Mustard Tree has a committed team of staff but is dependent on incredible volunteers from all walks of life. Below are the members of staff who represent the tip of the Mustard Tree iceberg!
Aileen - Development Manager
Aileen heads up our fundraising and communications here at Mustard Tree. She moved to Manchester from London in June 2016 to run our £4million Big Rebuild campaign. With almost 10 years’ experience in fundraising and marketing in both the voluntary and the private sectors, she is commercially focused, socially conscious, and passionate about social justice.
Nathan - Chief Operating Officer
Nathan joined the team in January 2016. His experience of third sector organisational development makes him an excellent addition to the team. His passion for effective outcomes drives organisational change, his focus however, is on individual transformation which is what he cares most about. He is married with three young children and has recently discovered the delights of national trust membership.
Adrian - Chief Executive Officer
Adrian joined the team in July 2012, bringing with him a wealth of experience in service provision and redesign from the voluntary, health and public sectors. He is a passionate believer in the value of a focused and envisioned team. Adrian is married with three grown up children. He loves climbing mountains and having conversations that do the soul good. Adrian is also involved in local politics; he is an elected member for the Heald Green Ward, Stockport and is also a member of the Stockport Health & Wellbeing Board.
Johnny - Freedom Team Manager
Johnny started working for Mustard Tree in 2010. He was keen to be part of an exciting and dynamic organisation that sees people’s lives transformed. His role enables him to do this in two ways: By helping individuals to work towards their potential; and by linking with other organisations and businesses determined to create opportunities for the marginalised. Johnny is a patient man who loves eating pasta, cycling hills and walking up mountains.