Our Hospice Board of Trustees is composed of  people who together are responsible for controlling the management and administration of our charity.  The Trustees make decisions and work together through meetings of the Board. The governing document of the charity, the ‘Memorandum and Articles of Association’, sets out the objects  and powers of the charity.

Who can become a member of the Board of Trustees?

Trustees should be able to bring something worthwhile to the running  of the hospice.  This may be particular professional skills or experience, local knowledge or contacts, or experience as a volunteer.  Anyone over the age of 18 residing in Pembrokeshire may be a trustee with Paul Sartori Foundation provided they are not disqualified from so doing.

How do you become a trustee?

Trustees are appointed to the Board by election.  Trustees must become voting members of the Hospice and then put their name forward to become a trustee, being proposed and seconded by other voting members,  The governing document explains how this is done.

Who are the Trustees of Paul Sartori Foundation?

The Board requires a minimum of 4 and maximum of 12 Trustees (Articles of Association (Article 28).

Those on the Board at the end of 2015  are:

  • Mrs Sara Alderman (NFU Group secretary)
  • Mr Charles Clewett (Retired Accountant) – Chair
  • Mr David Evans (Assistant Principal)
  • Mr Paul Lister (Retired Architect)
  • Dr Finlay Mackintosh (Retired Doctor) – Vice Chair
  • Mrs Betsan Powell (Solicitor)
  • Dr Liz Mozdiak (Nurse Lecturer)
  • Mrs Rosalind Raymond (Business Owner)
  • Mr Phil Thompson, MBE (PR Consultant)
  • Mr Jason Tomlin (Recruitment Director)

The Board are looking for future Trustees with particular skills in business who would like to join the voting member committee.


The Board members meet monthly on the first Wednesday of the month.

There are 6  sub-committee for Clinical Governance. Audit and Finance, Fundraising,  Strategy, Retail, Task and Finish.

Other Trustee working groups will be set up to discuss specific issues in more detail should the need arise.