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Exciting Times!

A New Chief Executive for Community Action Hertsmere


Heather Walsh, currently CEO of Community Action Hertsmere is leaving Hertsmere for the beautiful county of Cornwall.  Heather has been an inspiration for all charities and volunteers in the borough and she will be very much missed. Heather had built relationships with all our partners, including Hertsmere Borough Council, Hertfordshire County Council, Affinity Sutton, Three Valleys CCG, Goldsborough Care and many more.   She always had time to talk with people and find out what was needed and her legacy is in the very many groups she has helped to establish and grow.   


Sad as it is to see Heather go, the Trustees of CAH, have appointed Stephen Craker to take over as CEO from the middle of August.   Stephen has a wide understanding of the voluntary sector and has worked in Barnet on health, community cohesion and wellbeing issues, as well as being Chair of governors of a local primary school.  He has a wide strategic vision and has been a trustee of CAH before stepping down to be CEO.   Sue Pearlman, Chair of CAH commented “following a wide recruitment process, Stephen demonstrated that he was the outstanding candidate for the position, and we look forward to working with him”.