For 15+ years I have worked as a consultant on international development projects helping people to access, share and use evidence and learning. I’m particularly good at helping people exchange learning through virtual workshops, meetings and discussions groups. Although I work from home in West Sussex, I enjoy leading or being part of a project team and working with people who share my pro-environment values.
Trained in Social and Therapeutic Horticulture, I am also a part-time Horticultural Therapist in a primary school where I use gardening and outdoor learning to support children with a range of special educational needs. My goal is to help teachers take as much learning outdoors as possible and love finding ways of linking gardening and the natural environment to the school curriculum.