CMAS is a small social enterprise registered with Companies House as a “Community Interest Company”.  This means that we are a non-profit making Company with any surplus going towards meeting our social aims.

CMAS is governed by constitution and managed by a team of five Directors.  We are insured by Ansvar insurance and have robust policies around safeguarding; safe recruitment; Health and Safety and management of staff.

Directors

James Evans

James Evans manages our work in Devon and leads our educational offer, including being Executive Head of the CMAS school.  James has worked with young people and their families, for over 25 years, including as an executive Headteacher of a special school and Alternative Provision Service.

Craig Davey

Craig Davey manages our work in Wiltshire and South Gloucestershire.  Craig has a background in residential care, crime prevention and youth offending, working with young people with significant additional needs for over 15 years.

Dan Tipp

Dan Tipp manages our work in Gloucestershire.  He has a postgraduate qualification in Youth work management and had been working with young people and managing volunteers for over 10 years.

Kate Tilling

Kate Tilling is our Business Manager, leading on Finance, HR and Administration.  Kate is a professionally qualified administrator with over 25 years’ experience working in the Public Sector as an administrator/Team Leader and is currently also a local Parish Clerk for her home village.

Ben Evans

Ben Evans is Director with responsibility for Business Direction, Marketing and Communication.  Ben has worked with young people since leaving school himself and has worked developing CMAS from its inception in 2013.

we are a passionate team offering a range of services to support young people