Executive Director of Services
David started working with homeless people as a full time volunteer in 1985. Since then he has worked in a range of both front line and management positions mainly in three London based charities; Single Homeless Project; Housing Services Agency and Broadway. David became a senior manager in 2001. At the Housing Services Agency he was Director of Community Services and then Director of Services. At Broadway he was Head of Outreach and Community Services for five years before becoming Director of Services in January 2007. He also sits on the Board of Circle Care and Support (Centra).
Executive Director of Fundraising and Communications
Throughout her career Rebecca has specialised in working in homelessness, holding positions with St Mungo’s, Crisis and London Borough of Ealing. She was Director of Regional Development at Homeless Link, which represents and supports organisations working with homeless people. Rebecca holds a MSC in Applied Social Science and a Diploma in Social Work. She was Director of External Affairs at Broadway for more than three years.
Executive Director of People and Governance
Helen is managing director of Real People, a social enterprise HR consultancy, as well as being Executive Director of HR for St Mungo’s. Helen has been an HR practitioner since the 1980s, has held senior strategic positions in HR since 1994 and has carried out a wide range of consultancy briefs across sectors. Helen is a former Personnel Today HR Director of the Year and was awarded an MBE in 2008 for her services to homeless people in London. Helen is a member of Inside Housing’s Expert Panel and was featured as HR Magazine’s fourth Most Influential HR Practitioner in 2013.
Executive Director of Strategy and Policy
Dominic joined St Mungo's from Revolving Doors Agency where he has been chief executive for five years. Prior to 2009 Dominic was director of policy, practice and campaigns at Homeless Link and has previously managed a range of frontline homelessness services run by Providence Row Housing Association, Shelter and St Mungo's. At Providence Row he managed the Hackney Road Project, a hostel for men and women with high support needs around mental health, drug and alcohol use. At St Mungo's he had a number of roles including deputy manager of a cold weather shelter, resettlement worker and community support worker. In 2008 Dominic was seconded from Homeless Link to the Department of Communities and Local Government, advising the government on the new national strategy to tackle rough sleeping. He has a special interest in service user involvement and served as a board member and chair of Groundswell. Dominic has recently held a number of advisory positions including representing the Bradley Report Group on the government's Liaison and Diversion Programme Board and is a member of the Health in the Justice System Strategic Clinical Network for London.