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Supporting disabled people to live, work & enjoy life
The challenge of OUR century
As well as running all the day to day aspects of our charity, our Leadership Team also proactively seek out fresh initiatives that help meet the changing needs of disabled people.
Interim Chief Executive, Julia Ashley
Meet our Associate Director of Employment Services, Sara Bradbury
A Member of the Institute of Employability Professionals (MIEP) Sara joined Enham Trust in 2017 but has worked with the charity since 2015 through a delivery partnership, working on a Department for Work and Pensions specialist employability contract.
Sara brings over 20 years’ experience of working in further education and welfare to work sectors, in both private and charitable organisations. Throughout her career, Sara has managed large Education and Skills Funding Agency, Department for Work and Pensions and local authority commissioned contracts. At Enham Trust, Sara has led many tender opportunities, securing and delivering commissioned services from tender through to contract award, mobilisation, and delivery with local authority contracts. Sara and her team are influential in the disability employment arena, currently working with DWP to pilot the Access to Work Plus funding model, influencing and shaping the policy and funding decisions for supporting disabled adults in work. Sara is highly experienced in managing organisations through Ofsted inspections, DWP PAT Inspections and external quality standards such as Merlin and Matrix, in addition to large value funding audits.
Outside of Enham Trust, Sara is Chair of Governors for a Wiltshire primary school and a Trustee of a children’s disability charity
Meet our Director of Income Generation, Nicola Lowry
A member of the Chartered Institute of Fundraising (MCIOF), Nic joined Enham at the end of October as Deputy Director of Income Generation. Approximately six months later after bringing such great energy and expertise, Nic was promoted to Director of Income Generation. She brings 15+ years’ experience of supporting charities and non-profits to deliver on their income generation ambitions, having led several highly successful strategies across a variety of fundraising areas.
Up until 2000, Nic worked in the retail sector. At this point, she made the decision to go to university to study social care, and to take up her first role in the health and social care sector as an area manager for a well-known domiciliary and nursing agency. She’s since worked in the charity sector for a children’s home, and services in homelessness, complex needs, mental distress, and domestic violence and abuse.