Our small, yet perfectly formed team! Our board members bring a huge range of skills, expertise and ideas.  Here’s a bit about them:


HANNAH BROOMAN Founder & Managing Director of InUnity

Hannah has worked in community development for nearly 15 years.  During this time, Hannah has worked on many successful programmes - learning from them and devising new methods of engaging with young people through the use of sport and the arts. Ideas’ is Hannah’s thing - don’t be afraid to fail, be afraid not to try! That’s why InUnity is here today!


LOUISE MILLS Chair of InUnity

Currently the Head of Health Inequalities for Telford and Wrekin Council Louise has over 15 years experience working in the public sector, with specialisms in sport, physical activity, public health and performance management.

Louise’s experience, professionalism and good friendship is exactly why she is the Chair of InUnity!  It does of course help that Louise actually practises what she preaches and enjoys keeping active!

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Steve joined the board for InUnity in June 2017 following acting as a mentor through Sported. Steve brings a wealth of experience gained through a varied business career.  He qualified as an accountant before joining PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PwC) as a management consultant.  Steve became director of finance for PwC Consulting Europe where he worked extensively with teams across Europe and the US.  Steve moved on from PwC to work as a Finance Director within  Philips Electronics and latterly became the chief operations officer for an overseas law firm.  After living abroad, Steve moved back to the UK and lives in Malvern with his wife and two sons.  He is a governor at Warwickshire College Group and enjoys tennis and playing the piano, and has recently been appointed as associate non-executive director at Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS trust.

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AMANDA CLARKE Programmes Manager (Birmingham)

Amanda heads up our programmes here at InUnity team with a wealth of experience working across various youth programmes.  Amanda has passion in abundance, and thrives on developing and delivering our key programmes in her native area of Birmingham.  She has single-handedly developed our latest programme - I aMH Aware; a conversation about mental health.  



James brings a lot to InUnity with his experience not only in the impact that community arts can have on people, but also with his knowledge of the corporate world.  James supports InUnity alongside working as a broadcaster so he knows a little bit about the world of media!  For years James has supported Hannah in her dream to run her own community organisation.



Ernie joined in October 2014 bringing with him a wealth of knowledge!  Previously a councillor for Moseley and Kings Heath (Birmingham), Ernie has been an avid supporter of InUnity and our work for several years.  Ernie also sits on the board for the West Midlands Police Crime Commissioner as well as Friendship Housing in Birmingham.  Ernie plans to help InUnity grow in Birmingham so watch this space!