I joined Wilberforce in September 2020 as the implementation lead for Health Transitions working in the Health and Caring department. I came here after 13 years at Hull Training where I taught on apprenticeships, and Level 2 and Level 3, concentrating on Teacher Training and Workforce Development.
I first graduated in Leeds in 2007 with a BA (Hons) In Playwork Theory and Practice, moving on to the University of Hull to gain my PGCE, specialising in post-16 education. Over the last 22 years I have thrived working with children, young people and adults as part of the Social Care workforce, working at The School Girl Mums’ Unit, St James University Teaching Hospital, KIDS charity, LAFSS, and teaching in Ghana, Africa.
Away from work I am keen on music (watching and performing), craft and renovation with interior design. I also work at least two music festivals a year as venue management and running craft and song workshops. I enjoy working with in the community and volunteering to make the world a little brighter.