Directors

Julie Farrow

Julie Farrow

Chairman of HWN, Hunts Forum

Julie Farrow has been the Chief Executive for Hunts Forum for 9 years and has over 35 years experience of working in the not-for-profit sector, bringing expertise on strategic management and partnership working. In 2015 Julie was appointed a Beacon for Change Ambassador for her innovative partnership working and support for small groups. She is highly skilled in project management and community development and represents the sector on a number of joint partnerships across the Eastern Region. Julie has a degree in Health & Community Development and Business Management, has a keen interested in all forms of education and is a governor at Huntingdonshire Regional College.

Susie Willis

Susie Willis

Chief Officer, Care Network Cambridgeshire

I joined Care Network in June 2017, having been a carer for my grand-mother who had Vascular Dementia, there were so many times I felt ‘the system’ let us down and I saw the Chief Officer role as one way that I could prevent others going through a similar experience. My strengths lie in developing and utilising operational processes to meet organisational strategic plans and I love to see a job well done.

I graduated from Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, with a 1st Class Honors Psychology Degree. Previous areas of third sector employment include Head of Operations for Boxing Futures, a charity delivering sport for good, community rehabilitation programmes for young people aged 16-25 years. Herein, I helped the charity develop from just a concept, to becoming operationally live; delivering in London and Peterborough, culminating in winning international funding from the Movember Foundation for the charity to deliver a project to reduce male social isolation and consequently the likelihood of suicidal feelings or attempts to take one’s own life.

Linda Neate

Linda Neate

Pos+ability

Linda Neate is the Chairman and a Trustee of Pos+Ability, a registered Charity, and is also a Director of the Health and Wellbeing Network representing the smaller sized charities. Linda’s background is in business management in the fresh produce industry and brings with her lots of this business experience supporting colleagues in HWN in this important area. A steep learning curve in the third sector and in particular health, Linda has seen Pos+Ability expand substantially since conception late 2011.