Our Staff

Felicity James
Housing Manager

As Trauma Informed Practice Manager, my role is to ensure that we take a Trauma Informed Approach in everything that we do.

This includes being on hand to assist the Team when putting interventions in place with residents or resolving incidents. I provide support to our 46 residents and assist with making connections to external agencies. I am the Designated Safeguarding Officer for St Paul’s.

Read more Read less
Chris Ginty
Secretary & Finance Director

I qualified as an accountant, have experience in practice, industry, moved into and  the charity sector.

Married with a daughter and two step sons. Keen photographer and family history researcher. 

Read more Read less
Ginette Sadler
Housing First

I joined the team at St Paul’s in 2010.  I have held a number of roles since that time, including Street Outreach, Worcestershire Homeless Intervention Team Manager, Quality Insurance Manager and Trauma Informed Practice Manager.

I have a Degree in Social Welfare and Diploma in Childhood Studies and have previously worked on the Youth Homeless/Care Leavers Project and Mental Health in the Community.  I am passionate about working with the homeless community and supporting them to rebuild their lives.

Read more Read less
Annamarie Balram
Fundraising Manager

I joined the team at St Paul’s in October 2019.  I have worked in the third sector for over 25 years across a number of areas, including Offender Management, Community Transport, Social Deprivation, Mental Health and disability.

My experience is developing new projects and initiatives and securing funding to support development and implementation. I am passionate about working in this sector and supporting the incredible work done.

My role at St Paul’s is to establish a Fundraising Strategy that sees the development of our income streams such as Grants & Trusts, Corporate support, events and Donor engagement.  I am delighted to be part of an amazing & dedicated team.

Read more Read less
Joanne Graysmark
Head Chef & Catering Manager

I joined the team at St Paul’s in April 2022, after seeking out a meaningful role and a worthwhile career where I can really make a difference.

I gained my catering skills whilst serving in the Royal Air Force where I became an award-winning chef.  I was lucky enough to cook for HRH, The Prince of Wales and travel abroad, cooking for military personnel.

I’m passionate about food and what it can bring to St Paul’s; from home cooked comfort food to new and interesting dishes.  I really think food and flavours can play an important part in a person’s well-being on a physical and emotional level.

Whilst being part of St Paul’s I aim to pass my knowledge onto our residents where they will be able to progress and cook healthy, nutritious meals. I’m really excited for this opportunity and what I can bring.

Read more Read less
Debbie Collins
Holistic Therapies Practitioner

I am a qualified Accountant, having a background in manufacturing and service industries, both as an Accountant and as an Operational Auditor for a large Multi-National company.

I have a great personal interest in self-help and self-development and have also qualified as an NLP Coach, Hypnotherapist and earlier this year as a Mindfulness Teacher.  I have worked part-time at St Pauls as Finance Manager/Company Secretary for almost 5 years and during his time, have used my holistic skills to help staff and residents. I find Mindfulness is a great tool for helping people to find a place of calm in chaotic times and to challenge unhelpful beliefs that can prevent change.

Read more Read less
Shaun Adams

I have been a part of St Paul’s Hostel since 2010 and have had the privilege of meeting many homeless people in this time.

I have seen the hostel and its ethos change and evolve; gained knowledge and understanding and am particularly proud of us adopting a trauma informed approach.

Recognising that the guys who come to live at St Paul’s have often experienced multiple traumas in their lives, through no fault of their own, has opened new avenues for the residents to explore their past and build resilience.

The take up of residents accessing the service has increased dramatically over the years (from 2 hrs/week to virtually full-time) which in itself is evidence that change is a desire and the need for a therapeutic approach is paramount.

Read more Read less