Community Engagement and Experience team
UKCRF Community Engagement Manager
Director of Evidence and Engagement
Emma leads a team of specialist experts - skilled in service design, user research, evaluation, data insights, marketing, communications, external affairs and advocacy.
Hilary supports our community partners with all things volunteering. This includes working with our funding partners to ensure that employee volunteering adds real value to the work of organisations providing digital skills in local communities, by building and developing the sustainability and skills of those organisations themselves. She also develops training materials and resources for our community partners to use.
Head of Community Engagement and Experience
As Head of Community Engagement and Experience, Isobel leads the development and implementation of our strategies to grow and strengthen our network of community partners. She ensures that they - and the people they support - benefit from the resources and support we offer to help fix the digital divide.
Community Engagement Officer
Lauren supports the Community Engagement and Experience team to grow and strengthen the Online Centres Network. Through the collection of network insights, she works to tailor our support to the needs of network members and their learners.
Community Engagement Manager
Louise looks for opportunities to support and strengthen our network, working with the wider organisation to develop useful training and networking opportunities for our community partners.
Learning Design & User Experience Officer
Michael manages the development of the courses on the Learn My Way website and supports people in the Online Centres Network with a wide range of learning resources. He’s worked as a tutor so knows some of the challenges they face, and uses this experience to help us develop our learning offer.
Community Engagement Manager - Greater Manchester
Natasha's role is to offer help, support and foster relationships between community organisations, further education providers, local authorities and Good Things Foundation. Natasha enjoys connecting centres and equipping them to ensure they can change peoples lives through the Community Digital Skills Pathway project, helping people to get connected and go onto further education or gain new life skills.