Meet the Board

Mosscare St Vincent’s is governed by a Board of Management, made up of customers, local people and professionals.  

Each board member can serve on a Board or Committee for up to 9 years.  We reimburse Board and Committee members with expenses.

Jan TaskerJan Tasker
Board Chair

Jan is a qualified building surveyor having extensive experience working across the public, private and voluntary housing sectors. She works as a Consultant Housing Practitioner providing services, advice and guidance to all sector housing providers and developers relating to suitability, condition and requirements of existing and proposed housing schemes. Jan is also a founding Director of Collaborative Women UK CIC working to help marginalised women along the pathway from crisis to independence.

Jon LordJon Lord
Vice Chair and Chair of Transformation Committee

After working as a Funeral Director, Jon made the leap into housing in 1987 and gained his wealth of experience in a wide variety of roles. He became Chief Housing Officer in Bolton Council in 2001 and was the Chair of the Greater Manchester Consortium for refugees and asylum seekers from then until 2013. He was awarded an OBE in 2007 for services to housing. In April 2010, Jon became Chief Executive of Bolton at Home and led the organisation in the transition from ALMO to Registered Housing and Regeneration Company. He is the current Chair of the Greater Manchester Housing Chief Executives Group.

Richard MorrisRichard Morris
Board Member and Chair of Audit and Risk Committee

The Deputy Principal of Finance & Corporate Services at Myerscough College and a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.  Richard joined the Audit Committee of St Vincent's in April 2015 and became a full Board Member in May 2016. Richard has experience in numerous business sectors including public practice, construction, leadership roles for over 22 years in social housing sector and currently Deputy Principal in Further Education.

Martin McNallyMartin McNally
Board Member and Chair of Neighbourhood and Wellbeing Committee

For the last 6 years, Martin has been working as a lecturer in housing and regeneration in the Department of Geography and Development Studies at the University of Chester. During this time he has been working closely with a group of Housing Associations in the Northwest to develop learning programmes in housing law and supported housing mainly for frontline housing professionals. He also teaches on other under graduate and post graduate courses, the broad focus of which is urban regeneration. Prior to this he worked as a manager in community development in areas of Greater Manchester and Merseyside. Martin has the role of board member portfolio holder for asset management. 

Grace McCorkle Grace McCorkle
Board Member and Vice Chair of Neighbourhood and Wellbeing Committee

Grace has over 20 years experience in housing across local government, not for profit and commercial organisations. She has developed a specialism in housing management, supported services and community development. Grace has spent time focusing on housing for young people and is also a founding Director of Collaborative Women UK and is public contributor on the executive of NIHR Manchester Clinical Research Facility, (part of Manchester University NHS Trust). She is a staunch advocate and campaigner for gender equality, women’s rights and education and economic advancement for young people.

Anna BeaumontAnna Beaumont
Board Member

Anna is CEO at gunnercooke LLP, one of the UK’s fastest growing challenger law firms with 170 plus partners aiming to challenge, improve and evolve the way that legal services are delivered. Anna won Corporate Leader of the Year at The English Women’s Awards (North) 2018 and is a member of Insider 2017 Northwest 42 under 42. Previously a corporate partner Anna has advised on numerous M&A; and private equity transactions, in addition to gaining extensive industry experience at £1.2 billion turnover Enterprise plc (now Amey). Anna provides support on legal and management/leadership issues, corporate governance, strategic focus, integration and is passionate about delivering brilliant client service and workplace culture.

Nick Cole Nick Cole
Board Member

Nick is the Head of Research at Manchester City Council (MCC). He has fifteen years professional experience working in regeneration and public policy across the UK. Nick is responsible for the analytic application of the strategic economic and residential evidence base in the city. Current projects include developing residential investment and growth strategies across a variety of tenures in the city. Prior to MCC, Nick worked for Drivers Jonas LLP (now Deloitte Real Estate). He started his career in the Public Affairs team at the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), where he worked on the monthly RICS Residential Market Survey. Nick has appeared on BBC News and has contributed to various articles in the property and regeneration press. When not watching Newcastle United, Nick is a chess enthusiast; fisherman and a very busy dad.

Tracy NeilTracy Neil
Board Member

Tracy has been a volunteer for the Citizens Advice Bureau, worked with disabled people and carers, and been a supported lodgings carer for vulnerable, homeless young people. She is currently developing her business making hand-made cards for ‘minority communities’. She has a BSc Hons in Microbiology and an MA in Women’s Studies.  She is an MSV tenant and Tenant Panel member and has served since July 2013.

Jason SaenzJason Saenz
Board Member

Jason has 10 years’ experience in customer service, management, sales and delivering training programmes within the corporate sector.  Currently Jason is the owner and developer of a bicycle sales and repair business in Marple and is an MSV tenant.

Paul Seymour Paul Seymour
Board Member

Paul graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University in 1991 with a BA Hons in Humanities, worked for HM Revenue and Customs for a couple of years and then pursued a career in housing by completing a Post Graduate diploma in Housing Studies at Salford University. Paul has spent over 20 years working for a Northwest based housing provider as well as previously being vice chair of the board at Northwards Housing for a number of years and now works in the devolved world of Social Housing in North Wales at Pennaf Housing Group working with staff, residents and tenants, key partners and the Welsh Government to address health and housing inequalities. As Executive Director of Resident Services , Paul has overall responsibility for services for General needs Housing, Extra Care and older persons housing, Care &; Nursing Homes, Supported Housing including hostels, foyers and night shelters addressing rough sleeping and believes passionately about the difference providers can make by working with communities and residents to address housing need. Paul lives locally in Stockport and enjoys spending time with his family and following his favourite football team.