Core staff team
Volunteer Chief Executive – Bob Harris
MiDAS Trainer / Fleet Supervisor – Dave Stubbings
Administration Manager – Sharon Sadler
Finance Manager – Linda Montgomery
for Bus Days and Travel Training
Trustees are volunteers who manage the development of Sutton Community Transport (SCT). It is a challenging role that makes use of their life experiences—particularly their work skills. There is no pay – but the reward is to see a charity develop into a vital part of the local community. The Management Board meet bi-monthly, usually in the morning. If you think that you can contribute to the success of SCT, or you know someone who could – do talk to us.
Andrew Theobald (Chairman)
Andrew joined the SCT Board in 2006 and has a history of service in the voluntary, public and charity sectors. Andrew’s professional background is in the insurance industry, but in addition to this he has been a school governor for over 30 years, and currently serves on the Governing Body of Tweeddale Primary School. He is also Chair of the Forum of Sutton Governors and is a Diocesan Member of Sutton’s Children, Family and Education Committee and Schools Funding Forum. He served for 12 years as a Sutton Councillor and was for many years an elected, lay trade union official and chair of a Shaftesbury Housing Association local committee.
Tony joined the SCT Board in 2000 and has been actively involved in various Board roles since that time. He has also volunteered as a driver/passenger assistant for SCT. Tony has a wealth of experience in the Transport industry and has been: Editor of a large transport directory (Janes Urban Transport); started up/driven for a local Hoppa bus route in a small town; as well as driven excursion routes for coach operators.
Bob Harris (Volunteer CEO)
Bob joined the SCT Board as Trustee in 2009 and took on the role of Voluntary CEO in 2013 but remains as a Trustee. Bob worked as a bank manger for in excess of 30 years and later as practice manager for a firm of local solicitors, he retired in 2007. Since retiring Bob has been involved in the voluntary sector in Sutton, in various roles and positions on various boards.
Helen Green FCCA
Helen joined the SCT Board in March 2015 as Finance Director and became Company Secretary in December 2015. Helen was born and bred in Surrey. As a qualified accountant Helen has worked in the City of London for over 20 years. Her transport experience includes P&O Nedlloyd and P&O Cruises. Helen is also the Honorary Treasurer for the Kidney Fund, based at St Helier which raises money for research into diabetes and renal disease.
Pam joined the SCT Board in 2003. She was Head Teacher of three primary schools. She worked as a consultant for Surrey LA setting up consortia of schools in Surrey and also helped to train Head Teachers, Teachers and Governors in financial management and appraisal. Since retiring, she has been the Special Needs governor at Rosebery Secondary Girls’ School. She has been involved in fundraising for several charities.
Brian joined the SCT Board in 2003. He spent 33 years as a Teacher, with the last 23 as Head Teacher of a Special Educational Needs School in the London Borough of Sutton. He was a member of Round Table and is now a member of Rotary. He led the committee that set up the “Concert in the Park” which ran for 21 years and raised nearly £400,000 for local and other Rotary charities.
Martin joined the SCT Board in 2015. He spent over 35 years working as a teacher in Special Education ending up as the Head Teacher of a London Special Education Needs School. Since retiring he has become an Advocate for ‘Looked-After Children’, and those subject to a Child Protection Plan; working through a Sutton based children’s charity. He is also a Rotarian in the Sutton area involved in supporting those in need close to home as well as further afield.
Alan joined the SCT Board in May 2017. He worked as a Civil Engineer for over 40 years. During his career he worked with several Local Authorities including: London Borough of Sutton; London Borough of Merton; and City of London. He is a Rotarian and actively involved with their work in the local area.