Trio of appointments made at Gloucestershire housing association
A Gloucestershire housing association has made a trio of appointments at the top of its business.
Charlotte Marshall, Tim Sharpe, and Sharon Wilkins have joined the Two Rivers Housing Group Board as non-executive directors.
Charlotte has served on the board of the group’s facilities management company, Centigen, since November 2021.
She has extensive experience in real estate and building portfolio management including retrofit work and new developments. She has also led a £500m business within the property and facilities management sector.
Alongside her new role for the Two Rivers Housing Group, she will continue as a non-executive director for Centigen.
Tim Sharpe has also joined the group board as a non-executive director.
As a former managing director of a specialist investment and asset management company, Tim has worked in partnership with public organisations in the health, education, and transport infrastructure sectors for many years.
Tim also sits on the Centigen Board. He will take on the role of chair for Centigen going forward.
Sharon Wilkins, director of homes and communities at Newport City Homes (NCH) has joined the group board as a non-executive director.
This is her first non-executive director role. At NCH, Sharon led the development of the NCH’s Customer Voice Strategy. She also sponsored its digital systems review.
Sharon has lived in the Forest of Dean, a key community for the group, for more than 20 years.
Garry King, chief executive of Two Rivers Housing, said: “We are delighted to welcome Charlotte, Tim, and Sharon to our group board. Between them they bring a wealth of knowledge and experience in key areas of focus for our organisation and will help us deliver on our core purpose.
“Over the last few years, we have seen how important having a warm, safe, affordable, home is to the health and wellbeing of families in our communities. We are committed to providing quality, sustainable homes, providing a great customer experience, and being a local-community focussed organisation, that will continue to provide affordable homes for many years to come.
“Having the right skills, experience, and expertise within our group board to support this is critical to our success. I am sure that our new non-executive directors will play a key part in helping the wider Two Rivers Housing team, as they continue to deliver for our tenants and communities.”