Co-Founder of Wilson Sherriff Ltd.
Carol specialises in learning Facilitation, stakeholder engagement and co-production, Side by side with her role as a Director of Wilson Sherriff, she is a Teaching Fellow with the Open University Business School specialising in strategy and knowledge management and the development of online learning programmes. She holds MBA and MSc degrees and is accredited as a Certified Professional Faciliator.
Co-Founder of Wilson Sherriff Ltd
Simon specialises in research, evaluation and consultancy on collaborative working. He holds an MBA degree and has a strong knowledge of public policy, governance, and project management. He is accredited as a Certified Professional Facilitator and has chaired several not for profit trustee boards.
Jack Wilson Sherriff
Jack leads on operational and finance management for Wilson Sherriff. He holds a BSc degree and is an experienced researcher and report editor. He has experience in the retail sector and a strong finance background.
Sarah leads our media training work, bringing extensive experience as a professional actor and voice over artist as well as many years’ experience offering communications training to organisations including at senior management level.
Mark is an experienced project manager, facilitator and consultant with an in depth knowledge of quality standards including the international standard on collaborative business relationships. He has worked with us on facilitation and development projects, and is one of the leaders of our ‘human side of project management training’.
Based in Lima, Peru, Ana is an experienced development professional who works with us on projects in the UN system and internationally.
Karen is a facilitator and consultant with a background in environmental policy and management. She is a member of our facilitation team with a strong interest in collaboration and citizen participation.
Sonia is a trainer, facilitator and clinical supervisor working with a background in community development and children’s policy. She has worked in central government and is an innovator in the development of new approaches to restorative practice.