Hosted by Sally Thomas, our Thought Leadership series offers SFHA members the opportunity to hear from thought leaders on a wide variety of issues and create an arena for us to share knowledge, inspiration and ambition amongst our network.
Details of our October speaker will follow shortly.
Date & Venue
These events are exclusively for SFHA members and invitations are reserved for the CEO of each member organisation. Join us on Wednesday 6 October from 7.00pm until 8.00pm.
How to Book
Invitations are reserved for the CEO of each member organisation. Please confirm attendance to Karen Devin, Events Manager on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07896 477340 or alternatively by using the 'Book Now' button at the top of this page.
We are broadcasting this session on Zoom.
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This event is for SFHA members only.
Member Price £0.00
Scottish Federation of Housing Associations
Sally Thomas is Chief Executive at the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA), the national representative body for Scotland’s housing associations and co-operatives.Read More
She has worked for several housing associations in London and the North East of England, most recently as Head of Community Investment at North Star Housing Group. Previously, she worked for the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA), on regeneration at an urban development corporation, as director of a consultancy specialising in community-based development and leading on social purpose and wider role at the Housing Associations Charitable Trust (HACT).
She has co-authored several publications for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, the Chartered Institute of Housing, HACT, think tanks and government departments. The most recent is ‘Acting on Localism: the role of housing associations in driving a community agenda’, published by Respublica.
She has chaired and served on a variety of boards in the housing, arts, health and charitable sectors.