Colin Maclean, Chief Executive

Colin Maclean, Chief Executive

020 8315 1903

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Colin has been the Chief Executive (previously Director) for Community Links Bromley (CLB) since September 2011. His initial priorities were to work with the Trustee Board to help develop a more sustainable future. He has overseen a full review and change programme (‘Shaping the Future through Collaboration’) to establish a new business model and new team, resulting in a successful high-performing organisation. In 2012, CLB won the contract to host the development of Healthwatch Bromley. In 2013, CLB was the first CVS in England to receive the NAVCA Quality Award accreditation. In 2014, CLB secured a 5-year contract with Bromley Council.  

Diane Diamond, Head of Operations and Volunteering

Diane Diamond Head of Operations and Volunteering

020 8315 1930

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Diane leads on the effective management and development of the Volunteer Centre service and on Community Links Bromley operational management issues.

Leah Whittingham, Development Officer: Representation and Advocacy

Leah Whittingham, Development Officer: Representation and Advocacy

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Bromley Community Voices is a Trust for London funded project, with the aim of raising the profile of social issues in the London Borough of Bromley through advocacy and campaigning.

The project has a wide-ranging approach: from a community research programme for residents to an information sharing platform on issues around housing and welfare benefits for voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations.

 

Rosanna Ottewell, Development Officer for Impact and Inequalities

Rosanna Ottewell Development Officer Impact and Equalities

020 8315 1909

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Rosanna joined Community Links Bromley in May 2017 as Development Officer for Impact and Equalities. The role is supported through a grant from the City of London Corporation’s charity, City Bridge Trust. She is developing a programme to help local voluntary organisations improve the way they measure and demonstrate the impact of their work. She’ll be offering training and guidance on measuring impact and engaging people in the community who experience barriers to getting involved. The programme includes opportunities for networking, making use of digital tools for demonstrating impact and there will be tailor-made support for individual organisations to ensure that they get the most out of the programme. If you’re based in the London Borough of Bromley and want to know more, do get in touch with Rosanna.

 

Sue Lee, Office Manager

Sue Lee 020 8315 1902

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Sue joined Community Links Bromley in 2000. She manages the office, as well as providing specific support for events, projects and the work of the Trustees.