About us

The team

This is the team supporting our community of practice, and coordinating opportunities for sharing, learning and influencing. It's mainly us you'll be seeing and hearing from! Get in touch: [email protected]

Rox
Treacy

Co-director
(memberships and policy)

[email protected]
07972 924 945

Jenny
Mushiring'ani Monjero

Co-director
(PSBs project and policy)

[email protected]
07909 726 332

Noreen
Blanluet

Strategic organisational
development

[email protected]
07877 038 084

Emma
Sandrey

Membership and engagement lead

[email protected]
07949 285 565

Rachel
Wolfendale

Programme manager (PSBs project)

[email protected].wales
07761 498 939

Daniel
Barnett

Programme coordinator (PSBs project)

[email protected]
07943 972 949

The origin story

This all started back in 2012 as a voluntary endeavour by two women at a kitchen table. Along the way we carried out research, organised events, campaigned to influence legislation, and started delivering training and consultancy. We became a Big Lottery funded project (2016-2019), which enabled us to formally set up the Network and its infrastructure. Now we are an independent not-for-profit organisation; our legal name is The Co-production and Involvement Network for Wales Ltd. We support the community of practice through the Co-production Network for Wales, and we offer consultancy and training services through Co-production Lab Wales.

How we're funded now

As an independent organisation, we cover our running costs through organisational membership and e-learning courses fees. The surplus generated by consultancy and training services at Co-production Lab Wales also contributes to resourcing the Network's activities.

In addition, we receive National Lottery Community Fund project funding to work specifically with Public Services Boards (2021-2026), and Welsh Government Third Sector Resilience Fund (Phase 2) funding via the Wales Council for Voluntary Action as part of the Covid recovery scheme (2021-2022).

How we're governed

We are a social enterprise: a private company limited by guarantee, with not-for-profit principles written into our constitution. Our board of directors ensures that we are a legal, responsible, sustainable and ethical organisation. Our directors contribute their time on a voluntary basis and meet 6 times per year. We are pleased to count the Wales Council for Voluntary Action as a corporate director on our board.

Noreen
Blanluet

Voluntary director

Rachel
Wolfendale

Voluntary director

Rick
Wilson

Voluntary director

Kelvin
Jones

Voluntary director

Lisa
Banks

Voluntary director

Sara Sellek
(WCVA)

Corporate director

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