Sarah Darby joins Board of Trustees
We would like to welcome Sarah Darby onto our Board of Trustees.
Sarah Darby is the Wills & Probate Executive at Alsters Kelley Solicitors in Nuneaton and is very much a local person.
Having been born in the town, as well as living and working in Nuneaton all her life, Sarah has always been a real advocate and supporter of the hospice.
Commenting on her trustee appointment, Sarah said, ‘I feel very honoured to have been selected to become a trustee. It is such an amazing charity providing invaluable care and support to patients and their families across Nuneaton and the surrounding areas and I’m looking forward to becoming even more involved and supporting wherever I can.’
Elizabeth Hancock, Chief Executive Office at The Mary Ann Evans Hospice said, ‘At Mary Ann we are delighted to welcome Sarah to our Board of Trustees. Sarah is one of four new trustees who each bring with them a wealth of experience to help us meet our legal and strategic obligations. Sarah has, through Alsters Kelley and personally, supported Mary Ann for several years and I was delighted when she applied to join us on a more formal setting. Mary Ann’s Trustees work with the Leadership team to provide governance and to help ensure we perform as effectively as possible whilst remaining financially secure. I look forward to working with Sarah as her role as a Trustee of the Mary Ann Evans Hospice develops and grows.’
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