Who We Are
Pablo Guidi – LWC’s Director with an Adult Literacy background. Pablo is particularly interested in the role that faith plays in addressing issues of citizenship at a local and global level.
Jason Ward – a drama specialist who works with issues of global citizenship. His interests lie in using theatre as a tool for behaviour change, and as an approach towards Personal Thinking and Learning Skills. Jason is an accredited Philosophy for Children trainer, Eco-Schools Assessor and FairTrade Regional Advisor.
Andrea Bullivant – from a probation service background, is now working within adult education, community group facilitiation, and leading the Teacher Education Equity and Sustainability Network (TEESNet).
Karen Wynne – As Events Coordinator & Communities Officer Karen’s role involves supporting the promotion of the work of LWC and TEESNet, and managing bookings for CPD and other events alongside developing and strengthening our community engagement.
Claire Ward – Our Finance Manager (not pictured) who provides invaluable support to all our work. She’s worked in Development Education for the last 10 years. Amazingly has the same surname as Jason, but not related!
Tom Toward – Intern Tom (not pictured) is supporting LWC with a range of website and digital media skills, and is also working with Andrea and Jason to support workshop delivery and other aspects of our work more generally.
Previous volunteers and interns
Jack Loia – One of our international interns, Jack spent much of the 2016 – 2017 academic year working with LWC in a range of roles from designing eye-catching newsletters and updating the website to supporting students into volunteering placements and workshop co-delivery.
Stephanie Mc Sherry – Stephanie supported our work as a volunteer from 2014 – 2016. Stephanie is from Northern Ireland, and graduated from Liverpool Hope University with Primary Education with Fine Art. She brought her creative side together with knowledge of the primary classroom.
Additional LWC Associates
Mike O’Brien – Since 2010, Mike has been working with the West African community in Liverpool on a health project. Mike brings over 20 years of community work experience to LWC, and developed a informal education programme with LWC in 2012.