TCC Staff Team
The TCC staff team comprises two community organisers, a youth organiser, an operations lead, a communications officer, and an income generation officer.
The team works collaboratively with a distributed leadership structure.
Income Generation Officer
Amy joined TCC as a community organiser in 2021, to work on our Lottery-funded People-Powered North-East Wales project. A recent switch in roles sees Amy become our Income Generations Officer, applying her considerable skills and knowledge base to the core functioning of the organisation and staff team.
Amy has enjoyed working with others to make positive change for over 17 years. She has worked locally with Groundwork North Wales, and volunteers as a trustee with Wrexham CAB and Homegrown at Park in the Past. She has also worked and volunteered nationally and internationally with VSO and Oxfam.
You can get in touch with Amy here.
Sue is our operations lead, responsible for all things finance and administration - everything behind the scenes which keeps TCC running as it should.
Sue joined TCC in 2014. Sue is also the administrator for Wrexham Methodist Circuit. Prior to joining TCC, Sue spent 15 years working in recruitment.
Sue is a trustee for Wrexham Mission Area, and The Wrexham (Parochial) Education Foundation. Sue volunteers with a number of local organisations; she the treasurer of a Wrexham-based Anglican church, coordinates a charity gardening project, and is part of the Caia Food Club team.
You can get in touch with Sue about anything finance or admin related, or if you need to be signposted to the right member of the staff team.
David joined TCC in March 2023 as a community organiser to work on our Lottery-funded People-Powered North-East Wales project. David will be working throughout North East Wales to ensure that people's voices are heard and for them to make a positive change in their communities. David has over 20 years of experience as a youth worker working for local authority, a nation wide charity with participation at it's core and a Wrexham based community led organisation.
In his free time David enjoys walking and exploring local heritage and is a Wrexham AFC supporter season ticket holder who is enjoying the rollercoaster of a ride since the takeover and the positive contribution it has played in the Wrexham community.
Contact David here.
Dr Stephen Kenyon-
Stephen joined TCC in 2022. His background includes extensive experience as a Senior Lecturer in Higher Education, heavy involvement in the creative and arts scenes, being also a writer, researcher, creative, and musician.
Most of all, he is fascinated by the stories we tell, and how they shape the fabric of our existence.
You can get in touch with Stephen here.
Bobbi has extensive experience working with Wrexham’s creative community, offering networking and marketing support.
For several years, she has worked and volunteered in the third sector and is always looking for innovative ways to create social impact and support communities.
You can get in touch with Bobbi here.
Youth and Community Organiser
Ruth joined TCC as a youth and community organiser in 2022. Ruth first experienced the power of youth work services during her teenage years. Ruth was invited to take part in an initiative that trained young people as youth mentors, and then visited other youth clubs and groups to share experiences and deliver informal educational programmes to her peers. This was Ruth's first experience of being heard and valued as a young person, and as a result was the catalyst and inspiration for the work Ruth chose to pursue to this day. Empowering young people to find their voice and arming them with the tools to challenge social injustice is a legacy Ruth is a product of and wishes to continue.
Ruth wants to work to make youth organising more inclusive and accessible, and has an interest in combining organising and the arts.
You can get in touch with Ruth about anything youth related.