Viki Morgan has been working with Rhondda Housing Association for ten years, working within the support team. She tells us what drew her to a career in housing. “I used to work within a public health department of a local authority, and the links to housing always interested me. When I saw a role
James Lundie started working for Taff Housing when he realised he wanted a career where he could help make a difference to communities. “I had been working for a bank for a few years when I realised it just wasn’t for me, and that I wanted to work in a field more in line with
Hannah Davies is Personal Assistant to the Chief Executive of Rhondda Housing Association and loves how varied her role is. “I started working in housing out of pure luck. I had been working in the Civil Service, but I was looking for a fresh start elsewhere. When I saw the position advertised for PA to
Cheryl Tracy is Head of Neighourhoods at Monmouthshire Housing Association, having started out as a Graduate Housing Trainee. “Having studied Social Policy and Criminology at University I took the first job I could get, but throughout the three I spent in that role, I was conscious that it was just a job. I got no
Ceri Anne Evans is customer service advisor at Cardiff Community Housing Association “In 2015 I was a young single mum and a tenant who lived within the local community. It was a difficult time for me, day to day life was hard, finances were tight and I was struggling with depression. CCHA helped me get
Emma Gallo is Neighbourhood Manager for Monmouthsire Housing and joined the housing sector having completed an undergraduate course in Housing Policy and Practice. “I am probably one of the only people I know at MHA who chose housing as a career as a teenager, having studied Housing Policy and Practice as an undergraduate at UWIC.