Mo Baldwin, Church Partnerships Communications ManagerFrom our Church team
Mo works with churches in the creation of worship resources to encourage involvement in prayer, campaigning and action, for and with children and young people.
Jo Marshall, Senior Coordinator, Good Childhood Conversations TeamFrom our Church team
Jo coordinates the Good Childhood Team's work in local areas across the country, as they measure, understand and improve children and young people’s well-being.
Kate Tuckett, Communications ManagerFrom our Church team
Kate works to resource church congregations and individuals, helping them to respond to issues affecting vulnerable and disadvantaged children and young people.
Sophie Brightwell, Church Partnerships CoordinatorFrom our Church team
Sophie supports our Church Partnerships team by coordinating meetings to organising our stall for Greenbelt, all while drinking copious amounts of tea.
Nigel Varndell, Director of Church PartnershipsFrom our Church team
Nigel leads our Church Partnerships team and manages relationships with churches. He is a busy man. He has lunch with important people and uses ice cream and cake as important team-building strategies.
Joanna Petty, FacilitatorFrom our Church team
As a facilitator for Good Childhood Conversations, Joanna leads events, carries out consultation with children and young people, and speaks about our work.
Jim Davis, Good Childhood AdviserFrom our Church team
For more than 30 years Jim has supported our community, youth and social work. He worked with children and young people across Bath and North East Somerset, specialising in working within rural and with traveller communities. He spearheads the Good Childhood Conversations initiative, generating and leading debates about childhood, with the aim of creating a better childhood.
Claudia Moynihan, Senior Co-ordinator -Good Childhood TeamFrom our Church team
Claudia provides information and support to people across the country as they take part in Good Childhood events discussing issues that affect children and young people in their area.