Catherine Nunn – Chair
Cat comes from a leadership background in health and social care, combined with a variety of sector experience. She currently works in arts in health, with a focus on social isolation and loneliness.
A firm belief that everyone should have equal access to the services they need has brought her to volunteering with MNP Mind, which she is delighted to be part of.
My main professional background is within film production and was an owner of a small production company. I also extensively taught Film / Video production at many Universities and Tertiary Colleges.
Having personal experience of mental health issues I wanted to help the organisation to both develop and enhance the vital services it provides, and to ensure a strong, responsive and progressive future for all who are within the Mid and North Powys Mind’s community.
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I come from a technical background and am a bit of a geek and enjoy playing games in my spare time. I was diagnosed as being on the Autistic Spectrum as an adult and believe that this allows me to view situations in a different way.
Throughout my life I have had family members and friends with mental health issues and I have tried to be there for them when they need it. I believe that all of us should have access to the support we need and know that there is always someone who is there for them.
My values include fairness, balance and inclusivity.