Treasurer & Interim Chair
I am a retired school teacher although after university I did spend several years in Youth Work and then moved into the steel construction industry for a while before teaching finally caught up with me. I am married with three children and five grandchildren.
I have been involved in several charities and am currently a trustee of four. Over the years I have often served as treasurer within those charities. In October 2015, I was asked to come onto the board of developmentplus as a treasurer.
I enjoy watching live football and cricket and quite enjoy long walks.
I am a solicitor in the Legal Department at Lincolnshire Co-op, and I serve on the Board of Trustees under the Co-op staff volunteering scheme, which encourages us to volunteer for local charities and community groups. I provide support on legal matters to the Board and staff. I was one of the original Board of Trustees who set up the charity in 1996, and at that time I was a representative of the Church of England in Lincoln (I am now a member of St Swithin’s Church in Lincoln). I left the Board in 1999 shortly before my younger daughter was born, and I returned to the Board in 2012. I am keen to see closer links between charities and community groups in the Lincoln area and I am promoting these links via my church connections. I am committed to supporting developmentplus as I believe it plays an important role in working alongside people in the community to improve their lives.
Nev Jackson is a member of Lincolnshire County Council and was previously a trade union official, working initially in the County, but latterly, before retiring, had lead responsibility for the East Midlands and served many years on the Midlands TUC. In addition Nev has served on the Training Enterprise Council, the Learning Skills Council and served two terms on the former East Midlands Development Council. Nev has also been a magistrate for many years. In addition to being one of the trustees for developmentplus, he also sits on the board of Just Lincolnshire.
I have previously worked in the Voluntary Sector for 7 years , before spending the next 15+ years involved in delivery and leadership within local government. My experience is in strategic corporate policy as well as direct operational service delivery, which include balancing priorities within a context of resource streamlining. This has been gained within a complex mix of regeneration, funding delivery Programmes (both national and European) and community development services.
Stacey has been CEO of Lincoln Pelican Trust Ltd for the past 12 years and is passionate about working in the third sector and promoting charitable work. She is married with a teenage son.
Currently a Senior Lecturer in Marketing, at the University of Lincoln, David’s career has spanned both private and public sectors. He has held senior posts in local government and industry, in addition to owning several businesses in the communications and marketing sectors.
Jackie has been a City of Lincoln Councillor for last 5 years, covering the Glebe Ward area. She is also the Church Warden for St Mary Le Wigford Church, Lincoln’s oldest place of worship. She is very passionate about supporting the third sector and charities the promote general good health and emotional well being, as well as charities that support people with Mental Health problems.