Pine Court Housing Association is governed by a Board consisting of six (five independents and one executive) members.

The Board members act as part of the Board of Directors; defining the strategic direction of the organisation. Through good governance and performance management arrangements, they will ensure the efficient running of the business of Pine Court Housing Association.

Paul Musa - Chair

  • MBA – Bolton Business School
  • Over 26 year’s management and directorship experience, in the Engineering and Construction training industry
  • Experience developing and maintaining business relationships with a wide range of agencies and organisations, in both private and public sectors
  • Currently Chief Executive of North West Training Council in Liverpool, responsible for £4m turnover projects, managing 70 full time and 30 part time staff

Colin Gibson

  • Chartered Member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)
  • Over ten years’ experience of running strategic and operational human resources functions within the housing sector

Shelley Huang

  • Part Qualified Accountant (ACCA) BPP
  • AAT fully qualified
  • Over 25 years of experience working in the financial sector
  • Currently working at Pierhead Housing Association as a Finance Officer
  • Fluent in both spoken and written English and Chinese Mandarin

Moira Woo

  • Full-time employee of Central Liverpool Credit Union, previously a volunteer for five years
  • Tenant of Plus Dane, with understanding of housing issues and the impact of Welfare Reform
  • Passionate about supporting residents, having chaired a local Residents Association
  • Worked with Pine Court residents to solve issues in a Residents Association role

Steve Gow

  • Extensive experience of working in Senior Management roles in local authorities and the housing sector
  • Now retired, Steve was previously Area Relationship Director for Knowsley Borough Council addressing issues around education, environment and social inclusion
  • Previously a board member for Age Concern UK
  • Has experience within the voluntary sector and as a governor in primary and secondary schools.

Roy Williams

  • Roy is a professionally qualified fellow of the Chartered Institute of Housing and has a Masters in Business Administration (MBA)
  • Roy is the Chief Executive of the Sovini Group and One Vision Housing and holds a number of non-executive director positions with external organisations
  • He is currently on the Boards of One Vision Housing and The Sovini Group