Josh Rogers joined our team after training with us in July 2019; he is skilled in building community and communicating about climate change. He is a welcome collaborator for delivery of our Ripple Effect Programme in secondary schools. We are planning that in 2020 Josh will be developing further work to empower young people in their school communities to address climate change.
Yasmine is an advocate for Restorative Practice at Penryn Campus where she is studying Politics and co-ordinating a project which creatively records students’ experiences of racism. Initially recruited by RJ Working as an Intern through the University of Exeter, Yasmine undertook our 3-day certificated training in October 2019. She has since become a sessional team member supporting RJ Working’s commitment to championing equalities with Cornwall’s young people through various contributions: collaborating on anti-racism project development, speaking at school assemblies and our Young People Connect for Justice Conferences.
Louise is our Schools Programme Lead, thanks to funding from the Paul Hamlyn Foundation. With a background in teaching and middle leadership in secondary schools, Louise builds relationships across Cornwall to develop our work. She is also responsible for continuous and co-produced evaluation.
Our CEO Deborah Mitchell is an active Quaker. She supervises our team developments and represents our team at Conferences nationally and internationally.
An independent Social Worker, Deborah is the RJ Working Restorative Practice lead and provider of professional supervision.