Sheetal is a Learning Experience Manager at Koreo leading on the design and delivery of community-based programmes.
Sam is Director of Finance at Koreo and leads on all financial planning as part of the company’s senior leadership team.
Ned is a Director at Koreo specialising in leading Koreo’s emergent learning and community development work, having joined the company in 2010.
Nathan founded ‘Almost Any How’, facilitating and coaching individuals and groups to reflect, learn and feedback more regularly, communicate more compassionately and design more collaboratively. Nathan uses systems thinking and principle to facilitate sustainable organisational change.
Mirei is a Projects Officer mainly working on coordinating and delivering the 2027 Programme, in collaboration with a range of partners across the grant-giving sector.
Mama D Ujuaje
Mama D is a community researcher, facilitator and systems transformer. She is founder of ‘Community Centred Knowledge’ and has worked across the UK, East and West Africa with women, rural and urban dwellers, facilitating journeys of learning and discovery for empowerment.
Kathy coordinates finance and people processes at Koreo working with the team and our partners across many of our programmes.
Julia’s career spans social policy and community engagement at the New Economics Foundation (NEF), the Office for Civil Society and the Greater London Authority (GLA). Julia is a 2015 Clore Social Fellow, a 2019 Churchill Fellow and a non-exec member of the CCG.
Jordana’s practice focuses on building institutional capacities to work with marginalised groups and to embed an intersectional approach to their work, which she has applied across tenure insecurity, homelessness, disaster management, young offending, HIV/AIDS and food security.
Jordan is a Senior Consultant at Koreo working to design and deliver projects and programmes across Koreo’s portfolios.
Jane specialises in individual and organisational learning. She is a qualified coach and action learning facilitator. Jane assists organisations to examine their purpose, structures and processes that enables greater clarity of vision and purpose and the delivery of more effective services.
Hormoz is a qualified coach and leadership development specialist, as well as co-director of Result CIC – an organisation that works with marginalised people to fulfil their potential and with senior staff and CEOs to support diversity and inclusion in their organisations.
Gunther is an artist and leadership coach, mentor, and action learning facilitator focusing on trust and relationship building. Gunther has over 20 years of cross-sector experience of community organising, stakeholder engagement, campaigning, leadership training and group facilitation in the UK and Germany.
Girda is an executive coach, action learning facilitator, trainer and an experienced non-exec director, with over 25 years of experience working with the NHS, as well as holding a variety of roles, including governance roles in the public, voluntary and community sectors, in the UK and Australia.
Freya Blundell Meyer
Freya is a practice designer at Koreo, managing a portfolio of cultural learning programmes with a range of partners across civil society.
Erin is a Business Development Administrator at Koreo, working on the Charityworks programme supporting business and recruitment campaigns.
Elliekem oversees a range of projects at Koreo, ranging from community based projects to leadership based projects; as well as carrying out administrative duties.
Ella is the Campaigns Executive at Koreo, working on the business development and social media campaigns across Koreo’s portfolio.
Diana is a Learning Experience Manager at Koreo with a background in supporting young leaders with their learning and development.
Craig works as Head of Projects at Koreo, responsible for the strategic development and delivery of national campaigns for our talent programmes.
Ben works across a varied portfolio of projects within our work specialising in entry routes into and through social change, focusing on coaching and leadership skills.
Ben is an experienced organisational director holding positions at NUS, and University of West London Students’ Union. He leads a variety of change management and development processes and is a sector leader in diversifying staff teams.
Ashanya works as a Learning Experience Manager at Koreo working primarily on Koreo’s flagship Charityworks talent programme.
As Koreo’s Founder and CEO, Rachel leads the company, its practice and work in partnership with the team and clients across the UK non-profit sector.
Almaas is a Learning Experience Manager at Koreo working on a range of projects and programmes focused on equity, inclusion and belonging.
Adrienne is a coach, action learning facilitator, and design thinking expert. Adrienne is a member of the British Psychological Society, holding an MSc in Psychology and an MSc in International Development, which both inform her specialism in organisational and leadership psychology.