Group Chief Executive
With more than 33 year’s work experience in housing, and 30 of those in management and leadership positions; Clare has significant experience working in Local Authorities and Housing Associations both in England and Wales. Her most recent Local Authority experience was as Chief Officer in Flintshire with responsibility for housing, the economy and regeneration, and revenues, benefits and customer services. While there, she established the first Local Authority owned housing company in Wales with a significant new build programme; and led a culture and performance change programme which transformed the councils poor reputation as a housing provider to being recognised as one of the best in Wales. She has been the proud CEO at ClwydAlyn for two and a half years.
Clare is the chair of the 2025 Movement in North Wales; which is a partnership set up to fight avoidable inequality in health and housing. She is also a member of the Welsh Government Transformation Advisory Board; which provides advise to the NHS CEO on transformation in health and social care, and was until recently a member of the Homeless Action Group developing proposals for the Housing Minister to end homelessness in wales. She also represents the social housing sector on the North Wales Regional Partnership Board, which is a statutory body working to improve health and well-being in North Wales.