The Community Transport Association (CTA) has appointed six Support and Engagement Executives to its staff.
The executives will be responsible for developing the organisation’s support programmes and will look for opportunities to make a difference on behalf of the people and communities who need transport that is accessible and inclusive. Their work will focus on outreach with members and other local stakeholders to identify support needs, recommend and co-design solutions and to increase take-up of CTA-led initiatives.
In England, the CTA welcomed Steff Riches, previously its Training Coordinator and Emma Sims, both of whom are based in its Manchester office.
In Scotland, the CTA appointed Cathy Jamieson, who is based in its Edinburgh office.
Carl Gough, David Brooks and Lindsay Haveland, previously Support and Development Officers based in North and South Wales, have now changed their roles to become Support and Engagement Executives.