Daniel Madge is a parent carer representative on the board of EnviroAbility.
He has worked for the NHS in a variety of roles for 20 years and prior to that in the voluntary sector for an organisation supporting people with enduring mental health problems. He left Manchester eight years ago, where he worked as the Social Inclusion and Innovation Manager to work in Wales. He is currently employed as a Organisational Development Practitioner in the Welsh NHS. He has special interests in managing complex social systems, sustainability, staff engagement and leadership development.
Daniel has an BAHons from Liverpool University, a Masters Degree in NHS Management and a Diploma in Institute Personnel and Development. He has recently studied Group Dynamics at the Tavistock Consultancy Service and Complexity at Schumacher College.
In recent years he has volunteered with English Heritage to test build Neolithic Houses for the new visitor centre at Stone Henge and completed a fire walk in aid of the Bristol Children's Hospital. He is also a committee member for CCAA, a charity supporting children with Arthritis.
Daniel grew up in Hereford and currently lives in Goodrich with his wife and three children.