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Senior Management Team

Adam Moll

Director of Criminal Justice and Complex Needs
Adam has spent most of the past decade working in criminal justice in a variety of roles spanning operations, research, policy and business development. His previous employers include the Youth Justice Board, Safe Ground and the Mental Health Foundation, where he published research on dementia in prisons, the first report of its kind in the UK. A passionate advocate of evidence-based approaches, Adam has participated in a range of cross-sector research projects, including the Ministry of Justice’s Justice Data Lab initiative. Adam holds a master’s degree in public policy from the University of Pennsylvania and is also the chair of trustees for Playing ON, a small theatre company working in mental health and criminal justice settings.

Mandy Bulman

Head of Service
Mandy Bulman is the Head of Service for Pathways to Independence’s ex-offender supported Housing in Maidstone. She oversees a team of staff who manage the day-to-day running of the projects. Part of the wider Senior Management Team and Social Housing Group, Mandy has 20 years’ experience in Housing support, Management and Statutory Compliance and Asset Management. She works closely with local authorities around Kent to ensure that Pathways’ residents receive the best support available and that long term success, continued funding, and the values of the organisation are at the forefront of everything we do. Mandy is also lead on the Maidstone Borough Council Housing First pilot project and manages two Housing First co-ordinators to support rough sleepers and homeless ex-offenders into permanent accommodation in the Kent community.

Michael Bourne

Head of Service
Michael is currently Head of Service, Medway for Pathways to Independence. He has worked in the homeless sector for over 20 years across Kent and Medway. He has worked for Porchlight as the West Kent Outreach Manager, at Kenward Trust as the Head of Resettlement and for Moat Homes Ltd. managing the Colebrook Road homeless hostel and move on accommodation in Tunbridge Wells. Michael was also a lead management committee member of the pilot Tunbridge Wells Winter Shelter in 2012. He re-joined the committee which now oversees the development of the Mosaic Resource Centre in 2018. Michael has also been a Trustee of Choices (formerly North Kent Women’s Aid) domestic abuse charity since 2010. Michael has until recently chaired the Homeless Forum in Medway for four years and currently chairs the Medway Rough Sleeper Task and Finish group.