Meet The Team
Another passion of hers is women’s rights and she is currently also an Advisor for the Women’s Equality Party. Karolina has been invited to participate in many media experiences as a voice for care workers to raise awareness of their under-valued hard work.
She loves working at The CWC because the determination, commitment and sacrifice of the care workforce deserves recognition.
Her high levels of empathy and passion for Social Care make her role at The CWC very enjoyable as she feels she is making a difference to the lives of others.
In her spare time, Sara loves to read, write, sing and play The Sims.
She loves working for The CWC because she is passionate about Social Care and is excited to be working to support care workers. She also enjoyed the fast-paced environment at the charity and the team she gets to work with.
Emily has been described as enthusiastic, sincere and dedicated and loves knitting, running and drinking coffee.
Her role in Residential Care has shaped her as a person and gives her a real depth of understanding when it comes to the challenges care workers face. She is therefore passionate about ensuring that the care workforce as valued and respected in the way they deserve.
In her spare time, Catherine enjoys reading and baking.
Jessica is excited to join the team at CWC and to become a thorough advocate for care workers across the UK.
She has a passion for charity work and chose to work for The CWC as she is excited to see the money raised being used for immediate need and the difference it will make to care workers’ lives. She also believes that care workers deserve more recognition and support and is glad to be part of an organization that champions care workers.
She has been described as kind, curious and creative and loves cooking, nutrition and other creative pastimes such as dressmaking and painting pots.
In her previous role, Taylor worked with various grant funders to implement projects to benefit residents. Her role at The CWC allows her to work on the other side of the coin, awarding grants to help improve the lives of others. Taylor’s family have received a lot of help from care workers in the past and working at The CWC has given her the opportunity to give something back and show appreciation for care workers and the work they do.
In her spare time, Taylor has an unquenchable thirst for travelling and seeing new places, getting lost in different countries, football and generally anything that gets her heart rate up.
He took a role at The CWC because having the opportunity to offer support to care workers is very rewarding for him.
He has been described as thoughtful, curious and creative and loves cycling, watching films and reading.
Working for the CWC gives her and opportunity to try something new and make a small difference to care workers’ lives.
In her spare time she enjoys cooking and yoga