Our Office Team


Pronouns? She/her

Who are you? I am someone passionate about social justice, the disability rights movement and the fundamental importance of our transformative adult-to-adult approach.

Your role? Director

Your passion projects? I am interested in personal development and collaborative ways of working within diverse communities. I am proud the Becoming Visible campaign!



Pronouns? She/her

Who are you? The administrator.

Your role? Keeping the wheels turning and the plates spinning!

Your passion projects? Family, friends, my garden and a fairer, kinder world.



Pronouns? They/them

Who are you? I’m an Events Coordinator. 

Your role? I work with our members, our communities and manage partnerships. I also coordinate the Let’s Talk about Sex program. Got an idea? Let’s make it happen!  

Your passion projects? Anything LGBTQ+ and/or talking about sex!



Pronouns: She/Her

Who are you?: I am passionate about mindfulness and mental health. I work to equip people with skills to reduce social isolation and increase meaningful connection with themselves and the world around them. I enjoy working with people to realize their potential and live fulfilling lives. I love being outdoors.

Your role: Events and Communications Coordinator – working alongside Rosy, Clare and the Ambassadors to create and communicate the programme of member lead events via the magazine and social media platforms.  

Your passion projects: Ecotherapy, Rites of Passage, Yoga and free movement – finding ways these worlds intersect and bringing that to people in meaningful ways.


Pronouns: She/her

Who you are: I am someone who is really interested in people. I love getting to understand how different people learn and develop, and finding ways to support this.

Your role: I do lots of different things at get2gether, but one of my main roles is developing and facilitating the courses. 

Your passion projects: The Live Your Life Course has been my passion project, collecting together and making accessible tools for wellbeing and personal development so that adults with disabilities can become more self-determined and live life the way they want.


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