Our Team

We are pleased to introduce our team.

Val Huxley – CEO and co-founder People against Poverty

After a life changing visit to Romania in 2004 Val left her family and friends back in Kent to support the then fledgling charity. Few would argue that since joining the charity she has been the main stay whilst going through many changes over the years, serving selflessly. Respected by project leaders and loved by hundreds of the children and families within our projects, Val is fired for the charity’s objectives in helping to relieve communities from poverty.   She attends the West Wilts Vineyard Church, Trowbridge.

Bill Huxley -Trustee, co-founder People and founder Business against Poverty

Founder of Business against Poverty, relationship is at the centre of who Bill is. He loves to link businesses and bv006bother communities to the international projects we work with, currently in Romania, Nepal and Haiti. He has an ambition for all those who engage in the fight against injustice and poverty to prosper financially, emotionally and spiritually.

He is a qualified Therapeutic Counsellor and a Member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (MBACP) & Member of the Association of Christian Counsellors (MACC), Person-centred working within an integrated framework specialising in trauma therapy. Bill is also a Certified and Accredited Personal Coach and a Member of the Association of Coaching (MAC.) Bill attends the West Wilts Vineyard Church in Trowbridge.

Alistair Steadman – Finance Manager

Alistair joined People Against Poverty as a volunteer in October 2017. He has a background in I.T. and has helped many charities to select and implement fundraising systems and make the most of new technology.  He joined as a permanent member of the team in January 2019 as Finance Manager.

 Alistair is married with two children and attends St Katharine’s Church in Holt, Wiltshire.

Jill Neighbour –  Office Administrator

Jill is married and has four children and four grandchildren.  
She studied Education at Oxford Brooks University and has a background in special educational needs; however, the majority of Jill’s working life has been within the charity sector, working with adults and young people who have been exploited or marginalised in some way.
Jill attends West Wilts Vineyard Church, Trowbridge

 

 

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