Renee joined the NLA in 2013 and is responsible for landlord development and accreditation UK wide. She works with stakeholders to bring accreditation to the top of the agenda and the forefront of the minds of those that guide legislation and governance and where at all possible securing passporting arrangements with competitors and Local Authorities. She manages both the face-to-face and online training, developing educational content, eLearning and quality control, with member pathways to accessing landlord training and development. Renee has undertaken further training to enhance her role of train the trainer and has extensive event management experience. Renee has joined the HMO Network steering group to assist with her wide range of housing knowledge and event management skills.
Prior to joining the NLA Renee worked within the social housing sector specialising in anti-social behaviour, gaining the CIH Level 4 Diploma in Housing Studies. She also obtained one of the first qualifications in anti-social behaviour, the BTEC 1st Diploma in neighbour nuisance and case working. Renee worked her way up into tenancy management, leading and teaching a team of housing officers.
In her spare time Renee enjoys charity fundraising, sports, horse racing and is a keen marathon and ultra-marathon runner.