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Soha welcomes its new Chief Executive

Soha welcomes its new Chief Executive

New Chief Exec Kate Wareing

A new Chief Executive has joined Soha Housing.

Kate Wareing brings a vast amount of housing sector and leadership experience to Soha. She has over fifteen years’ experience working for housing and social sector not for profit organisations delivering, commissioning and managing services. This includes working for Cherwell Housing Trust, Oxfordshire County Council and, more recently as Director of the UK Poverty Programme for Oxfam GB. 

Since then, Kate has run her own business, Butterfly UK and Global Consultancy, delivering over 20 projects to support organisations to develop their strategies, build their organisational capacity and implement change. 

Kate is qualified with the Chartered Institute of Housing and was previously Chair of Cottsway Housing Association.

Vic Breach, Chair of the Board and a Soha tenant said: “I am delighted to welcome Kate. After over 20 years of success, Soha has now become a mutual housing association with tenants having a large say and control over what we do. We have high tenants’ satisfaction, great services and an excellent record of building new homes for people in housing need. Kate will now be joining us at this exciting time to continue putting tenants at the heart of what we do. Her wide experience and clear commitment will help Soha remain one of the best housing associations in the future.” 

Kate plans to continue developing both new homes and the offer to Soha’s residents and communities. She said: “I am delighted and excited to join as Chief Executive. Soha is an organisation I have long had huge respect for that is committed to the communities it serves, and to putting residents at the heart of its business. I look forward to working with residents, staff, our partners and the board to continue Soha’s success”. 

Kate succeeds Richard Peacock who retired in June. 

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