We are excited to announce the appointment of a new trustee to our Board, taking the total number to 9. Following a rigorous application, interview and selection process, marketing consultant Jayne Kennedy has joined the team. 

Jayne has over 20 years’ experience in marketing across multiple sizes and sectors of business, from SME’s and start-ups to large national organisations, both not-for-profit and profit-making. She has long been associated with Stick ‘n’ Step as a corporate supporter.

Amy Couture, Chief Executive of Stick ‘n’ Step, says, “Jayne has an intrinsic understanding of our work through her many years of supporting us. She will bring further energy and expertise to the Board, and we are delighted to welcome her.”

Jayne Kennedy commented, “I first came across Stick ‘n’ Step many years ago and have always found the charity’s work with children with cerebral palsy to be really inspirational. Every team member is so committed to their goal of helping each child and young person achieve their own potential. It’s a wonderful organisation and I am proud to be part of it.”

Welcome Jayne! 


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