MEET THE TEAM
Sarah is passionate about helping organisations connect better with their audiences to inspire support and effect change. With extensive experience of working across campaigns and communications, Sarah has enjoyed a variety of positions with: Oxfam GB Greenpeace; Avaaz; the UK’s Climate Coalition; Christian Aid and many more. Her passion for sustainable living began 20 years ago on a Welsh hillside at the UK’s Centre for Alternative Technology. Sarah has recently returned to the valley with her son.
Karen has a long history of project management and administration. She has managed international development projects in Nepal and Nigeria, a climate change project for the University of Calgary, as well as theatre and dance programs, including her own dance company. Life has been a journey of following passions and currently you can find her passionately hiking and skiing in the Canadian Rockies with her dog Dorje.
Having worked for over 15 years with several NGO’s digital strategies and infrastructure, Oscar is a digital guru. Oscar also runs a Digital Development startup with offices located in México supporting local and global NGO’s digital needs. When he’s not coding he’s probably playing bass with some local band or taking a bicycle ride at the beach in the Yucatan Peninsula.
Sarah Roberts is an enthusiastic and successful fundraising professional with 20 years experience fundraising for outstanding causes including MSF and Greenpeace. Sarah’s fundraising efforts have enabled positive social change across a range of environmental and social issues all over the world in particular in Australia, Brazil, China, India, SE Asia, South Africa, UK, Netherlands, Switzerland. Sarah is a passionate advocate for practical, community focused solutions to environmental issues, for example she is actively engaged in growing and protecting solar in Australia through her leadership on the Solar Citizens Board. Away from GCCA you can find her cycling the streets of Amsterdam with her toddler.
Marcia is an experienced campaigner with 20 years of developing creative campaigning and influencing strategies to amplify climate related issues for organisations including UNHCR, Plan UK, Amnesty International, Oxfam and others. With an academic background in gender, anthropology & development, Marciabelieves passionately in the role of people-powered action in achieving lasting social and environmental change. She is also an associate for the Sheila McKechnie Foundation, providing grassroots campaign training in the UK & globally. As a fresh air enthusiast, Marcia is generally found either swimming or walking along her local Suffolk coast or exploring the UK & Europe in the family camper van.