Lucy Tennant

Lucy has been working for Trinity Winchester for five years, over that time moving from fundraising intern, to administrator, and is now working her dream job as events and community fundraiser. She came to Winchester University a surprising number of years ago, and hasn’t left the beautiful city since. As “the committee member from a different generation” Lucy is taking on the social media for the Fulflood Ball – so any offensive Tweets can be blamed on her!

Sue McKenna

Sue joined Trinity Winchester in 2008 as fundraising manager, and is now Operations Director. She comes with a background of 25 years in sales and management consultancy for a large company. She has a passion to eradicate homelessness by educating those who do not fully appreciate the many complexities that it brings. Sue has the challenging job of managing all fundraising as well as service delivery for the centre, whilst also managing her son and three cats.

Katelin Prince

Katelin has been the Fulflood Ball treasurer since 2015.  However, she first joined the committee as the charity representative whilst working at the Theatre Royal Winchester.  She had so much fun working with the team on the theatres centenary Ball in 2014 that she decidedly to stay on the committee.  Katelin now works as a marketing officer for a local university and like many committee members juggles the commitments of home, work and charity activities. When persuading the committee to follow her advice she’s most likely to refer to her spreadsheets.

Catherine Skinner

Catherine is an ex-Army officer who has lived in and around Winchester for 17 years. Her military experience saw her delivering challenging tasks alongside humanitarian aid agencies in conflict regions around the world.  She is a mother of two and a cancer survivor who volunteers within the community as a scout leader, and works for the Army’s Cadets in her day job. She has just spent a gap year sailing and travelling with her young family whilst homeschooling, and loves adventure and the outdoors. Catherine is proud to have been the Chair of three of the previous four Fulflood Balls, and is very happy to be back co-chairing for the Fulflood Ball 2018.

Vicky Halliden

Vicky is a dedicated project and delivery manager with strong organisational skills, experienced leader working in global investment banks and IT organisations, including JPMorgan and IBM. She is a committed community volunteer, supporting school charities, coaching multiple rugby and netball teams. A very sporty mother of 3 very active children.

Sarah Bayley

Sarah Bayley is an ex-Army General Practitioner working in Winchester where she has found a stable home and welcoming community after many years of travelling and living around the world.  She is motivated by contributing towards a brighter future for us all as Co-Chair, member of every Fulflood Ball Committee and as Group Scout Leader of 6th Winchester Scout Group. She enjoys camping and skiing and seeking out any kind of fun and adventure to be had. 

Jenny Purver

Originally from ‘up north’, Jenny Purver has lived in Winchester for the past 9 years. Jenny worked as employment lawyer for many years before seeing the light and now works for Google in their Employee Relations team. Jenny is passionate about inclusion and equality of opportunity. As the extremes of wealth and poverty in Winchester become more and more pronounced, Jenny is delighted to be supporting Trinity and the critical services they provide for Winchester’s homeless population. When she has spare time she loves cycling, running and baking. .

Helen Tivey

Helen is a primary school teacher and mother of 3. She’s a born organiser and loves nothing more than creating a good party, whether that be a themed party for children, or adults wishing they were still children! She’s involved with Westgate PSA where she’s vice chair and runs the termly quiz nights and bars for various events. As a committed Christian she’s a member of Christ Church where she runs a crèche once a week as well as helping organise one off events for their children’s groups such as their recent London Monopoly scavenger hunt.  Helen’s been involved with the ball since the beginning, taking on a range of responsibilities from layout, the bar and entertainment.

Stephanie Daines

Stephanie Daines is a full time mum living in Winchester with her husband and their 2 daughters. Stephanie has a wealth of business experience from working in the insurance industry for 13 years across a variety of disciplines and has over recent years held the role of Treasurer for the PTA.  Stephanie has taken on the marketing role at for the Fulflood Ball Committee for the 3rd time and is proud to have supported some great local charities.

Lucy Wood

Lucy moved from London to Winchester 4 years go. Invited to the ball in 2014,  Lucy was keen to get involved the following year and joined the committee to look after sponsorship & auction prizes.  This year, Lucy has focussed on the sponsorship element for the ball.  Lucy has a full time job in London working as a Head of Client services for Alexander Mann Solutions and spends her spare time either sailing or catching up with friends