The Executive Team
Andy Cole OBE MA MBA
Andy has been Chief Executive since 2016. He was previously Chief Executive of Bliss, the national premature baby charity. Andy is a trustee of the National Care Forum and Chair of the Cobseo (military charity) care cluster. He is leading the implementation of the Charity’s new strategy and the development of the 74-bed Home in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.
Siobhan Creighton FCIPD
Director of Human Resources
Siobhan has worked previously as HR Manager for United Response and Territory Health Services in Australia. She served in the Women’s Royal Army Corps from 1977 to 1986. Siobhan joined the Charity in 2002.
Director of Supporter Engagement
Caley Eldred joined the Charity as the new Director of Supporter Engagement in July 2018. Previously the Director of Development at the youth charity City Year UK, Caley has held director level roles at both the food-waste charity FareShare and special care baby charity Bliss, as well as working at Mind and the NSPCC. She is also a trustee of the children’s education charity Nurture UK. Caley comes from an Army family and feels passionately about the Charity’s military purpose.
Martin Goldman MBIFM
Director of Operations
Martin has extensive senior management experience within the Estates and Facilities arena, including NHS Mental Health, Young Epilepsy, the education sector and private industry. Martin joined the Charity in August 2017.
Malcolm Munro-Faure BSc ACA FRSA
Director of Finance
Malcolm qualified as a Chartered Accountant with KPMG and was a member of the international consulting team at Price Waterhouse. He has written for the Financial Times and Institute of Management. Malcolm was the Bookshops and Finance Director at SPCK, before joining the Charity in 2006.
Pauline Shaw OBE BHSc MSc RGN PG Dip Arts (Nursing)
Director of Care & Service Development
Prior to joining the Charity in 2001, Pauline was a registered nurse for 20 years, both in the UK and New Zealand. She has an MSc in Health Care Management. Pauline is currently involved in a NICE committee to review dementia care guidelines in residential settings and is a Trustee with the RNBT. Pauline received an OBE in the 2018 New Year’s Honours List in recognition of her services to Veterans.