How we are RUN


The people we support and our frontline staff at are the heart of everything we do. Our services are structured to deliver the best support and pioneer recovery.

Service Managers and Team Leaders oversee the day to day running of our services, whilst Recovery Workers and Employment Advisors provide frontline support for those accessing our services. They’re supported by other roles such as Community Link Workers, Peer Support Coordinators and Administrators to help deliver our services.

Our Area Managers have the responsibility for overseeing contracts, exploring new business opportunities, and connecting our services with local partners. Area Managers are supported by Deputy Directors of Operations to ensure our services are well maintained and frontline staff are given the necessary resources and training to aid their career and personal development.

Our Central services

Our central services teams have a wealth of experience in supporting our frontline services.

They are responsible for overseeing policies, HR, Finance, Property Maintenance, IT, Business Development and our corporate Communications and Marketing.


Richmond Fellowship is overseen by Our Group Leadership Team. They bring together expertise in working to help drive forward our objective of Making Recovery Reality.

Group Leadership TEAM

JUNE RILEY, Interim CEO and Group Director of Finance

June completed an accredited MBA with Manchester Business School to add value to her career as an Accountant.

She started by training in Accountancy by entering the NHS as a graduate trainee shortly after leaving University and has worked at a senior level in the housing sector for over 20 years with a wealth of experience operating at a strategic level in charitable organisations.

June’s served in a voluntary capacity on several Boards, including Newham Homes Ltd where they were managing over 27,000 homes before going back into Council control. She is currently serving as a Senior Independent Director (SID) on The Barnet Group (TBG) board and as a Non-Executive Director on the board of Islington and Shoreditch Housing Association (ISHA).

The provision of good, affordable social housing, and quality care and support is a key concern of June’s, and she uses her skills and experience to facilitate improvement and initiate change in this capacity where it’s needed.

MADDY SMITH, Interim Director of Operations, Quality and Housing

Maddy started her career in Health and Social care as an Employment Advisor back in 2008 following the financial crisis and being made redundant from retail banking.

Not really sure what she wanted to do next, but she knew she wanted to help people. Maddy mainly worked on DWP programmes as a regional/contract manager before joining Richmond Fellowship in 2015.

She was promoted to Interim Director of Operations, Housing and Quality in Feb 2024, after being the Deputy Director of Operations for just over 2 years and has had 4 different name badges in this time with the organisation.

She is responsible for all things Operations which includes Service Delivery, Quality, Property and Housing.

TIM ANDERSON, Director of People and Organisational Development

Tim is responsible for leading on people issues to enable Richmond Fellowship to deliver on its strategy. This includes ensuring we recruit and retain skilled employees to deliver services across the Group as well as facilitating effective people management to a workforce of over 1,200 employees.

Prior to joining Richmond Fellowship, Tim’s extensive career in human resources had been in the public sector, primarily within local government, in a number of London boroughs. He has had responsibility for people strategy, recruitment, reward, shared services, talent management and employee relations.

Much of this work related to tackling people challenges in the context of financial pressures and increasing citizen expectations in the public sector.

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