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Image by Alexander Schimmeck
Myanmar Development Observatory and Civil Society

Designing two projects to strengthen the resilience of vulnerable groups and to establish a Myanmar Development Observatory  

(UNDP Myanmar, 2022)

Image by Boudewijn Huysmans
Competency Framework and Curriculum

Team leader for a World Bank project to enhance public finance management skills in the Ministry of Finance, Lao PDR

(Lao PDR, World Bank, 2022 – 2023)

Image by EJ Wolfson
Theory of Change for Country Programme

Developed Theory of Change for UNDP Tajikistan Country Programme Document 2023-2027 (UNDP 2021 -2022)

(UNDP 2021 - 2022)

Image by Joao Cruz
Ormiston Academy Trust

Design the Theory of Change and implementation of a 3-year formative and summative evaluation system for an oracy and debating programme for schools in an Academy Trust

(Birmingham, 2020 - 2022)

Don't Settle

Supporting Beatfreeks to design and implement an on-going evaluation of a 3-year £800,000 project enabling young people of colour to articulate their heritage history and influence mainstream heritage organisations.

(Birmingham, 2019 - 2022)

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Cross Culture Coaching

Coaching senior managers from a Far Eastern background working in a large international company to better understand cultural differences, resolve conflicts and lead a diverse work force.

(London, 2019 - 2021)

Image by Benjamin Thomas
Urban Haz Feasibility Study

Feasibility study for the expansion of Urban Haz to provide more maker spaces and incubation to support the creative industry in the Black Country

(Walsall, 2019-2020)

Image by Brandi Redd
Business Mentoring

Mentoring the owner of a successful business start-up to review and re-structure the company for the next stages of business growth.

(Birmingham, 2019)

Moseley Road Baths

Worked with a local community to develop an artwork for Moseley Road Baths.  The project involved local people embroidering swimming figures, which were stitched onto lengths of fabric and permanently displayed in the reception area.  

(Birmingham, 2019)

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