Meet the Trustees

Tony Latham, Chair of Trustees
I graduated in French Literature from Bangor University in 1970. I started working as a Chartered Accountant with Deloitte & Co in Manchester and Brussels before embarking on a diverse, international career in financial and general management in the public and private sectors. I spent seven years with UNICEF as a Regional Auditor (Africa and South Asia) and a Country Representative (Guinea and Lebanon) before returning to live in St Asaph. I have helped companies in North Wales with grant applications and financial forecasting and, although retired, I am still involved with start-up companies. My wife and I have lived in St Asaph for the last 30 years where we have raised three sons.


Sue Wright 

I retired after a 40-year career in the voluntary sector and in local authorities. I held a number of roles including that of Training Manager and Service Manager for Older Peoples’ Services. I previously worked for Age Connects NWC managing the Speak Up project. I am a Dementia Friend and cared for many years I cared for my mother who had a dual diagnosis of Alzheimer’s and Vascular Dementia. As the Senior Associate for Book of You, I work with groups to develop digital life story books (containing words, pictures, music, and film), that can be accessed online. I am also the Vice President of my local W.I, and a proud mother, grandmother, and great grandmother.


Neil Taylor LL.M
I have worked at a number of places including two factories. At the age of 40 I qualified as a solicitor. For my last 10 years work I was North Wales Regional Manager of the Federation of Small Businesses. As part of my work, I qualified as a journalist, and joined the NUJ where I was elected annually to represent Wales on its NEC five times. I also served on the NEC Public Relations and Equality Committees. I served a term as Vice Chair of the Wales EC. I am secretary of the Vale of Clwyd Trades Union Council. I was a councillor for 17 years at all levels including being a mayor. I served on several community organisations including Shore FM Community Radio, the Wales Tourism Alliance, Business North Wales, NSPCC Wales, and the North Wales Race Equality Network. At present, having served on the community health council, I am on its successor Llais – the citizens voice on health and social care.