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The Inspired to Achieve Board

 Michael Stancombe

Chair of The Board

I am passionate about providing people with life changing opportunities and encouraging social mobility. I2a is doing great things and has the ambition to do a lot more.

I am delighted to have the chance to be part of that journey.

Ailsa McGregor

Non Executive Board Member

I am pleased to be working with i2a. I have over 20 years’ experience as a senior HR and project manager. This has primarily been in the education sector including supporting people returning to work.

The work being done by i2a is truly life changing and I am excited to be a part of this.


Helen Lacey

Non Executive Board Member

Running and owning a recruitment agency for over 10 years I feel that I can contribute with understanding small business growth in a competitive market.

 This is such a worthy organisation, what i2a do is inspiring and I am proud to be part of the team.

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Sam Leigh

Executive Director of Service & Transformation for Yarlington Housing

I am delighted to be given the opportunity to work with i2a. Supporting people to secure training, apprentices or a job along side the work that Yarlington do to help them secure a home, makes a perfect partnership in terms of giving people sustainable opportunities within their lives.

One week today and I'll be speaking @CIH_Housing about professionalising housing. We all have such rewarding roles and housing should be recognised as a profession in it's own right. I'll be talking about what @yarlingtonhg does. What do you do? #proudtobeprofessional

One week today and I'll be speaking @CIH_Housing about professionalising housing. We all have such rewarding roles and housing should be recognised as a profession in it's own right. I'll be talking about what @yarlingtonhg does. What do you do? #proudtobeprofessional

Housing Associations like @yarlingtonhg are investing in their tenants through their social enterprise @i2aguidance to not only support people into employment they are addressing in work poverty by supporting a better job and a Career #Employmentsupport

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