Authors

A wide range of people within and outside of our organisation have written for our blog. To learn more about an author and all of the posts they have written, click the writer’s name.

By using the drop-down box you can order this list by the author’s first name or sort it by the authors who have written the most.

Katey McCutcheon
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Digital team
As a Digital Intern in mid-2013, Katey wrote and edited content for our blog, updated webpages, edited copy and formatted our email campaigns.
Jo Marshall
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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.
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Media team
Beth is our lead media officer on child poverty and young refugees, migrant, traveller children and child trafficking.
Amanda Grassia
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Digital team
Amanda created social media content about our work and campaigns. She also monitored and analysed our social media channels' performance. She left the organisation in December 2013.
Chine Mbubaegbu
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Guest bloggers
Chine Mbubaegbu is a journalist, writer, and head of media and communications at the Evangelical Alliance. She is also a trustee of the Bible Society, the Christian Enquiry Agency and her local church. Chine's book, Am I Beautiful?, is published by Authentic Media.
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Leadership team
Bishop Tim is the fifteenth Bishop of the Diocese of Truro, which covers all of Cornwall, the Isles of Scilly, and two parishes in Devon. He is also a member of the House of Lords and the Chair of our Trustees Board.
Kerry Boffin
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Programme staff
Kerry supports children, young people and families in the West Midlands who are destitute or at risk of destitution due to their immigration status. She provides practical and emotional support support to ensure they have access to essentials they need such as accommodation, food, toiletries, education, legal advice and financial support.
Anthony Clarke
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Guest bloggers
Anthony is a Baptist minister and tutorial fellow in pastoral studies and community learning at Regent’s Park College in Oxford.
Sam Donoghue
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Guest bloggers
Sam works for the Diocese of London supporting and resourcing those who work with children. He is also the co-editor of Childrenswork Magazine, a national publication for church children’s workers.