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Community Trust Welcome Two New Trustees

21 May 2018

Oldham Athletic Community Trust are delighted to welcome two new directors to their board of trustees as they welcome Michelle Stansfield and Daniel Inglis.

Michelle Stansfield, currently a HR Director for the Essa Foundation Academies Trust, brings a wealth of HR expertise and will ensure that Oldham Athletic Community Trust are fully up to date and compliant with all policies and procedures.

Daniel Inglis, currently the District Superintendent Oldham GMP, will assist the Community Trust in ensuring the work delivered is as effective as possible with a focus on youth engagement and equality.

Inglis commented: “I am excited to be working with the Trust who are already doing some great work across Oldham. We are striving to make this even better in future.”

Martin Vose, OACT Community Manager, added: “Michelle and Daniel are two fantastic additions to our organisation and compliment the skill set of our current directors. Strong governance is key in order to work strategically to achieve our objectives.

“We (OACT) have worked extremely hard to ensure that we have a board that reflects our core values (professional, dedicated and inclusive) and with a high quality team of staff we are all working hard to ensure that our delivery meets the needs of those within our community across Oldham.”

Oldham Athletic Community Trust Board Of Trustees:

Colin Bridgford - OACT Independent Chair Of Trustees & Manchester FA CEO
Neil Consterdine - Head of Service Public Health, Youth and Leisure
Mark Moisley - Oldham Athletic Chief Executive
Tracy Wood - Royton Hall Headteacher
Graham Shuttleworth - Oldham Council Councillor
Helen Murphy - British Gymnastics Safeguarding Officer North
Daniel Inglis - District Superintendent, Oldham GMP
Michelle Stansfield – HR Director Essa Foundation Academies Trust
Pete Wild - Oldham Athletic Youth Development Phase Coach


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