Our work at Public Achievement is managed by an experienced, skilled, professional and committed team of staff. We are a highly creative and innovative organisation, and our work depends on a diverse and talented staff team. Each member of the team brings a unique set of skills, experiences and perspectives to the work. Find out more below, and click on the name of any staff member to send them an email.
If you haven't been here in a while, we have several new additions to our team, so read on and find out about them!
I am Jenna Booth, the Civic Animator for the WIMPS project.
I spent most of my years after graduating from Media Studies in 2009,
volunteering in different areas of media whilst working part-time for a
Disability Charity. I volunteered for a radio station and spent a year
there before joining the WIMPS team in 2010.
Linda Harvey, WIMPS Administrator
I am the Administrator with WIMPS. I have been here 2 years and
help deal with the administration and finance of the WIMPS team.
I have worked in Finance/Administration roles for 25 years and
especially love working here, as WIMPS is a fantastic project with
a great team of staff and young people.
Michael MacBroom - Creative Content Trainer, WIMPS project
I'm the Creative Content Trainer and I primarily make all sorts of video content. I also make and deliver training resources in film production for staff and WIMPS crews and coaches. In my spare time I work on my own film projects.
I play guitar,sing a bit and dabble with the piano. I love doing creative work with young people and working on new video projects.
I have been leading Public Achievement since 2003, and was involved in establishing the organisation back in 1999. The time has flown - and even though it is a very challenging time to run a charity, our work has been growing from strength to strength.
My job is to keep our great team focused and co-ordinated and to ensure that we have the resouces we need to keep our work going well into the future. We have a very exciting range of projects, all of which are run by highly skilled teams, and involve important collaborative relationships.
Read my blog here.
Four young people are heading off to Cape Town, South Africa tomorrow to work with Bush Radio – a youth run community radio station. They are part of a United Youth programme run by youth organisation Public Achievement for unemployed young people from across Belfast.