Meet the TeamConnectUs

Micha Woodworth

Project Manager

As a young person, I was always keen to get involved with community activities …organising my first street party in Birkenhead at the age of 10! I was never afraid to get stuck in and always wanted influence positive change and community togetherness. Throughout my studies I was constantly seeking different ways of supporting in the community and took on many duties and new challenges outside of my studies. I have volunteered and worked for a variety of organisations in different parts of the Northwest in the Third and Public Sector working often with vulnerable families.

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Shelly Daverin

Senior Community Connector

Shelly used to work for Involve Northwest as a Job Coach supporting individuals who are unemployed back into employment, by assisting them in breaking down any barriers that they may have. She has now taken the role of Lead Connector with the newly established Community Connectors.

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Adam Hughes

Community Connector

Originally from North Yorkshire, Adam is new to Wirral and has really enjoyed getting to know the area! Having worked in cheffing and sales previously, he has successfully run online sales companies, as well as a family business selling natural horse-feed across the North of England.

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Angela Sinton

Community Connector

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Antonia Kervin

Community Connector

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Kathy Cofax

Community Connector

With fifteen years’ experience as a black-cab driver, Kathy has a real passion for working with people and really getting to know them well. She has a Level 4 diploma in counselling, and experience working as a union representative, and is always keen to enable others to help themselves.

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Mark King

Community Connector

Mark’s background is with youth work and working in the community.

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Mat Amis

Community Connector

My name is Mat. At Involve Northwest my role is a Community Connector for Connect Us. I am based in the Moreton / Leasowe / Saughall Massie area. Supporting people is my passion and I really enjoy working with all the Community Members and seeing them achieve their goals and aspirations.

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Michael Newton

Community Connector

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Mohammed Rahman

Community Connector

Having previously worked for the prison service, Birkenhead Mosque and Involve Northwest’s partner agency, Wirral Change, Mohammed would describe himself as a people person with a passion for helping to make positive changes in the lives of others.

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Kieran Hatton

Community Connector

Helping people find happiness and meaning in life is Kieran’s main objective in becoming a Community Connector. His extensive career has ranged from sales and management in the world of global finance in London to coaching men with anxiety and low self-esteem to become the best they can be through the It’s a Goal! Programme which he ran at Tranmere Rovers FC and Chester FC.

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James Wilkinson

Community Connector

James began working at 19 as a production operator in Vauxhall motors assembly line. He left there 16 years later to join and train as an Evangelist with Church Army.

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Jen Doherty

Community Connector

Jen has spent the last four years as a Community Organiser and Community Development Officer at Neo Community where she helped local people struggling with and affected by food poverty.

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Chris Fletcher

Community Connector

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Michelle Domville

Community Connector

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Jayne Green

Community Connector

Jayne is passionate about the impact of mental health on well-being in the community and people reaching their potential. Jayne previously did voluntary work at The Open Door and the Citizens Advice. Jayne took the connector role as she believes in the benefit of linking people together to build a strong and healthy community.

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Kate Platt

GP Community Connector

Kate has worked on mental health projects over the last 6 years. She loves to witness the positive changes in peoples wellbeing and enjoyment of life. Kate works as a GP Community Connector working specifically with patients of The Orchard Surgery in Bromborough. Kate also spends time volunteering as a Brownie leader, at her sons school and within Involve North West.

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