Carers Trust has a range of expert spokespeople available for comment or interview. Please contact the Press Team
to request an interview.
Andrew Cozens CBE, Chair
Andrew has more than 30 years experience in social care in the public and voluntary sectors. He is currently Strategic Adviser, Children Adults and Health Services for the Improvement and Development Agency for local government and spent ten years as a director of social services in Gloucestershire and Leicester. He can talk on a range of issues related to social care, carers and the third sector.
Moira Fraser, Interim Chief Executive
Moira is available to talk about policy and legislation, specialist carers’ services such as mental health carers’ support, third sector, funding issues and carers’ rights.
Ben Cavanagh, Policy and Public Affairs Manager
Ben manages our relations with Parliamentarians and the political parties making sure that carers' issues are at the heart of national debates.
Florence Burke, Director for Scotland
Florence joined The Trust in March 2008, after 11 years with CEiS (Community Enterprise in Scotland), providing tailored support to social economy organisations, such as Carers’ Centres and leading on a range of regeneration initiatives. Florence is our main spokesperson for carers' issues in Scotland.
Louise Morgan, Development Manager (Young Carers - Scotland)
Louise works with all the young carers’ projects in Scotland and with the Scottish Government to develop new services and legislation to support young carers. She can speak about every aspect of issues affecting young carers.
Simon Hatch, Director for Wales
Simon became Director of Wales in July 2013 having spent 4 years as Director at Samaritans in Wales and 8 years as Director at Parkinson’s UK Cymru.
Simon works across the Third Sector in Wales and links with Welsh Government, Local Health Boards and our local Network Partners and is able to discuss all issues relating to services for unpaid carers, home care and the work of Carers Trust in Wales. (Welsh speaker available on request)