Leading local advice charity, Citizens Advice Exeter, is delighted to announce that Amy Langford, Julia Crockett and Steve Morgan have joined their Board.
Amy is an Associate Solicitor with The Family Law Company. She has over 10 year’s experience in family law. Amy also set up a legal clinic with our colleagues at Citizens Advice Taunton.
Julia started her career with the British Army and then as a Metropolitan Police CID Officer, and with the National Probation Service. She has also worked as a professional trainer in English language skills around the World. Julia is also a volunteer with Refugee Support Devon
Steve has been appointed as our new Treasurer. He is a chartered account with 35 year’s experience in the public and private healthcare sectors in the UK and Europe. Steve is also Treasurer for a number of other local charities.
Amy Langford said: “I have been involved with Citizens Advice for several years supporting their legal clinics. I think it provides a great service and I want to be able to continue my work with them. I share the same values as I want to help the community and play a part in changing things for the better. I value diversity and promote equality and I want to ensure everyone gets the advice and support they need.”
Julia Crockett said: “I hope to contribute my intercultural working and studying experience to the policy making and operations side of Citizens Advice Exeter, as an inclusive and campaigning organisation.”
Steve Morgan said: “I joined the Board of Citizens Advice Exeter in order to help maintain the long-term financial viability of this wonderful charity, and to ensure that sufficient resources are available to achieve its objectives”
Dennis Mardon, Chairman of Citizens Advice Exeter said: “We are absolutely delighted to welcome Amy, Julia and Steve to our Board. When we launched our recruitment campaign we were looking to further strengthen our governance and increase the skills and diversity of the Board. I am delighted that these appointments meet all of these aspirations.”
A photograph (left to right) of Julia, Dennis, and Amy is enclosed for publication.