Tammy has worked in the housing sector for over 20 years, with her current role as Deputy Executive Director including responsibility for General Needs and Independent Living, Community Safety, Income Collection and Financial Inclusion, Progress Connect, Leasehold and Service Charges, Community Involvement and Progress Lifeline. She has a BA Hons in Urban Policy and Race Relations, post graduate diploma in Housing as well as being a member of the CIH, where Tammy is an active mentor to other housing professionals.

Tammy takes a lead in a number of strategic areas for the organisation including helping tenants into employment, training or education through Progress Futures; health and wellbeing as the National Housing Federation representative and a member of the Lancashire Health and Wellbeing Board; Whyndyke Garden Village board member; welfare reform and social value lead internally.