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Paul McGee, Vice Chair, at a Driving Up Quality feedback event.

We have started the process of merging with mcch, under a new holding company and charity, Partnership Support Group (PSG). Both mcch and Choice Support are subsidiaries of PSG.

PSG is governed by a voluntary Board of Trustees, formed of five Trustees from the former mcch Board, and five from the former Choice Support board. PSG Trustees are also the Trustees for mcch and Choice Support.


Oliver Mills web

Oliver Mills - Chair
Care and improvement advisor

Oliver currently works as a care and improvement advisor to the Local Government Association. He advises councils and health partners on improving outcomes for people using care and support services in South East and South West England. His past roles include social worker, Director of Adult Social Services at Kent County Council, and National Programme Director as part of the Towards Excellence in Adult Social Care programme. 

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Paul McGee - Vice Chair
Retired director of education & leisure, company director

Paul started as a teacher and moved on to become chief inspector in Croydon before 14 years as a chief officer in Bexley, rising to become director of education and leisure.  Paul is founding director of Prospects, a company that provides a wide range of eduction, employment and training services in the UK and internationally. He is currently a Trustee of Autism Wessex and was the first Chair of Governors at the Gloucester Academy which Prospects sponsors.

Collin Mills web

Colin Mills
Accountant and auditor

Colin has been a partner at MHA MacIntyre Hudson, a firm of Chartered Accountants, tax and business advisers, since 2013. This followed the merger of his previous partnership, in which he had been a partner since 1986. Colin has experience in the not for profit sector, providing an advisory role to a significant number of not for profit clients. He is aware of the issues that charities face on a day-to-day basis and works closely with charity clients to help them through the changing economic and regulatory climate. 

Chris Dorey

Chris Dorey
Retired local authority commissioner

Chris retired in 2013 following a 40 year career working in inner London social services departments. For the last 10 years he was a commissioning manager for people with learning disabilities at Southwark. He has a track record of involving service users and their families in decision making when developing or changing services. He is passionate about people with learning disabilities having the right to equal citizenship by living their lives in ways they choose regardless of the level of their disability.

lynda frampton

Lynda Frampton
Parent, healthcare marketing manager

Lynda has spent her professional career at a senior level in teaching, marketing and communications. She became a board member hoping to make a contribution as the parent of someone with complex disabilities. Her daughter has been supported by a 24-hour Choice Support team since 2001. This gives Lynda particular insight into the running of the organisation on a day-to-day basis.

Peter Hasler web

Peter Hasler
Mental health consultant

Peter started his career in the NHS as a mental health nurse. He was Commissioner for Mental Health Secure Services in Kent and was Executive Nurse Director of Nursing and Modernisation at West Kent NHS and Social Care Trust. He now runs his own consultancy providing specialist advice and input into the CQC regulatory inspection and investigation activity to NHS organisations across the country.

Kate Wood web

Kate Wood
Organisational development consultant

Kate is a coach, facilitator and project manager with a background in learning and development, employee engagement strategy, continuous improvement, communications and marketing, in blue chip, non-profit and civil service organisations. She was HR manager at the Royal Bank of Scotland and Vice President Learning and Talent at Barclays. She currently runs her own organisational development consultancy based in Kent and works as a life coach.

Ian Bell cut out for web April 2016

Ian Bell
IT consultant

Ian has had 30 years of experience in business and has created computer systems to streamline office procedures. Ian's online dealing systems are still being used in the city of London today. He has learnt ways in which to run office/business infrastructure in an efficient manner and joined the Board so that Choice Support could benefit from these skills.

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