New Trustees join seAp Board
Ketil Sorhaug was warmly welcomed as the newest member of seAp’s Board of Trustees at the charity’s recent AGM. His arrival follows that of Kevin Edgar who joined in the Summer.
Ketil has over over 15 years experience of working with adults with learning disabilities, running activities and organising a community-based service. Ketil has more recently worked with people with dementia and those suffering from Alzheimers, providing activities like sing-alongs, bread baking and reminiscence. Originally from Norway, Ketil has spent the past 17 years living and working inLondonand moved toHastingsin early 2012.
Kevin’s background is in improving business processes and managing change across a range ofUKand international industries. His experience of implementing major business change programmes along with his extensive knowledge of ICT solutions make him a valuable addition to the seAp team.
Both Trustees are looking forward to working with the Board to ensure seAp continues to develop as a leading provider of advocacy services in the health and care sector in England.