Barry started work as a community development worker in 1978 and has mainly worked in the Brighton & Hove and south east of England area, including estates in Shoreditch, Woolwich, Brixton and Deptford. He is a qualified Community & Youth Worker and Social Worker. In 1984 he started working in the Hangleton area of Hove, building The Hangleton & Knoll Project to become an award winning exemplar of community development and one of the first community led regeneration schemes in the country.
Joanna joined the Trust for Developing Communities as a Projects Manager in July 2009. She has a background in participatory community development, working with development projects over the last 15 years.
Kaye joined the Trust in April 2009 having worked in community development and regeneration for 19 years. During that time she recruited and managed teams of community workers, co-ordinated national resident training programmes, evaluated government involvement policies, wrote community development strategies for local authorities and researched new models of delivering local services.
After 11 years working in community development in Salford & London Kings Cross, Linda moved to Brighton in 2002, to work with Brighton & Hove Council's community development team. In 2003 she took a job with the newly-formed Trust for Developing Communities - initially to work on the Neighbourhood Action Plan (NAP) for Bevendean. Working in a part time capacity for the Trust ever since, Linda has managed various projects and also produced NAPs for Coldean and the Triangle (Lewes Road/Upper Lewes Road) area.