TCC Staff Team

The TCC staff team comprises two community organisers, a part-time youth organiser, and operations lead.

The team works collaboratively with a distributed leadership structure.

Kelly, Sue, Lucy, Amy

Kelly Huxley-Roberts
community organising lead

Sue Williams
operations lead

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Kelly leads on our community organising work - everything that involves people, campaigns and learning!

Kelly joined TCC in 2019, thanks to a major Lottery Grant.  She has a background in community development, participatory research, and community-led activism.

Prior to joining TCC, Kelly set-up an award-winning peer mentoring scheme for young people in Scotland, developed a peer-education programme with young women in Bolivia, organised in Swaziland to legalise community radio and to challenge a discriminatory clause in the Sexual Offences and Domestic Violence Bill, and led a participatory research project with residents at a homeless shelter in Malta. Kelly has shared research at international conferences and in peer-reviewed journals.

Since joining TCC, Kelly has expanded our base in Flintshire and Denbighshire, developed our leaders' training/development opportunities, and has worked with community leaders on a range of issues, including: Changing Places Toilets, housing, climate change, mental health, Stop School Hunger, diversity in democracy, anti-racism, sanctuary, and support for people fleeing abuse during Covid lockdowns.

Kelly has a Masters in Adult Education for Social Change from the University of Glasgow (Distinction), a Level 3 ILM qualification in Leadership and Management and is currently working towards Level 3 Community Organising qualification. Kelly speaks fluent Spanish and German. Kelly has Sylfaen level Welsh.

Outside of work, Kelly is on the board of the Cambrian Credit Union.

Get in touch with Kelly if you have any suggestions or queries about current campaigns and our community organising training.

Amy Jones
community organiser

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Sue is our operations lead, responsible for all things finance and admin - everything behind the scenes which keeps TCC running as it should.

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 is a trustee and treasurer of a Wrexham-based Anglican church, and is currently coordinating a charity gardening project. 

 

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.

Lucy Allin
youth and migration work

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Amy joined TCC as a community organiser in 2021, to work on our Lottery-funded People-Powered North-East Wales project. As an organiser, Amy is there to support community leaders from TCC member groups to run effective campaigns to make changes that benefit our communities.

 

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 to find out more about community organising or to raise an issue for TCC to work on.

Lucy has been a youth and community organiser with TCC since 2018.

Lucy is also TCC's Safeguarding lead.

 

She previously worked in Scotland at Fife Council, Midlothian Young People's Advice Service (MYPAS) and the Airplay Youth Support Project. After moving back to North Wales, Lucy worked for the British Red Cross, whilst completing a Postgraduate Diploma in Youth Work and Community Development with De Montfort University. Lucy is learning Welsh.

Lucy has led our work on wrexham Town of Sanctuary and our partnership work with the Bevan Foundation, focusing on ensuring the voices of people who have migrated to Wales are heard in decision making.

Get in touch with Lucy if you would like to discuss youth work or the migration partnership. 

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