Updated 29.04.19

- Monmouthshire Housing Association create new specialist role

- New Chief Executive for Cynon Taf Community Housing Group

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Monmouthshire Housing Association create new specialist role

Posted 29.04.19
Monmouthshire Housing Association: Further reading

Monmouthshire Housing Association (MHA) has created a new specialist role to lead on business evolution, with the appointment of Cheryl Tracey as its new Head of Business Evolution.

This specialist role has been created to help shape and deliver new improved ways of working - so that the Association is better positioned to meet future demands and aspirations of both its tenants and stakeholders.

A particular focus for will be maximising use of its technologies, creating greater transparency and introducing more streamlined ways for interacting with the Association.

This is particularly important as MHA provide a range of housing services to a dispersed population across a large geographical area.

Cheryl Tracey is currently MHA's Head of Neighbourhoods and will take up her 18 month role in May 2019. She is a former CIH 'Rising Stars Cymru' award winner and member of the' CIH Future Leaders Group'.


New Chief Executive for Cynon Taf Community Housing Group

Posted 01.04.19
Cynon Taf Community Housing Group: Further reading

Victoria Slade has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of Cynon Taf Community Housing Group.

She is currently Director of Operations at Merthyr Valleys Homes - a position she has held since 2011 - and has been part of the Senior Management Team that delivered Wales' first tenant and staff owned mutual.

Before coming to live and work in Wales, Victoria Slade worked for the Audit Commission in England, and is a voluntary Board member of a local social enterprise.

She succeeds our current Chief Executive Michelle Reid, who will be joining Merthyr Valleys Homes in April.

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