CPO was established in 2002, and became a company limited by guarantee in 2005, making us a long-standing, well-respected organisation within the community. Although we’re no longer solely a media company, we haven’t completely strayed from our roots and still offer design, print, media and publishing services, including our own lifestyle magazine, VOXX.
Welcome, we’re CPO!
Meet some of our people…
Stephen Ryder has a background in both education and journalism and became the Managing Director of CPO in April 2006. Stephen’s daily responsibilities include managing the organisation, running projects such as Building Better Opportunities and Talent Match, and business development.
Maureen Favill is the Operations Manager at CPO. Her key role is to find ways of making the company more productive in its business operations. Maureen’s other responsibilities include supervising all employees and volunteers that come to CPO, and tutoring on our Health Buddies and Building Better Opportunities projects.
Joanne Steel is the Senior Administrator at CPO. Her duties include maintaining company documents, assisting with project delivery on programmes such as Building Better Opportunities and UKOnline, financial administration, and arranging meetings.
Paul Hardy is a Business Administrator and his duties include creating invoices and preparing publication orders, maintaining and updating company documents, and assisting with media and IT training. Paul started CPO as a regular volunteer.
Moira Mann’s roles at CPO include assisting with project delivery, as well as with our young people, adult training and accredited training. She supports young people and adults in educational and social activities, and reports to management.
Kath Wright is responsible for the delivery of our Talent Match and Grimsby Full Families projects, and her daily role involves assisting and supporting young people and adults on our various projects with their needs, from emotional support to accredited training.
Nadia Lachguer’s primary focus is our Building Better Opportunities project, though she also delivers on other projects, as well as carrying out all the BBO administration duties. She is also involved in assisting the editor with social media, blogging and VOXX Magazine.
Victoria is a Journalism graduate and the editor of VOXX magazine. Her main responsibilities are managing her team of volunteers and putting together the magazines for publication. She also manages social media activity, and works on other design projects and marketing materials.
We welcome volunteers
Although we do not often recruit for full time positions, we welcome volunteer applications. Our volunteers play a huge part in the work that we do for the local community. If you wish to apply for voluntary work within our team, please contact email@example.com or call us on 01472 240440.
Board Of Directors
Hugh is the Executive Director of Marketing for the Grimsby Institute Group, a further and higher education College based in North East Lincolnshire, Scarborough and Skegness.
Lorraine is the DWP Employer and Partnership Manager for N E Lincolnshire, whose work involves developing support, training and employment opportunities for benefit claimants through engagement with Employers and Partners across the Local Authority.
Christina is a volunteer focused Project Coordinator for Harbour Place Grimsby. With over 12 years’ experience in the voluntary sector, her role covers the recruitment, support, recognition and supervision of a dedicated team of volunteers.
Maureen Favill is CPO’s Operations Manager and began working for the company in 2010.
Michelle sits on the board of directors as she is the Editor of the Grimsby Telegraph.
Paul started at CPO on work experience through the Job Centre. He proved to be such a capable, valued member of our team that he stayed on to volunteer for us, helping out with all our projects.
Stephen Ryder joined Community Press Office in September 2004. Stephen became Managing Director in 2006 and oversaw the company’s re-branding in 2008.
Sarah has a background in drama, film and events management. She is currently delivering a lottery-funded project aimed at combating dementia through drama.
155-159 Freeman Street
Grimsby, N. E. Lincs
Phone: 01472 240 440