When the ABI project came to Attend in 2009, I was the Chief Executive, and I was eager to embrace it enthusiastically to the organisation.
fAABI soon came into being with the specific aim of focusing on the social aspect of the lives of the client group. Following the resignation of a previous Chairman, I was asked temporarily to step into the Chair.
I agreed to take on the role because this group delivers interesting and diverse projects for those living with brain injury to get involved in. It really is great fun. However, the responsibilities of running a charity can sometimes be intimidating for the uninitiated. If by sitting in the Chair, I give others the confidence to get involved, it is the least I can do.