporate and commercial solicitor in a boutique law firm based in Central London, and is able to contribute her commercial and legal knowledge to the Board of Keychange.

Selina is involved in her local church and enjoys volunteering every Sunday with a community of children aged between 5 and 11 years old, contributing to the development of a fun and loving environment for children from of all backgrounds, encouraging the next generation to learn, create, foster lifelong friendships and grow into mature well-balanced young teenagers.

In her spare time, Selina enjoys watching movies, travelling around the world and exploring new food hotspots (near and far).

Tim Roberts

Tim joined Keychange Charity as a Trustee early in 2018.  He has just retired after 11 years employed at The Goldsmiths’ Company (one of the old Livery Companies of London – founded in 1327) particularly involved with the charity side of the Company.  This has given much experience with the grant-making of an old established endowment charity, and more recently in the establishment (2007) of a training and education charity based in Clerkenwell to support those in the jewellery and allied trades.  Previous employment has involved 20 years in the paint industry in financial and supply chain posts in both the UK and Germany.

Outside of his day to day job Tim has been involved in the charity sector for some time. This has included being a trustee/treasurer of a charity providing befriending and support to older people; on the finance committee for the local Thames Gateway YMCA in Romford and also assisting small organisations achieve charitable status.

Tim has been married to Hilary for nearly forty years, and they live in Shenfield, Essex close to their two married children Alastair and Charlotte.  Recently their time has been increasingly taken up with their two young grand-daughters.

They are together involved in Sayers Church in Brentwood, which has ambitious plans for rebuilding as they have outgrown their current premises.  

Imogen Taylor

Imogen is a retired nurse, midwife and health visitor and became a trustee of Keychange after she retired from a varied career in the NHS. Imogen feels it is a great privilege to be able to use her knowledge and skills in addition to her Christian faith in her role as a trustee.

Imogen lives in Hythe, Kent with her husband Roger, where they are active members of St Leonard’s Church and where she sings in one of the choirs. They have one daughter and two lovely grandchildren who keep them well occupied!

Their interests include travel, walking, especially with their spaniel, and music.

Roger Taylor

Roger’s working life has been as a consultant Chartered Building Surveyor, and as a Trustee he can bring his professional knowledge and experience to benefit Keychange.

As indicated above, Roger lives with his wife Imogen in coastal Kent, where he is a member of the PCC of St Leonard’s Church in Hythe. They both enjoy singing and are members of Folkestone Choral Society. Their other interests include music of most kinds, travel, and walking, which includes a daily yomp with their spaniel Columbus.

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