Four new board members appointed to West Yorkshire housing association
Cedric Boston, Unity Homes and Enterprise chief executive, said: “One of Unity’s great strengths as a community-based organisation is our eagerness to listen to different voices and implement innovative ideas in the quest to improve people’s lives.
“The new board members will make significant strategic contributions to what we do and how we do it for the betterment of local neighbourhoods.
“They are excellent appointments and, on behalf of the senior management team, I look forward to working closely with them all.”
Mahara Haque has worked as a community development specialist for more than a decade and has previous board member experience including with housing associations and in the NHS.
Moreen Pascal has had a career in business support services, local government and the voluntary and community sectors mainly in London and Hertfordshire, where her focus has been on social justice initiatives in the community, leadership performance and workforce development.
Nasim Qureshi has been the chief executive officer at Inspired Neighbourhoods Group for 14 years, and brings experience in the housing, health and social care and enterprise sectors.
Abdul Ravat has previously served on the board of Unity’s not for profit subsidiary company, Unity Enterprise, and has accumulated three decades of experience in housing and regeneration.
Abdul Hamied, Unity Homes and Enterprise interim chair, said: “I am excited to welcome our four new members who will each bring their own unique skillsets and experiences to the board table together with a shared commitment to Unity’s social purpose.”