Barbara first came across Back on Track as a probation officer in Manchester in the 1980s, when she used to refer clients to us. For many years she was Assistant Chief Officer at Greater Manchester Probation, and joined the board of Back on Track in 2010.
Louise Enderby (Vice Chair)
Louise joined the board in 2007. She spent many years teaching in prisons, and at The Manchester College she managed offender learning across several regions. As Vice Chair at Back on Track, Louise takes a lead on organisational development and quality improvement.
Mark Law (Treasurer)
Mark is Resources and Performance Manager for Manchester Adult Education Service, and has been a trustee of Back on Track since 2005. As well as his duties as treasurer, Mark acts as an important link to MAES and Manchester City Council.
Peter is Commercial Director at The Manchester College, where his responsibilities include business development and offender learning. Peter joined the trustee board in 2012, and acts as an important link to the College. Louise O’Neill
Louise was Back on Track’s Business Development Officer from 2012-14, before working as a corporate fundraiser. She now works in research and evaluation for the General Medical Council. She bring her expertise in both fundraising and research to the Back on Track board.
Sue is Talent Partner at the law film DAC Beachcroft. She is keenly interested in people development and has advised and trained clients widely on matters relating to equality, discrimination, diversity and inclusion. Adam Cunningham
Adam is Financial Ledger Control Lead at the Cooperative Bank in Manchester, and uses his experience in accounting and financial reporting to advise on matters concerning Back on Track’s finances. Malcolm Bruce Before his retirement Malcolm was the lead on quality and standards at The Manchester College. He now uses his expertise in the subject to advise us on our own quality assurance and reporting.
We are recruiting new trustees to the Back on Track board