Meet the Team
Noah Broadbent - Managing Director
Eldest son of David and Kirsty, Noah joined the family business at a very young age, working part-time as a Support Worker whilst studying Business Management at the University of Worcester. He graduated from there with a First-Class Honours degree in 2016 and was appointed as a Director of the company. He then went on to complete a Business and Sustainability MSc at University of Leeds and when he returned to the business he was appointed as Managing Director. He has a great love for sport especially football - he is a third generation Birmingham City fan!
Kirsty Broadbent - Director
Initially training as a Registered General Nurse Kirsty has been involved with the Broad Group since its inception. With her holistic approach to care and support, Kirsty was instrumental in developing opportunities for Service Users to promote integration and social inclusion in partnership with other businesses that she manages. Kirsty runs a number of craft workshops in which the Service users participate and she is a true advocate for promoting opportunities for adults with learning disabilities and autism. In her spare time she loves to put her creative skills to work knitting and crocheting, she says it is a real stress reliever!
Josephine Fowler - 85 Bath Road
Josephine started working for The Broad Group in 1994, becoming The Registered Manager at 85 Bath Road in 2001, eventually leaving in 2019 to spend time with her family. Josephine returned to work for the Broad Group as a part time Care Quality Advisor in 2021 and in January 2023 took on the role of Manager again, in a part time capacity.
Outside of work Josephine volunteers for St Richards Hospice and Malvern Theatres. She enjoys gardening and hopes to redevelop her garden in the coming years.
Brett Lee - Domiciliary Care and Supported Living Manager
Brett worked in Psychiatric Care for many years after leaving school, enjoying this demanding and rewarding role he continued to develop his career in Social Care. Brett joined us in 2002, he is a sensitive and fun loving individual who is extremely passionate about his job. Brett holds a Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management in Health and Social Care and a Diploma in Welfare Studies. He has a natural ability to build effective relationships promoting and supporting adults with autism and learning disabilities. His free time is taken up entertaining his energetic son and walking the dog, he describes himself as a 'Geek' with a passion for anything to do with science fiction!