Role type:
Trustee / board member

Surviving Economic Abuse


Many women experience economic abuse within the context of domestic violence. It limits their choices and ability to access safety. Launched in 2017, Surviving Economic Abuse (SEA) is the only charity in the UK dedicated to raising awareness of economic abuse and transforming responses to it. They sought to appoint new Trustees to join the Board and help fulfil their ambitious strategy.

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Through Nurole they appointed two new Trustees, Cathy Mills, a Director and Governor of The Lady Eleanor Holles School and she is Director of the Millwood Partnership; and Sue Lewis, Chair of the Financial Services Consumer Panel and Trustee Director of the People's Pension.

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Cathy Millis

Director, Millwood Partnership

(Successful candidate)
"I am delighted to be Chairing the Board of Trustees for Surviving Economic Abuse and continuing to support the tremendous work they are doing. Surviving Economic Abuse is leading the way in addressing this issue that affects some many women."

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Nicola Sharp Jeffs

CEO, Surviving Economic Abuse

"Surviving Economic Abuse is a relatively young charity and we decided to use Nurole to seek board members due to their track record and low costs for non-profits like us. The process was straightforward and the platform incredibly effective, resulting in us taking on a Trustee and a new Chair, who we are confident will help us to achieve our mission of raising awareness of economic abuse and transforming responses to it."


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