Chris Burman-DayFrom our Guest bloggers
Lizzie Murray, Social Media Community ManagerFrom our Digital team
As our Social Media Community Manager, Lizzie manages our social media profiles, keeps our content up to date and keeps our fans and followers engaged.
Lea Mühlstein, Rabbi, West London SynagogueFrom our Guest bloggers
Part of the rabbinic team at West London Synagogue, Rabbi Lea is involved in all aspects of synagogue life. In particular, she works with lay leaders to maintain and expand social action programmes, including the monthly asylum seeker drop-in centre, as well as interfaith initiatives.
Matt Summers-Sparks, Digital EditorFrom our Digital team
Working across our organisation, Matt coordinates blog posts and edits our website.
Gillian Claugher, Director of Regional Fundraising and DevelopmentFrom our Fundraising and events team
Gillian manages our very talented regional fundraising and development team, which raises over £5m annually through fundraising events, campaigns, athletic challenges, and by supporting our many supporters in their own fundraising activities.
Joe Waterton, Director of Partnership DevelopmentFrom our Fundraising and events team
Joe leads on the development of strategic partnerships from funders and donors to raise long-term funding for our programmes supporting children in poverty and adolescent neglect.
Stefan Van Houwe, Fundraising InternFrom our Fundraising and events team
Stefan is an intern in our fundraising team.
Samantha Pena, Digital Marketing InternFrom our Digital team
As a digital intern, Samantha wrote and edited Facebook, Twitter and blog posts, and helped to manage the intern and volunteer blogs.
Emma Ball, Artist and DesignerFrom our Guest bloggers
Emma Ball is a Nottingham based artist and designer who has been supporting our work since 2010, and has designed a number of exclusive products to raise funds for our work.
Lloyd Chapman, Information and Resource Officer | Include ProgrammeFrom our Programme staff
As part of our Include Programme, Lloyd works on the Prevention through Partnership programme involving young carers affected by parental substance misuse, mental ill health and parental imprisonment