Geanna Bray

Director of Housing, Support and Customer Services

Geanna joined saha in June 2007, and is the Director of Housing, Support and Customer Services.

Geanna graduated from Kingston Uni with a BA (Hons) degree in Applied Social Science and then followed this up with a post-graduate qualification in Housing from the London School of Economics. Geanna has been a member of the Chartered Institute of Housing since 1989.

When at home, there isn’t really time for a lot of ‘down time’, but apart from walking her beautiful wire-haired fox terrier Hector, when she can, Geanna likes to watch her son play cricket, and listen to his band.

What saha means to me:

“When I think of what saha means to me, it’s all about the inspiration of our mission ‘transforming lives’. When I think of saha generally, I think ‘people’ – in particular, our amazing residents and all of our incredible staff teams who work with them to achieve our mission and deliver great services. I feel fortunate to work with people who are so committed, and passionate about improving performance, and looking critically at what we do to take us from good to great.”

Geanna Bray

Director of Housing, Support and Customer Services

Other SAHA Team Members

Pat Cross

Head of Housing, Care & Support Services

Pat is responsible for overseeing the generic housing management and fund raising activities across a dispersed area. She specialises in General Needs, Sheltered, Rough Sleepers, Mothers and Babies and Foyer accommodation.

Tony Bacon

Director of Asset Management

Tony joined Saha in August 2009 and has overall responsibility for saha's asset management functions, including development, major repairs, maintenance and servicing programmes.

Nigel Parrington

Chief Executive and Board Member

Nigel is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Housing. He has been involved in a variety of NHF and CIH working groups and as a board member of other housing associations. He is a Company Director of Kingsown. He was appointed to the saha Board in September 2006.