Members are responsible for forming the company. Veritas Multi Academy Trust has five members. The key responsibilities of members are:
- appointing members
- amend the articles of association and memorandum of understanding
- quality assure the work of trustees to ensure they are fulfilling their statutory duties
- sign any special resolutions regarding the constitutional set up of the Trust
Chris Coyston - I have been a member of Veritas Multi Academy Trust since its creation in 2015. I am a signaller for Network Rail based in Ashford with 23 years of experience. I have experience as a school governor for seven years and have been chair of governing body of Warden House Primary School. I also run children’s work nationally for the Apostolic Church as well as running various holiday clubs for primary aged children.
Louisa Horner - I am Training and Development lead at CATs Canterbury, an international school based in Canterbury. I am also a Fellow of the Chartered College of Teaching.
Gill Rowland - I graduated from Canterbury Christ Church University as a teacher in 1984 and completed my PGCE the following year. I have been head of department, senior teacher and assistant headteacher in a secondary school. I currently work as Partnership Development Leader at Canterbury Christ Church University. I have experience in governance, being a governor in a primary school.
Cliff Collins - I have been a deputy headteacher and headteacher in the primary sector. I am now retired and bring a range of experience in school leadership and governance to this role.
Louie Werth - I am a lecturer at Canterbury Christ Church University in childhood studies. I have been a teaching assistant in school, a governor and a trustee; and am currently studying for a doctorate with Cambridge University. I bring a wealth of understanding to this role as an educationalist and analytical thinker.