Meet our Trustees
Barrie Driscoll became involved with Wiltshire Citizens Advice (WCA) as a Trustee in 2018 and after attending a number of meetings, became a Trustee in May and has taken over the role of Chair of the Trustees as of July 2019.
He joined the Mars Group and spent 14 years working within three of their European companies within middle and senior marketing and sales management roles. Following this he joined a Finnish conglomerate as Managing Director UK manufacturing and packaging operations. Five years later he joined the Racal-Chubb-Vodafone group as Marketing and Sales Director of Chubb Electronic Security, and covered a number of roles and responsibilities. He moved into the role of European Managing Director of Chubb Lock and Safe operations before the global operations were sold to a Swedish Group. He joined the Swedish Management team and moved to Gothenburg and Paris to successfully integrate their global operations before returning to the UK.
In 2004 he moved into management consultancy and worked with a number of companies, mainly within ‘turn-around’ roles. In 2010 he joined the PSE/Britax management team and helped them to sell their global operations to a USA group. He retired from full time corporate life in 2015.
Barrie is now retired but still gets involved within management consultancy projects. He is married and lives in Devizes with his wife Cas. He enjoys DIY, walking, travel and is a car enthusiast.
Fiona started her accountancy career in practice in Wiltshire then decided it wasn't for her and ran small businesses for the next 10 years. However, the lure of the numbers was too strong and she now works as a Finance Manager for a charity in Dorset.
Fiona has been the Treasurer of The Friends of North Dorset Women's Refuge for the last decade and has lots of experience with charity finance including within the Church of England. Other interests include playing the piano, horse riding and poor attempts at yoga.
Andy joined the Trustee Board in 2015 and is Chair of the People and Engagement Committee. A Fellow of the Chartered Institute of People & Development he is currently Head of Human Resources for Radioactive Waste Management, a subsidiary of the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority, and previously worked in a variety of HR roles for the UK Research Councils. Prior to this he spent 20 years as an Officer in the Royal Navy in a range of management roles including operations in Nuclear Submarines and active service during the First Gulf War. A Bath Rugby Club season ticket holder he is a keen follower of National Hunt horseracing and an avid Private Pilot with a group share in a 1970's Piper Cherokee light aircraft.