Chair since 2015, Pete has been on the Board of Trustees for a number of years (previously as Secretary), and has been involved with HARC since 2007.
Pete’s career spans 30 years in the healthcare sector, most recently in senior management roles. Pete also volunteers for The Sunday Centre and is well known to other similar charities in Sheffield.
A family man, Pete has four daughters, two grandchildren, and is an owner of two lively Alpacas.
Secretary to Trustees
Jo has been HARC Secretary since 2015, on the Board of Trustees since 2011, but involved with HARC as a volunteer since 2009.
Jo currently works in Higher Education where she leads a research and innovation capacity building project as well as being a senior academic.
She has worked as a volunteer with groups and charities supporting pre-school children and elderly people.
Jo is kept busy with her two teenage daughters, and when she gets a chance, loves to potter in her allotment.
Joan has been involved with HARC since 2011, initially as a volunteer with her two grown-up children and as a Trustee since 2014.
Joan is an IT specialist and has been a freelance systems / data analyst and consultant for over 25 years, working mostly in Yorkshire and the Midlands, but further afield too.
A supporter of HARC for many years Jayne has been a HARC Trustee since 2014.
Jayne is currently Training and Development Manager with the Sheffield Safeguarding Children Board, and has worked for 30+ years with vulnerable young people in both the statutory and voluntary sector.
Jayne is all too aware that the challenging and complex issues that many young people face will follow them into adulthood where homelessness and isolation becomes, for many, an almost inevitable reality.
Liz has been in this role since 2012. Her main role is to ensure the smooth day to day running of HARC behind the scenes, including managing the planning of the Project.
As well as working for HARC, Liz is also involved in working for other charities, one of which, Stopgap, provides temporary accommodation for rough sleepers, or those at risk of rough sleeping.
Prior to this, Liz worked as a paralegal in a legal aid law practice.
Treasurer to Trustees
In 2013, Jan started her own company to provide part time financial support to smaller companies. This gave her more time to engage with local charities where financial knowledge is needed.
Jan started volunteering at HARC in 2016 and joined the board in 2017. Her career in finance and accountancy brings the relevant experience to the position.
She also helps other unrelated charities across South Yorkshire. In her spare time Jan likes to read and spend time with her family.
Julie has been a supporter and regular volunteer for HARC since 2007 but recently joined the Committee as a Trustee in 2016. Julie’s background is in secondary school teaching and more recently public health with children and young people.
Julie has two adult children, who still keep her busy, and one grandson. Since she retired 5 years ago she enjoys walking in the Peak District, cycling and tennis, volunteering for other projects, and rustling up a tasty vegetarian meal.