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Last month, CCHA’s newest Board member was welcomed into the fold.

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Following the departures of Leah Ellis and Clara Danso earlier in the year, Jacqui Osmond has filled one of the resident Board member vacancies.

She is a primary school teacher from South London with a keen interest in tennis, particularly when Andy Murray is playing.

Having been a CCHA resident for nearly 20 years, she knows how important it is for residents to know that their views are considered.

“It’s really important to put residents’ voices forward.

“I am hoping to provide that much needed representation and really look forward to getting as involved as possible.”

With this in mind, we have set up an email address for Jacqui: voice@ccha.biz.  Emails will go directly to Jacqui and Tracy Cullen, our Chief Executive, for any resident to ask questions.

To help get you thinking, here are a few ideas:

  1. As a resident Board member, how will you ensure you gain a true representation from the wider group of residents when addressing issues at Board level?
  2. As a resident for nearly 20 years, what noticeable positive changes have you seen implemented over the years, and what further action would you like to see changed?
  3. How will you ensure residents are kept informed about changes/decisions that are made at Board level?
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