Abbi is an experienced leader of strategic business change and technology-enabled transformation. She holds an MBA and is a Prince2 Practitioner and has held Director roles at Peabody and Southern Housing.
She has over fifteen years’ experience of collaboratively transforming the way that organisations engage with their respective customers/service users; by ensuring that Data and Insight is used to optimise performance and by taking a ‘whole systems’ approach
She is passionate about enabling value creation by building the capabilities of project teams and achieving efficiencies by breaking down information silos across the organisation, in order to put the customer at the heart of delivery.
She is also non-executive Director for a charity called 2020 Change that supports young people to achieve growth mindsets in readiness for working life
Having extensive governance, strategic and legal experience, Anne is the corporate lead for governance and compliance matters and the Company Secretary for the Golding Group. Having been a solicitor for more than 20 years including seven years with city firm Norton Rose, Anne’s role encompasses compliance with Regulatory Standards, Data Protection regulations and corporate Health and Safety legislation.
Anne’s extensive stakeholder engagement and governance experience includes non-executive positions with the Governing Board of the Chartered Institute of Housing (Vice-Chair), national charity Addaction (Vice-Chair) and Eldon Housing Association.
Anne holds a passionate commitment to collaborative partnerships across all sectors of society supporting people to live better lives
Caroline has over 30 years housing experience working within the housing sector specialising in housing management and community development. In 2009 Caroline led on the establishment of Golding Vision, the community arm of Golding Homes and has worked to bring together a diverse network of partners across Kent to deliver a wide range of award-winning community projects which have made a positive impact on the communities where they are delivered. She is passionate about making a difference and delivering high-quality services to our customers.
Frank Manoharan leads the delivery of ICT Services at Golding Homes.
Frank joined Golding Homes in 2016, holding previously a Director of ICT role managing three colleges in London where he helped the college through two mergers and unified systems. He has also worked in manufacturing and in the NHS.
Frank is driven to optimise business outcomes through innovative solutions to enable our dedicated staff to deliver service excellence to our residents.
Jag joined in May 2019 and leads on the financial and procurement aspects of strategy, development activity, efficiency and regulatory compliance.
With over 20 years’ of senior level experience across several sectors, Jag has strong experience of driving acquisitive and organic growth by building capability, scale and delivering infrastructure programmes.
Jag is passionate about making a difference to society and local communities. At Golding’s this is fulfilled by contributing to the organisations purpose of providing quality homes and creating communities. In addition to this Jag works as a Governor of a local primary school, is a trustee of a health charity and works as a Non-Executive for a professional legal institute which aspires to create social mobility in the legal sector.
Lenka joined Golding from Optivo where she was a Development Manager, managing a team of Project Managers to deliver homes across Kent and Sussex. Lenka has over 12 years’ experience in development and asset management, having previously worked for AmicusHorizon Ltd and private maintenance companies. Lenka is focussed on applying best practice from both sectors to deliver on customer expectations.
Lenka is an RICS Chartered Surveyor, holds a BA(Hons) in Business Studies and is a Prince 2 Practitioner. Lenka’s expertise and knowledge will help to deliver Golding Homes’ ambitious development programme.
Lindsey joined Golding Homes in June 2018 and is responsible for ensuring both the HR Strategy and broader people agenda are aligned with driving the strategic objectives of the organisation.
She has over 17 years experience within HR, with the last 12 years being spent in the professional services sector working at both KPMG and EY, where she was responsible for the Resource Management functions for the UK& Ireland. Previously to this, she has worked in a variety of sectors including financial services, manufacturing and small private training providers across the multi-disciplines of HR.
She has a passion for people development and engagement and has broad experience of transformation and leading people through change.