Meet the team
Job Vacancies (below)
I have spent most of my career listening to the needs of young people and developing exciting projects where young people feel safe to grow. I love residential work where you take young people for a week to an outdoor activity centre and get them to try new things! My hope is to bring that experience and holiday provision to enact. I look forward to meeting you all.
I really enjoy working at enact and I find it is quite a unique community organisation in that it runs provisions that the whole community can enjoy and benefit from. I work with such a lovely diverse community of children and families and I love being part of something special. The location of enact is wonderful as it is surrounded by beautiful wildlife spaces and nature walks and getting out into nature is one of my favourite things to do.
I have spent the last 6/7 years living in the Enfield area and spent all my previous years in the neighbouring borough of Haringey.
I have keen interests in pretty much anything creative spending a lot of time writing, drawing making music etc. I am very much a sports enthusiast I spend a lot of my time following basketball and football and have dedicated many many hours to playing the latter. I think my active lifestyle and creative mind merge well with the needs and wants of youth work.
Today I work as a sessional worker for Enact contributing my time and my skill and abilities to see the little children blossom into confident youth.
Previously I was working in the school as a support staff, I am comfortable working alongside children and enjoy a relaxed time doing puzzles, playing a game or even colouring a pic. It feels like treasuring my own childhood.
I love being part of Enact, looking after children to support parents/carers and working within a community. I really enjoy getting to know the regular children and families that would come and have built some lovely positive relationships, making them feel welcome and comfortable with their surroundings. I really enjoy what we do to give the young people high hopes for their future.