The TVA Board

Professor Malcolm Prowle


After a long career I decided to work part-time. I wanted to give something back to the community and so I accepted the invitation to join the TVA Board.

Lorraine Morgan

Vice Chair

Lorraine is the Chair on the Gwent Citizen Panel, and also Action for Elders UK Trust, which is based in Wales. Past roles included in the academic field as a lecturer on nursing & ageing and Welsh Government adviser.

Robert James


Robert was Chief Accountant for ABF and Private Enterprise Companies, also Trustee Director and Chair of the Trustee Pension Board of Burton’s Foods. Volunteer roles as President Welsh Amateur Swimming Association. Director Swim Wales and subsidiary companies and holds voluntary Charity & Director roles.

Cllr Richard Clark

Company Secretary

Richard's been a Torfaen Borough Councillor since May 2004 and is Deputy Leader and Executive Member for Education. Richard is also an Independent Member of Aneurin Bevan University Health Board

Barry Holroyd

Board Member

Barry retired from the Civil Service in 1995 and has been a member of various boards since including Eastern Valley Housing Association, Melin Homes and has been a member of the TVA board since 2015.

Matt Jones

Board Member

Matt is Finance Director at Dwr Cymru Welsh Water joining the Board in 2021 and bringing a wealth of experience from the commercial sector.

Cllr Richard Overton

Board Member

Richard is one of the County Councillors for New Inn Ward. Also the Chair of Healthier Communities Overview and Scrutiny Committee and a member of Pontypool Community Council.

Owen Stacey

Board Member

Owen has been a Board Member at TVA since January 2021. He is Social Value Manager at Morgan Sindall and is passionate about cross-sector collaboration to deliver community benefits in Wales.

Professor Gaynor Kavanagh

Board Member

Gaynor Kavanagh is a professor of museum studies and the former Dean of Cardiff School of Art and Design, Cardiff Metropolitan University. She was on the Senedd Cymru Expert Panel reviewing local authority museums in Wales,published in 2015. Originally from Pontypool, her family are from Varteg and Blaenavon.

David-Hartwell Williams

Board Member

David has worked in the third sector, civil service and local government. His last role was supporting the Gwent RPB, linking social care and health. He is also a director of Blaen Bran Community Woodland.