Angela Rogers, Executive Director email@example.com
I am passionate about creating spaces for connection, learning and sharing and proud of WAHWN’s role in supporting practitioners to make the links to big picture health strategies and priorities, and advocate for their work.
Tracy Breathnach, Freelance Programme Manager firstname.lastname@example.org
I have worked as Programme Manager at WAHWN since 2019, initially managing the How Ya Doing? project and now working a freelance part-time basis. I do this alongside working as a culture, health and wellbeing consultant. I am a director of Break Free & Thrive - we offer transformational coaching and training. My background is quite varied across the arts, community, wellbeing and education sectors as well as having a PhD in performance studies.
Becca May Collins, Freelance Project Support Coordinator email@example.com
My experience in the Arts and Wellbeing Third Sector, in Higher Education Visual Arts and as an artist myself rolls nicely into one. I know that everyone has something to gain from creativity, be it expression, meditation or togetherness. I'm excited to bring my knowledge and passion for inclusivity into the world of Arts and Health in Wales, and I'm excited to learn and share even more!
Emilie Parry Williams, Freelance Digital Communications Support firstname.lastname@example.org
I am a freelance singer and singing teacher, specialising in Opera and Musical Theatre, and currently for WAHWN as a Digital Communications Officer compiling their monthly newsletter. I really love working for WAHWN; I have learned so many new skills, it is very creative and interesting, and the team is absolutely wonderful to work with.