Onsite Building Trust Family
We are proud of our team at Onsite Building Trust. Our people make each centre come to life, making a positive impact in the local community every day.
Everyone in our team, from the board to the support staff are dedicated, professional and passionate about our mission.
Let’s meet the family and find out what they do.
Board of Trustees
Our dedicated board of trustees are appointed to oversee the activities of Onsite Building Trust. Every member is invested in the community and passionate about ensuring the team succeeds in achieving our vision to be the first choice for independent, community-led groups across Stockton on Tees and the Tees Valley.
As Chairman of Onsite Building Trust and CEO of Catalyst Stockton, Steve’s role across the Borough of Stockton on Tees is to deliver the voluntary, community & social enterprise sector (VCSE) strategy for the area. In this role, Catalyst is working to ensure that the sector becomes stronger and more influential in the development of public policy as well as playing a full role in the delivery of services in the borough.
Geoff is a former senior police officer with Cleveland Police, and Chair of the Safer Stockton Partnership from 2005 until 2015. Now retired, he plays an active role in protecting community assets for future generations and is a keen golfer.
Graeme is the Chief Executive of the award-winning, Five Lamps, a community organisation in Thornaby delivering a wide range of services for over 25,000 socially and financially excluded individuals across the North East and North Yorkshire. Five Lamps delivers this work through four integrated business divisions: Economic Development; Financial Inclusion & Housing, Youth Services and Home Care.
Pauline is a Trustee of Onsite and has, for a number of years, worked for Stockton on Tees Borough Council as the Business Manager for the Local Safeguarding Children Board (SLSCB).
Tony is an artist and business owner. He established Creative Glass in 1992, which is the leading specialist in the design and production of architectural and decorative glass. He is also Chair of Tees Valley Arts, a participatory arts organisation, based in Middlesbrough, working across the five boroughs of the Tees Valley.
Ummar worked for Thirteen Group as an Area Neighbourhoods Manager, before establishing his own business, Smart Pads, an innovative property management company. His interests include keeping fit and time with his young family.
Tony worked in senior management positions in Yorkshire Water, has an extensive background in health and safety. He is retired and enjoys travel.
Councillor Carol Clark was elected to represent the Grangefield Ward in May 2011 along with her husband, Michael. They have live in Grangefield for more than 35 years, gave them a deep knowledge and passion for the area.
Together they helped and developed a number of significant projects and initiatives to improve the quality of life for many residents. Sadly, Michael died in June 2016.
With a strong financial background – corporate and commercial – Steve is Treasurer for Onsite Building Trust, ensuring the organisation manages cash flow and adheres to regulatory standards as a charity and private limited company. He is also a business owner, providing innovative financial solutions for small and medium businesses and individuals.