22 June: NHF Housing Governance 2023
Housing Governance is a unique professional development opportunity, dedicated to improve your skills and performance.
The governance function provides housing associations with stability and confidence. The impact of the coronavirus outbreak means that it’s now more important than ever to create a strong governance team.
Delegates will be able to reflect on how well their organisation is responding to the crisis, learn, and develop skills and knowledge to better prepare for the future.
CT Director, Ceri-Victory Rowe, will be speaking at the event. Ceri will join the panel discussion on ‘Reflecting on the Code of Governance: a three-year review and future considerations’ at 2.30pm.
Ceri Victory-RoweDirector, Campbell Tickell
Ceri specialises in governance and regulation and her work with Campbell Tickell spans the social housing, charity, public and private sectors. As well as providing extensive support and advice to individual organisations, Ceri carries out sector-wide assignments: for example, recently co-writing the NHF’s Code of Governance 2020, and supporting Welsh Government to design new regulatory standards for the Welsh social housing sector. Clients tell Ceri they welcome the clear-sightedness and supportive challenge she brings to her work with them.
Immediately prior to joining CT (initially as an associate consultant) she was a consultant with PwC, supporting clients with projects such as local government re-organisation, operating model transformation, contract management and process redesign. Before this Ceri held roles in housing associations, local authorities, the Housing Corporation, and a university. She has extensive experience as a non-executive director including having been previously Vice-Chair of a housing association, Chair of a small homelessness charity and a member of the Regulatory Board for Wales (which oversees the regulation of Welsh housing associations).
She holds an MA(Oxon) in English Language and Literature and an MSc in Housing Practice (with distinction) and is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Housing (FCIH).