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Meet The Trustees

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Kombo Magara

Kombo Magara - Chair

Kombo is a Human Resources professional who has worked in both the private and public sector over the last 9 years.  Having spent much of her career living and working in Greater Manchester she became involved with TDAS at the end of 2019.  She is passionate about the work of TDAS and the third sector and is honoured to use her skills and experience in her first Trustee role. 

She is currently completing an Executive MBA in Senior Leadership at Manchester Metropolitan University.

Judith Lloyd

Judith Lloyd - Vice Chair

Judith is the current Vice-Chair of Trustees and a long-standing member of the Trust Board of TDAS.    She has been involved with TDAS since the 1990s.  She is a local councillor and Armed Forces and Veterans champion.  Previously she was Chair of the Health Scrutiny Committee, Mayor of Trafford and is a retired Justice of the Peace.


Judith is a Governor at two Trafford Schools, a primary and a secondary.  She has a particular interest in Safeguarding.

Read Judith's Story of supporting TDAS for over 24 years 

Jo Hannan

Jo Hannan - Treasurer

Jo manages a national charitable Foundation, commissioning grant-funded projects. She is an experienced commissioner and partnerships manager, and has worked in both the public and VCSE sectors, leading on various programmes of work including safeguarding, homelessness, mental health, teenage pregnancy and youth employment. She is a qualified youth worker and has a Post Graduate Certificate in Child Welfare and Protection. Jo joined the board in 2021. She is a resident of Trafford and has previously been a member of Trafford Housing Trust’s Social Investment Panel.

Aneesa Rahman

Aneesa Rahman

Aneesa has worked for Manchester City Council for 16 years and is now an Appeals Officer there.  She became involved in voluntary work after working in various community organisations and training as a counsellor.  She is a School Governor in Manchester and also volunteers with Cruse Bereavement Care.  Her children were educated in Trafford.

Andy Mudd

Andy Mudd 



Andy is the head of APSE Solutions, the consultancy arm of APSE (Association for Public Service Excellence).  APSE is a local government support organisation, headquartered in Trafford, with members across the UK. A well as managing the service Andy is an experienced consultant in his own right specialising in procurement, business development and strategic issues.  

Andy was for 12 years a member of Bradford Council and also served on the West Yorkshire Police Authority.  He has worked in youth work, residential social work, education welfare and for 12 years before joining APSE, was a senior manager with a voluntary sector organisation working in the field of homelessness and welfare rights.  He has also been a member of the Legal Services Commission of the Legal Aid Board, an alternate Director of Leeds/Bradford Airport, Chair of a Regeneration Partnership Board and a School and College Governor.  

Andy holds an MSc in Social Policy and Planning from the LSE and a BA (Hons) in Social Administration.

Read Andy's Story of becoming involved with TDAS

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Tamsin Morris



Tamsin is a solicitor at Mills & Reeve specialising in Environmental and Regulatory litigation.  She joined the board in 2023.  As well as being a lawyer, Tamsin has extensive experience of working in the charity sector and had a career break from the legal profession during which she worked as an IDVA for the Safe in Salford service supporting high risk domestic abuse victims and in the prison service supporting women and their families in the criminal justice system.   Tamsin has particular expertise in risk management and is passionate about empowering women to overcome challenges and thrive.  Having seen the massive impact that TDAS services have on the daily lives of service users and their families Tamsin is thrilled to contribute to the ongoing success of TDAS in her role as a trustee.


Zoe Littler



Zoe is the Head of Inclusive Learning at Salford City College, and has worked within the special educational needs sector for 19 years. In her teaching role Zoe delivered Sex and Relationships Education to young people and is passionate about promoting awareness of healthy relationships. Zoe joined the board of trustees in 2023 and is very proud to support the work of TDAS. 

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