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We’re blessed with an experienced and dedicated Board of Trustees; steering and supporting our work, students and staff.

Tim Goulding

Tim Goulding

Chair of the Board of Trustees

Tim is a finance professional who lives in the New Forest with his wife and three young children. He is actively involved in the local church, helping out with the children’s and youth work. Tim spends most of his free time having fun out and about with his family, mostly down at the beach or in the New Forest.

Tim was a student at Moorlands between 2006 and 2008, and when the chance came to get involved as a trustee, he jumped at it. The opportunity to combine his professional skills with his passion for the vision of Moorlands is an honour.

Mary Reeves

Mary Reeves

Mary is the national Programme Co-ordinator for ‘REACH’ with Friends International in the UK and Ireland. In this role she enjoys the opportunity of equipping and enabling graduates who are passionate about befriending International Students, and introducing them to Jesus.

Mary graduated from Moorlands herself in 2016. Previous roles include being an Evangelist in training with the Michael Ots Evangelism Trust, being involved in and speaking at university mission weeks across the UK and Europe. This prepared her for a role with Lansdowne Church in Bournemouth as their Internationals Worker until 2019 when she then moved to Southampton to become Staff Worker with Friends International.

On marrying in 2020 she moved to a rural location where she now lives and is settling into a local church with her young family.

Siân Baker

Siân Baker

Siân is part of the Staff at Lansdowne Church in Bournemouth, where she works with her husband. She is involved in pastoral care, part of the Women’s Ministry Team and assists with the planning and co-ordination of services. With a background in media, she spent many years at BBC Wales in Cardiff, where she produced programmes mainly in the area of Religion and Ethics for Radio 4 & Radio Wales.

Siân is privileged to serve alongside others on the Board and regards it as an opportunity to support the College as it moves forward. She is mum to 2 grown up girls and thoroughly enjoys her role as a grandma. She appreciates a good book, listening to great music and a long walk on the beach.

Matthew Moore

Matthew Moore

Matthew is an experienced family lawyer and the senior partner of Gales solicitors. He is also the chair of Citizens Advice BCP. Matthew moved to Bournemouth 20 years ago to be part of a home church where he is still an active member. He has been married to Anna for over 15 years.

Jason Coltman

Jason Coltman

Jason has 30 years of experience as a director in the ship repair and ship building industry, skilled in operation management, finance support, MBO and business development.

With regards to faith, he attends Bransgore Community Church with his family, where he was formerly involved in the youth work for 15 years. He is on the missions team where he is responsible for the church partnership with Compassion in Ecuador, where the church sponsors 50 children. This has been running for about 6 years and he has been blessed to visit the project twice now.

Hartness Samushonga

Hartness Samushonga

Hartness is a church leader, entrepreneur and management and leadership consultant. He planted and leads Millennium Harvest Church in NE England and is involved in a number of Christian ministry and Business activities in the UK and abroad.

In addition to sitting on other boards, Hartness is an Independent Panel Member for  the Fitness to Practice Committee at the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) UK.


He is an accomplished scholar and has published various scientific articles in international academic journals on various practical theological issues and management. His scholar profile can be accessed here. Hartness is an alumni of of various universities including Harvard Kennedy School of Government. He studied and graduated for a MA in Theology at Moorlands College. He is visiting lecturer at Moorlands and other institutions in theology and and management.

Kate Pinnell

Kate Pinnell

Kate is an experienced senior HR professional with a career in retail and tour operations. In 2007 she and her husband established a boutique executive search firm specialising in finding talent for senior roles within retail and leisure both in the UK and overseas. She provides practical and operational support, HR expertise and a strategic approach.

She is actively involved at All Saints Church Milford on Sea, she leads a homegroup and is on the PCC. Kate has recently gained her BCM in worship for Winchester Diocese so regularly speaks and leads Sunday services.

She is delighted to serve God through supporting Moorlands where men and women who are passionate about Jesus are nurtured, supported, and equipped to make a real impact for God in the world.

Graham Jefferies

Graham Jefferies

Graham is a partner in a international law firm specialising in finance law. In that capacity he has worked with a number of higher educational establishments in supporting them in raising finance for their development and day to day working capital needs.

Graham is married to Danielle, who teaches in a local primary school and together they attend a local church in the New Forest. They are both actively involved in various aspects of church life and Graham is a part of the eldership team. 

Keith Brown

Keith Brown

Professor Keith Brown was the founding Director of the National Centre for Post Qualifying Social Work and Professional Practice and he is an Emeritus Professor at Bournemouth University where the social work department was ranked number 1 in the UK in the 2020 and 2021 Guardian League Table.  

 In 2005 he was awarded the Linda Ammon memorial prize sponsored by the then  Department for education and skills awarded to the individual making the greatest contribution to education  and training in the UK. He was awarded a Chartered Trading Standard Institute [CTSI]’ Institutional Hero’ award in 2017 recognising the significance of his research into financial fraud and scams .

He sits on the DHSC safeguarding advisory board , the joint DHSC and MOJ National Mental Capacity Leadership forum and the Home Office Joint Financial task force.

He has written over 35 text books in the fields of social work and leadership and is particularly known for his contributions in the areas of Mental Capacity and Leadership.

 For the past 7 years he has led the National research into fraud and scams on behalf of the National Trading Standards Scams team and the Chartered Trading Standards Institute.

 Since his retirement from a full time academic post he has been the Independent Chair of the NHS Safeguarding Adults National Network the Chair of the Worcestershire Safeguarding

Adults Board and the Chair of Love Southampton a body that represents 3 food banks and 4 debt advice centres in Southampton.