TCC Staff Team
Lucy Allin, youth and community organiser (job-share)
Lucy joined TCC in November 2018. She previously worked in Scotland at Fife Council, Midlothian Young People's Advice Service (MYPAS) and the Airplay Youth Support Project. Since moving back to Wrexham Lucy has been working for the British Red Cross. Last year she completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Youth Work and Community Development with De Montfort University. Lucy is a Welsh learner.
Lucy also leads our work in partnership with the Bevan Foundation, focusing on ensuring the voices of people who have migrated to Wales are heard in decision making.
Chloe Gallagher, youth and community organiser (job-share)
Chloe joined TCC in May 2016. Chloe has recently studied Youth and Community work and has worked in the sector for over 7 years. Prior to joining TCC Chloe worked as a youth worker, delivering a range of projects and supporting young people identify issues and create social action projects. Chloe lives in Buckley with her husband and young children.
Sue Williams, administrative support worker
Sue joined TCC in November 2014. Sue is also the administrator for Wrexham Methodist Circuit. Prior to joining TCC, Sue spent 15 years working in recruitment. Sue volunteers with a number of local organisations; she a trustee and treasurer of St James' Church in Rhosddu, and is currently coordinating the GroWrexham project. Sue loves art, history, and learning about world religions.
Kelly Huxley-Roberts, community organiser
Kelly joined TCC as a community organiser in October 2019. Kelly is a trained linguist (German and Spanish) and developed a passion for community work through leading a team of community development volunteers in Bolivia. Since then Kelly has worked with diverse people on a range of campaigns and development projects in the UK, Europe and Southern Africa. Kelly recently achieved a Distinction in her International Masters in Adult Education for Social Change (University of Glasgow). Kelly is a Welsh learner, nature lover and salsa dancer.
Lucy Kebell, communications officer
Lucy joined TCC in July 2020, relocating from Derbyshire after growing up in Ruabon and moving away for work after University. Previously Lucy was the volunteer coordinator at the University of Derby, supporting not-for-profit organisations to recruit student volunteers. During her time at Ysgol Rhiwabon and the University of Warwick Lucy developed an interest in the charity sector and completed a leadership programme with youth charity vInspired, campaigning on three issues alongside leaders across England. Lucy has worked and volunteered with a number of organisations including Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod, Citizens Advice, Sight Support Derbyshire and community arts projects. Lucy loves walking, live music and will rarely be seen without a camera in hand.