I want to meet other passionate change makers who have lived experience in making and doing good. I want to contribute to the organisations GFN supports and learn from others who are already out there, doing their bit too. I'm excited to develop my passions for youth and community in a stimulating environment, taking home new ideas to the places where I work and volunteer.
Hannah's 'getting stuff done' manifesto
I've worked with young people and community development from the age of 14 when I set up a family arts and community festival on one of the most deprived council estates in the North East. Since then I've been instrumental in setting up a social enterprise in Oxford, using innovative community building techniques like co-design and interactive working groups. Along the way I've led numerous youth groups, and community events and lived in an intentional community house, opening up the home as part of a small community committed to supporting hard to reach families in Oxford. I now work supporting strategy at a children's charity. I bring a unique perspective on the importance of faith-based groups in developing community as well as both a professional and personal commitment to developing youth people through community organising and family-based interventions.
Part of the movement for 10 years
- 0 challenges
- 80 collaborators
- 1 gig
- Attended the Future Youth gig in London on Friday 25th