Bradford Birth to 19, Director
Christian’s passion for education spans a number of years in senior roles, formerly in schools and presently as a Partnership Board member for the Bradford Opportunity Area. He has led the development of Bradford Birth to 19 from inception, building a collaborative alliance of 150 schools, together with the Public Health, community, university research and local government sectors.
National Early Years Projects Lead
Andrea has worked in Early Years for over 30 years. This includes 20 years working for local authorities, as a consultant supporting practitioners, and most recently with Bradford Birth to 19.
Head of Partnerships
Rebecca has worked in Early Years for over 30 years. She has held leadership roles in both the charitable and private sectors, in the UK and internationally. Her passions for early childhood alongside the value of play and informal learning for all ages has led to her sitting on a number of voluntary advisory boards.
Marketing and Business Development Lead
Verity has been working and volunteering in the charity sector for over 5 years. She is passionate about making learning fun and accessible for all, having previously worked for a disability charity that enables disabled children to actively access engaging movement opportunities and gain functional skills.
50 Things Project Officer
Rachael has been volunteering with families in local communities and beyond for over a decade. Previously a 50 Things Enthusiast, Rachael is bringing that same enthusiasm and more to her role of Project Officer.
Business Development Officer
After 10 years of work as a Marketing and Sales Director in the automotive industry, Anna moved to work in education. As a Secondary School Manager, Anna was the initiator of various projects for children in financial and media literacy, ecology and public speaking. Anna moved to the UK and joined the 50 Things to Do Team in June 2022, and has since become our Business Development Officer. Anna believes in the power of education to change the world.
Since 2011, Rosie has volunteered and worked with young people and adults with additional needs across charitable projects, colleges, and schools. Also a parent of 3 young children, Rosie has a particular interest in inclusivity and how we can maximise everyday opportunities to develop communication and interaction.