Could you be a volunteer Governor?

We are midway through this year’s national volunteers week. As part of our Governor awareness celebrations we are kicking off this sunny Monday morning with a profile from Lachman Jassi.

Lachman Jassi

Lachman is one of three a public Governors representing the Black Country. As part of his role, Lachman sits on the Trust’s membership engagement panel, which focuses on the best ways to communicate with our membership* as well as local communities.

Talking about his role Lachman said: “I feel that being a public governor in the Black Country for WMAS has given me the opportunity to find out more and play a part in how the service is run. It has given me an insight into how the service resolves operational demand with its unique methods.

“As a Governor, I feel I can give views, which I would hope are useful for the service.”

Lachman’s working background was in the manufacturing and engineering industry, particularly production and design. Lachman also volunteers as a Magistrate, sitting in a variety of courts throughout the Black Country and sometimes in other judiciary areas. This is something that he has been doing since 1999.

*To sign up as a member and receive information about your ambulance service please visit Members must be over the age of 16 and live within the area covered by the Service (Birmingham, Black Country, Worcestershire, Herefordshire, Shropshire, Coventry, Warwickshire and Staffordshire).

If you are interested in finding out more about becoming a Governor for WMAS and would like us to notify you of when a vacancy within your local area becomes available, please contact us via with your name, where you live and contact details.


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