I’ve worked in fundraising since 2000 when I joined the British Red Cross – staying for 8 ½ years. I followed this with stints at the NSPCC, Stroke Association and I CAN before joining Rainbows, the East Midlands’ Hospice for Children and Young People, in 2015. I am currently Director of Fundraising for global disability charity Leonard Cheshire. I joined the PASIC Board of Trustees as I wanted to help a local charity with their fundraising. I live in Quorn in Leicestershire with my wife April and our 13-year-old son Archie and I spend too much of my spare time at the City Ground as a Nottingham Forest season ticket holder.