Tim worked as a manager and public policy consultant for many years, and is an active member of his north London church. He is helping the Centre develop projects around enterprise.
Selina engages Pentecostal churches in community organising and oversees our Buxton interns. She teaches at St Mellitus College and is a PhD student at Birmingham University.
Fr Sean is Priest of the Catholic Parish of Manor Park, and has been involved in London Citizens for almost twenty years. His work at CTC engages Catholic parishes and schools in community organising.
Sotez co-ordinates Near Neighbours, deepening relationships across faiths and backgrounds. He is a visiting lecturer at Queen Mary University of London, and a trained community organiser.
Andy has worked as a writer and broadcaster. He is working across CTC’s range of projects on communications in traditional and new media (including the London Witness training programme), as well as the Church Credit Champions Network.
Claire supports two CTC projects –Near Neighbours and London Witness – and is a member of the lay community at St George-in-the-East. She previously worked on community organising in El Salvador.
Adam is Vicar of St Peter’s, Bethnal Green. He previously worked for Holy Trinity, Brompton and CARE. He has played a key role in helping to develop our Jellicoe and Buxton programmes and teaches on community organising.
Philip is an ethicist, and is working with CTC on alternatives to exploitative payday lending. A former management consultant, he is a Deacon in the Church of England – and currently Assistant Curate at St Mary’s, Battersea.