Mates in Mind
Nicola Hodkinson of Seddon joins the Mates in Mind Board of Trustees
Mates in Mind has appointed Nicola Hodkinson, Business Services Director at Seddon, as a Trustee Board Member.
Steve Hails, Chair of Mates in Mind’s Board of Trustees said: “We are pleased to welcome Nicola Hodkinson to Mates in Mind’s Board and look forward to working together to drive our vision of empowering employers across the UK to foster mentally healthy workplaces where individuals can thrive.
“Nicola’s previous work improving mental health within the construction sector makes her an ideal addition to our trustee board.
“As a custodian of the Seddon family business, Nicola is committed to assuring longevity and a sustainable future for the organisation. This dedication to the long-term health of her family business, and central belief that there is no health without mental health, reflects Mates in Mind’s core values. We look forward to the valuable industry insight and innovative thinking that Nicola will bring to our charity.”
James Rudoni, Managing Director at Mates in Mind added: “Mates in Mind is excited to be joined by Nicola Hodkinson and look forward to our ongoing work together, making positive and long-lasting transformations to the health of our industry.”
Nicola Hodkinson, Business Services Director, said: “At Seddon, we have worked to ensure that we do business in the most responsible way possible – putting physical and mental health at the core of what we do.
“This belief is at the forefront of Jordan’s Conversation, the campaign we partnered with Mates in Mind on to address mental health care in the workplace and get our staff talking. I look forward to working closely with this invaluable charity to continue creating a dialogue on mental health across the construction industry.”
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