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Head Office Management Team

We have a small, dedicated team of professionals at our Head Office who provide Training, HR, Business Administration and Finance support for the whole of the organisation.

Operational Team


Aga Zurecka
Mental Health & Capacity Act Lead
I am responsible for monitoring organisational compliance with Mental Capacity Act and Mental Health Act law. I support our staff team to understand the essential principles and components of the law through delivery of training and quality assurance processes. We are committed at Liaise to deliver person centred support, one that is enabling, encouraging and promoting service users independence. I find working in this sector self rewarding. I am also Proact-Scipr-Uk instructor and I promote its philosophy.
Russell Day
Head of Quality and Performance
I am an experienced Senior Manager in public and private sector social and health care organisations covering all client groups. Previous roles have included business and project management, operations management, business development, quality, compliance and performance roles.
Lindsey Steele
Operations Manager (Supported Living)
Kristen Deeley
Kristen Deeley
Operations Manager
I began working in health and social care at 18 as a student nurse, specialising in paediatrics. I then took a change in career and began working with adults with learning and physical disabilities. I started working for Liase in 2009 as a support worker. I became Deputy Manager of Lulworth in 2013 and progressed to Manager at Blake in 2014. In 2016 I became the Registered Manager for Blake and Lulworth where I remained very happily until my maternity leave. I have always been incredibly passionate about enabling the individuals we support to experience as many opportunities as possible that will enrich and fulfil their lives. I maintain a keen interest in supporting individuals with complex health and finding new and innovative ways to motivate and drive staff to deliver high quality care holistically, with the individual at the centre of all we do.
Karly Mason
Karly Mason
Regional Manager Liaise
Alexandra-Moldryzkova
Alexandra Moldrzykova
Operations Manager
I joined the company in March 2013 and over the years became a Registered Manager of Sansa House, Glebelands and Karibu Place, and an Area Manager in June 2017. I pride myself in managing the team in Sansa House that achieved an overall ‘Outstanding’ rating from CQC inspection in 2017 and again in 2020. I am a PROACT-SCIPr-UK® Instructor, ‘Mental Health First Aider’ and Autism Ambassador for Liaise.
Susan Parish
Susan Parish
Regional General Manager
I have worked in social care for over 30 years. I Commenced my work in social care as a support worker then a registered manager, becoming a Regional manager and have been in this role since 2011. Initially I trained as support worker completely my NVQ qualifications and was one of the first tranche of trainees gaining my Registered Managers award. I joined Liaise December 2020. I was attracted to work for Liaise because of their commitment in supporting people with Learning disabilities and Autism, ensuring their place in society is a present and active one. I ensure all homes in Liaise Basingstoke are supported and meeting all required CQC standards. I really enjoy seeing the people we support and the great staff teams who give their all every day. Outside of work, I like to spend time with my son and family; attend to my garden and growing vegetables. I also enjoy doing lots of walking particularly in the quieter places near where I live.
Erika Aldridge
Erika Aldridge
Regional General Manager
Erika joined the social care sector 15 years ago and has progressed her career in operations at a regional and national level, supporting vulnerable adults with dementia and adults with learning disabilities and complex behaviour. Erika has worked as a director with senior teams and executives, writing strategy and bringing about effective and meaningful change in the social care sector. Erika feels passionate about delivering services that are safe, effective, and person-centred, driven by the needs and aspirations of the people we serve. By taking the exciting step of launching the Liaise brand we have started the important process of building a strong employer brand. I have a vision to evolve Liaise to become market leader, an exemplar and business of choice in our sector. I am seeing this as exciting journey, full of hope, opportunity, and growth.
Holly Pullinger
Head of Property
Robert Dalrymple
Robert Dalrymple
Chief Operating Officer
I have worked in health and social care for 12 years, starting as a Support Worker whilst at university. Since then I have worked up through management, becoming a Registered Manager, Area Manager and Business Manager. I joined the company in January 2016 and subsequently became the Chief Operations Officer overseeing all operational aspects of Liaise as we have grown into a much larger business. Outside of work, I'm mostly being dad spending time with my wife and children. If I'm not with them you'll find me at the beach kitesurfing or in the woods mountain biking. I also enjoy going to the gym, riding my motorbike and have recently stated to learn how to play the guitar.

