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The Management Executive


David Morris – Chief Executive

david.morris@noahenterprise.org

David joined NOAH Enterprise in 2020 as Chief Executive, having led a homelessness charity in London, held senior roles at Alzheimer’s Society, and spent his early career in the television industry. David volunteers with local homelessness and youth organisations in his local parish and has relished the opportunity to join NOAH and keep the charity progressing and able to help those most in need.

 


Paul Prosser – Head of Welfare Services
paul.prosser@noahenterprise.org

Paul comes from a background in homelessness services in the voluntary sector. He has played a leading role in the development of NOAH’s outreach and welfare services and has led his team in delivering innovative and effective solutions for people who are among the most deprived.


Warren Edwards – Head of Training & Development
warren.edwards@noahenterprise.org

Warren leads NOAH’s training and employment arm. He has 25 years’ experience of working within education, latterly as Director of various colleges across Bedfordshire and London. Warren has developed a range of programmes to engage clients wherever they are on their journey towards sustainable living.


Victoria Kreisson-White – Senior Retail Manager
victoria.kreisson-white@noahenterprise.org

As NOAH’s Senior Retail Manager Victoria is responsible for the development and implementation of effective sales strategy to maximise the charity’s Social Enterprise and its contribution to our welfare services. Coming from a commercial background Victoria has over 12 years of management experience and brings a wealth of insight and expertise to her role.



David Waterson – Head of Finance

david.waterson@noahenterprise.org

Qualified accountant, Dave joined NOAH in May 2019 and now leads NOAH’s Finance Department. With over 35 years of experience in Finance, Dave utilises his varied and extensive knowledge to ensure the smooth running of the charity’s financial operations.