Signal is are overseen by a Board of Trustees. The Board leads Signal and ensures that the funding that we receive is used in the most effective way. They all kindly volunteer their time to support our work.
"I was a Trustee of Signal at its inception in 2013 and became the Chair of Trustees in 2018. Signal is an exceptional charity with a truly impressive record of working with people of all ages with hearing impairments both here in the UK and in Sub-Saharan Africa. As someone who has always worked with the community throughout my career and volunteering, I was delighted to be offered the opportunity to help support the excellent staff at Signal to really make a difference across its impressive range of projects."
Helen joined Signal as a trustee in 2020. “I have gained many skills during my career and hope that this experience will support in raising vital money and allow Signal to support more people affected with hearing loss, Deafness and tinnitus. I love working in fundraising and supporting charities. It’s currently a very challenging time and I hope that people will get behind local charities to ensure Signal can continue to offer this wonderful support”.
ANDREW PUGH ACCA
Andrew joined Signal in 2018 as Trustee and Treasurer. “Since joining Signal I never fail to be amazed at the fantastic work the team carry out and how the services and support provided directly benefit people who are Deaf, have hearing loss and tinnitus in the UK and internationally. I am extremely grateful for all the support we receive whether financially or in time through the volunteer framework as without this we could not provide the quality and continuity we are known for”.
DAVID TUDOR MBE
Since retirement in 1996, David Tudor has undertaken charity work for a number of organisations in Shropshire, often involving fundraising -including successful bids to the national lottery and grant making trusts. In 2016 he was awarded an MBE in recognition of community and charity work in Shropshire
I became a volunteer for Signal in 2017 after retiring after 30 years of teaching. I helped with administration initially and then progressed into supporting the work of the Tinnitus programme which I have found to be very rewarding. Earlier this year I was invited to become a trustee of Signal in December 2019.