Janette leads the implementation of the first Social Impact Bond to reduce re-offending.
She has 19 years experience working with vulnerable adults and families facing homelessness and social exclusion. She holds a degree in Housing & Social Work and is a corporate member of the Chartered Institute of Housing. For the last 10 years she has specialised in managing services for offenders, both within a custodial setting and in communities. She has worked within the statutory and voluntary sectors including roles with a Regional Offender Management Office and NOMS National Operations Group. Prior to joining Social Finance Janette led an innovative community project for prison leavers, on behalf of the Ministry of Justice.
Prior to working for St Giles Trust, I was employed for 4 years as a Prison Custody Officer at HMP Peterborough. For the first 2 years I worked on the Male Residence House blocks, before taking on the roles of Housing Officer for Male prisoners, and Male Link Coordinator.
I started working in housing for Peterborough City Council seven years ago and then for Cross Keys Homes when they transferred their stock over to a housing association. I left Cross Keys Homes to start working for St Giles Trust in August and have thoroughly enjoyed the challenge and diversity of working with our clients and being involved at the start of the One Service in Peterborough.
I have a degree in Criminology and Sociology and later completed a masters in Forensic Criminology. I then worked in HMP Peterborough working one to one with the clients. I have been working for SOVA since November 2010 which I very much enjoy. I volunteered for SOVA while studying at university, and in November I began as a Support Officer, and now a Project Manager. I now work closely with the One Service, recruiting and training volunteers to then be matched with the teams case load.
Chris Mackett spent most of his career in the probation service, including over 20 years as a manager in Cambridgeshire. Whilst manager of the Community Service Team, he was involved in the national introduction of Enhanced Community Punishment. From 2005, Chris was temporary Assistant Chief Probation Officer and then Business Development Manager, where work included the development of the Dawn Project for women, co-commissioning alcohol services with NHS Cambridgeshire and inter-agency work, particularly in Peterborough. Chris was also involved in developmental work with the Romanian Ministry of Justice. After taking early retirement at the end of 2009, he worked on a number of short-term contracts, including working with the Safer Peterborough Partnership, back to probation as Assistant Chief and working for the Census Non Compliance Team.
I joined Ormiston to work as part of the ONE Service team, supporting the families of prisoners. Prior to this I worked for the YMCA for four years as a Senior Project Worker with 16-25 year olds that had various issues around re-offending, drugs and alcohol abuse. The main aim of my role was to support young people in resettlement and training programmes and to work closely with their families to help rebuild fragile relationships. My interest in this role stems from my previous experiences and I look forward to achieving more positive outcomes with the team.
David Robinson OBE (Chair) is a community worker, the Founder of Community Links and now Senior Adviser. Community Links work with more than 30,000 people a year through an extensive network of community development projects in East London.
Clare Horn started her career in banking and was the first NatWest female employee to be selected to work in the USA, in the New York Branch. Clare is currently a Magistrate at Lavender Hill where she is a Chair in the Adult Court and also sits at the South Western Youth Court based in Balham.
Peter Kilgarriff is the Chief Executive of the LankellyChase Foundation, an amalgamation of two separate grant-making trusts for whom he has worked for 26 years. Over many years, the Foundation has been very active in strengthening voluntary sector involvement in prisons and in the community.
Clive Martin is Director of Clinks, the national body that supports the work of the voluntary and community-based sector that work with offenders and/or their families. Clinks membership numbers several hundred and includes large national organisations as well as small local providers.
Nat Sloane is a successful entrepreneur, venture capitalist, management consultant and social investor. Nat co-founded Impetus Trust and is a member of the Bridges Social Enterprise Fund investment committee.
Julie Spence OBE is the retired Chief Constable of Cambridgeshire Constabulary. She is currently the President of the British Association for Women in Policing and the ACPO business lead for Citizen Focus.