David is the Interim Chief Executive Officer and is responsible for Commsortia’s administration and financial management. He works very closely with the board of trustees, developing the organisation’s long-term strategy, budget and business plan and ensuring it complies with the relevant law and regulations.
Dion supports and project manages Commsortia and the development of partnerships in the sector to aid bid/tender proposals and then supports and project manages the service development through to submission. His emphasis is on targeting sizable funding opportunities both local regional, national and European, and to maximise opportunities around partnership delivery as well as increasing Commsortia membership.
Bronagh Sullivan Hawkin
Contracts monitoring officer
Bronagh’s main role is to ensure that high quality services are provided under contracts held by Commsortia, and that effective contract monitoring information and administrative systems are maintained. Her key responsibilities are to work with contracted providers to record contract monitoring activities and to lead the development of Commsortia’s monitoring processes and systems.
Bronagh is also heavily involved in the implementation of the OCTIGO system under the Social Wellbeing programme and works very closely with the Programme Manager to ensure value for money is achieved, as well as making sure that a range of services are made available to meet identified needs.
Social Wellbeing programme manager
Holly manages the Social Wellbeing Contract to deliver the social wellbeing service for First for Wellbeing. As well as supporting the Commsortia supply chain in delivering social wellbeing services she also leads on the implementation of the vision, strategy and planning of the programme.
Holly is also responsible for supporting the transition and contract implementation process, including oversees the monitoring of demand, client satisfaction and implementing the re-profiling of services.
BBO Project Coordinator
Rebecca joined the Commsortia team as Project Coordinator for the Building Better Opportunities ‘Working Progress’ Project. She has been working in the Voluntary and Community Sector in Milton Keynes for the past 4 years before moving to Northamptonshire to join Commsortia.
Rebecca is the first point of contact for the Working Progress Project and will be liaising between delivery organisations, the University of Northampton, some beneficiaries and other Commsortia stakeholders.