Who We Are
(From left to right)
Andrea Bullivant – from a probation service background, is now working within adult education, and community group facilitiation.
Stephanie Mc Sherry – Currently working as a volunteer, Stephanie is from a Northern Ireland, recently graduated from Liverpool Hope University with Primary Education with Fine Art. She brings her creative side and knowledge of the primary classroom.
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 also an accredited Philosophy for Children trainer.
Karen Wynne – As Events Coordinator Karens role predominantly involves supporting the promotion of the work of LWC and TEESNet, and managing bookings for CPD and other events.
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.
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 is developing a informal education programme with LWC for 2012.