Richard Morgan ( Chair)
I have been actively involved with Shekinah for nearly 20 years and cherish its unchanging commitment to the disadvantaged of South Devon, whilst embracing change in almost every aspect of the delivery of its service. My background has been in commercial business and it has been a pleasure to bring the skills and principles of business into Shekinah’s management. I have also worked in the University of Plymouth and in Torbay Council, and organisations such as these constitute invaluable partners for Shekinah.
I have also chaired a medical charity and spent considerable time working in the slums of Nairobi. This certainly brings new meaning to the concept of disadvantaged people! I am a life-long Christian and hope to see Shekinah remain true to its roots in the Christian faith.
Marion Luckhurst FCIP
Marion is retired having previously run her own Management Consulting company (1plus1partnering). Prior to that Marion was Group Supply Chain Director of VT PLC. Before that Marion worked as a Procurement Director for BA Systems, DML Ltd and KBR. Marion is also Chair of Trustees of another charity and has been a Trustee of Shekinah since 2011.
Marion is a past president of her Rotary club and enjoys walking, the theatre and travel.
Employed by Livewell Southwest CIC, and currently seconded to the role of Alliance Manager, managing the Complex Needs Contract for Plymouth I have over 30 years’ experience of operational management within private, statutory and voluntary agency settings, with a person centric approach. Having previously been Head of Operations for Harbour Drug & Alcohol service, I was keen to maintain a close connection with the voluntary sector and was delighted to be appointed to the Board of Shekinah, an organisation I have known for some years, with a values base I could align with.
A single parent to a fabulous daughter, much of my time, when not working, is spent addressing teenage challenges, walking, reading and enjoying the company of great friends.
Ken Bromage left school at 15, worked as a share fisherman, for a local authority as a committee clerk, in retail management, and subsequently trained as a Chef entering restaurant management before joining the Royal Navy. He served a total of 29 years in the Royal Navy as both an Executive Officer and latterly as a Chaplain, both at sea and with the Royal Marines. He also has 10 years experience of HR Management and Training with 2 blue chip companies and 3 years experience as a Management Consultant. He is a qualified though inexperienced boat builder. He is currently Chairman of Trustees for Green Hook Fishing a boatbuilding and fishing CIO.