Management Board

Our Management Board is made up of voluntary members who meet regularly to share company achievements, shape plans & help turn our Directors’ vision into a sustainable reality!

Their role includes:

  • Championing the interests of Changing Relations C.I.C. including networking & promoting the Company ethos, projects, training & resources.

  • Acting as a sounding board for Directors, including actively listening to ideas & providing critical feedback.

  • Contributing to shaping the strategic direction & future projects of the Company.

Meet the team!

Kate Jeffels

Kate is a Self-employed Consultant of KVJ Associates with 30 years management experience, gained across the private, public & voluntary sectors, in Criminal Justice, Substance Use and Health & Social Care. With senior level strategic knowledge & both personal & professional experience of domestic abuse, she is committed to raising awareness & tackling the associated harms.

Andrew Beales is Director of Development at Durham School & has wealth of fundraising experience within the education sector.

Victoria Richardson is a Solicitor in Ben Hoare Bell Law Practice, with expertise in supporting domestic abuse victims.

Stephen Burrell is a Postdoctoral Researcher in Durham University Centre for Research into Violence & Abuse with expertise in male violence & strategies for engaging men & boys.

Clara Woolford is a Museum Curator for The Auckland Project, with expertise around designing arts content to engage audiences.


We are really grateful to our Management Board who support us in taking forward our Mission Statement to the best of our ability. We regularly review our members to ensure that a breadth of experience & expertise is represented, from across the Education, Arts, Health, Social & Criminal Justice sectors.

If you are interested in playing a part in Changing Relations in this way, we would love to hear from you. Drop our Managing Director an email detailing your relevant experience, why you would be interested in supporting our work & what you think you could contribute.