Nicola has significant experience in programme delivery and development of multi agency learning, employment and enterprise programmes particularly working in the fields of Social Inclusion, Equality and Diversity, learning and employment programmes Social Enterprise and Health at a Local, National and European Level.
Nicola is also on the trustee board of Options a charity which supports people with learning disabilities across Merseyside and an Director of the Joseph lapin Centre, the community Hub where MEH are based.
Joe has expert knowledge of the issues facing 'hard to reach' communities, human rights intercultural dialogue and community education.
Joe also has experience in support the development of enterprise and social enterprise being a board member of the Liverpool School for Social Entrepreneurs.
Anna works at MEH as a Transnational Programme Manager and leads the management and delivery of projects at local and European level.
Anna has extensive experience of International cooperation, youth and education at local and transnational level and has an academic background in Applied Sociology to the Economy of the Third Sector with strong interest in topics such as human rights, gender equality, youth development, intercultural dialogue and social inclusion.
Anna’s has acquired experience and knowledge of European programmes by working in the development, management and implementation of EU funded projects in different countries.
Anna has good knowledge of innovative approaches to person centred consultation with disadvantaged communities and individuals including young people, BME communities and Women and as well as extensive knowledge of project cycle management process; she has skills in training delivery and monitoring and evaluation process.
Anna has mastered techniques and tools in Social Research and insight into multicultural contexts through her international work experiences in Europe and in Africa.
Anna has solid experience in external communication and event organising, having organised several international events bringing together representatives of local and international governments and organisations for advocacy activities focussing on the employability of young people.
Stacey Robinson is an associate of Merseyside Expanding Horizons.Stacey has gained a BA Hons and MA in Psychology and is registered with the British psychological Society.
Stacey worked within youth criminal justice establishments and mental health services.
Stacey has extensive experience of leading, developing and managing services for young people operationally and strategically in the field of health, social care and alternative education.
Stacey specialises within safeguarding and advising children and young person services in relation to effective/good practice and service development.Stacey works on a Local, National and European level, delivering and managing projects targeted at socially excluded young people.
Stacey is a scientific committee member of the European Anti Bullying Network and a Specialist Youth Advisor to the YMCA.