The CHFG has been chaired by Martin Bromiley since its inception.
CHFG Trustees are the people who serve on the governing body of a charity. Trustees have and must accept ultimate responsibility for directing the affairs of the
charity. They must ensure that it is solvent, well-run, and delivering the charitable outcomes, for the benefit of the public, for which it has been set up.
The CHFG has appointed 6 Trustees to assist in the running of the charity. Please click here to read about the Trustees.
The Advocacy Network exists to support the CHFG manifesto goals.
The Advocacy Network is part of the CHFG Network. Between them, our advocates have a broad range of human factor knowledge and skills that they are willing to contribute to further the CHFG manifesto aims. For each advocate we have provided a short description of their areas of expertise and the types of support that they are able to provide as a CHFG advocate. Contributions include:
- Speaking at conferences / external meetings and events;
- Briefing meetings with external agencies / key stakeholders;
- Providing ad hoc advice to other CHFG supporters;
- Coaching or mentoring for other CHFG supporters;
- Press / media responses and comment
If you are interested in becoming an advocate, please come along to one of our open seminars or any other CHFG event, and introduce yourself to us. We would be very happy to have conversation about availability and suitability, and progress your application further. For more information please email email@example.com