Finance Team


Sheri Ruiz
Sheri Ruiz
Financial Controller
Connie Salmon
Connie Salmon
Finance Director
I joined Liaise in July 2020 which was my first move into the social care sector. I started to train as a chartered accountant 16 years ago working in all areas of Finance initially auditing in practice, then to work at a FTSE 100 where I had the opportunity to travel abroad to other offices around the world and, more recently, private equity backed businesses. Since joining Liaise I was heavily involved in the sale of the business to our new shareholders, Intriva, and as a member of the Executive Team have played a part in all key decision making. I wanted to join Liaise because I think what the business offers is something so important and I wanted to be proud of who I worked for. Outside of work, I like the simple things! Walks and bike rides, seeing my family and friends, and seeing new places.

Sales Marketing


Mark Horton
Mark Horton
Head of Sales and Marketing
I began working for Liaise in 2015. I have worked in social care for 33 years in both children’s and adult services. I have training and experience working with both adults and children who have Learning and Mental Health needs and Autism, EBD, Deafblind, physical support needs and severe challenging behaviour. My roles have included Registered Manager, Area and Operational Senior Management Roles and Executive Chair of a County Care Association. I have extensive training in behaviour management through the IABA and qualified as a non-crisis intervention trainer. Other qualifications held include Advanced DMS (level 7), NVQ level 4 in Care and Registered Managers Award Level 4. I find it very helpful to be able to draw upon my broad operational and management experience within my role for Liaise.
Human Resources and Training

Payal Puri
Payal Puri
HR Manager
Prior to working at Liaise I worked in various management roles for Tesco’s before becoming a HR Manager there for 5 years. I joined in 2015 as a HR Advisor before being promoted to HR Manager. I am CIPD qualified.

Head Office Manager


Louise Wiggs
Office Manager
I have been working for Liaise for over 12 years and so have a fantastic knowledge of the organisation. I really enjoy my job and being at the forefront of supporting both staff and individuals using our services brings me a lot of satisfaction. I have a very good relationship with the staff at all of our services and know they trust me to keep things running smoothly.

Therapeutic Services


Tessa Buckfield
Tessa Buckfield
Lead Behaviour Analyst
I am the Lead for the Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) team and joined in April 2020. I have worked in health & social care for 9 years and began as a support worker for adults with Autism & Learning Disabilities while at University. I studied to become a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) and have since worked in inpatient and community settings to support adults to improve their quality of life, build new skills and reduce behaviours of concern. My approach to implementing PBS in our services involves a hands on, practical application to ensure consistent implementation and achieving measurable outcomes.
Lene Vessey
Lene Vessey
Head of MDT
I am the Occupational Therapy Lead for Liaise. My team and I are here to help carry out activities that service users want to do and/or need to do. We help each person find ways to carry on living the life that they want to and to remain as independent as possible. We support the service users to maintain, regain and develop their functional level despite difficulties that they may face.
Tessa Buckfield
Tessa Buckfield
Lead Behaviour Analyst
I am the Lead for the Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) team and joined in April 2020. I have worked in health & social care for 9 years and began as a support worker for adults with Autism & Learning Disabilities while at University. I studied to become a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) and have since worked in inpatient and community settings to support adults to improve their quality of life, build new skills and reduce behaviours of concern. My approach to implementing PBS in our services involves a hands on, practical application to ensure consistent implementation and achieving measurable outcomes.
Lene Vessey
Lene Vessey
Head of MDT
I am the Occupational Therapy Lead for Liaise. My team and I are here to help carry out activities that service users want to do and/or need to do. We help each person find ways to carry on living the life that they want to and to remain as independent as possible. We support the service users to maintain, regain and develop their functional level despite difficulties that they may face.