Facilitators

Facilitators

Noel Earley | I have more than 30 years experience in leadership and operational management roles with a focus on developing and maximising team capability.

My approach and expertise reflect my leadership experience in a variety of senior positions. In short, I have had to ‘walk the talk’. I am motivated by ‘wanting to help those who want to help others’ and is determined to offer solutions that are both practical and directly support the client’s culture and business objectives.

 

 

Kate Harcus | As a natural facilitator I enjoy meeting people, building rapport and then utilising my knowledge of situations or opportunities to create links that are mutually beneficial to all parties involved. With over nine years’ experience in an advisory role to businesses and third sector organisations within North West England and North East Wales, I have developed a strong understanding of different sectors and industries. Subsequently, I have a keen interest in assisting companies to create new relationships with their local communities to fulfil their business requirements, whilst also enhancing their local area. As a result of this work, I have established a wide range of valuable contacts within businesses, charities and communities, along with many networks throughout this geographical area.

 

 

Mark Richardson | I describe myself as a social entrepreneur for hire; setting up, supporting and measuring the impact of social enterprises in Wales and around the world. I co-founded my first social enterprise when I left university aged 21, providing employment for homeless people in the UK.  The success of the venture led to my advising the UK government on social enterprise and homelessness.

Since then I’ve supported the development of over a hundred social enterprises across Wales, the UK and internationally. As Director of Social Enterprise at Bangor University, I launched and managed a Masters in Social Enterprise.  I’ve led research into social enterprise across five continents and love the opportunity to learn how social entrepreneurs are changing the world in countries from Wales to Brazil to Sudan. I particularly enjoy using Social Return on Investment (SROI) to demonstrate the value of what they are doing.

 

Menna Jones | A committed and experienced social entrepreneur with established links with the social enterprise sector throughout Wales. Bilingual, community-focused, committed to equal opportunities and integration. Experienced in leading and establishing a social enterprise workforce, training and employing people with learning disabilities/disadvantaged, mentoring and coaching. Skilled in growing sustainable community-based enterprises.

 

 

 

Ann B Carroll | I am a Youth and Community Worker by trade, and my career spans 37 years across England and Wales from working in Community Development, Local Authorities Economic Development, to presently working as a consultant and Life Coach. I have worked alongside Private, Voluntary  Social Businesses for the major part of my working life, offering support and guidance to new starts, through to growth and working with large multi-million Social Businesses. I was key to working with the sector in Conwy for them to gain ‘Social Enterprise Place’.  I am a passionate and motivated person who loves to see individuals and organisations blossom. 

 

 

Dave Roberts | I have a highly experienced practitioner, passionate about leadership who has worked at strategic/operational levels within the public/private sectors, at National and International levels.

A highly qualified professional educationist who is adept in translating underpinning knowledge into a practical sense, with extensive experience in accredited/bespoke training and development support.

 

 

 

 

Haydn Wyn Jones | A greatly experienced instructive professional with wide-ranging experience as a support worker, project manager, and coach.

I am proficient in project managing in various projects in a social enterprise, with knowledge in coaching at elite youth level.