Esyllt is Trusts and Foundations Manager at Wales Millennium Centre. She has extensive development and fundraising experience and has worked for a number of charities across community arts, health and social care. She is committed to using art in the community and has established and delivered long term Wales wide community engagement projects.
Esyllt is a fluent Welsh speaker and is interested in languages, which she explored in a dissertation on reading poetry bilingually for her MA in Literature, Culture and Society. She is an experienced DJ and runs an award winning club night in Cardiff.
Esyllt is passionate about the work of Theatre Versus Oppression and has taken part in courses and a performance of Confessions.
Margaret Ames is a Senior Lecturer at Aberystwyth University. She is a practice-based researcher. Her interest is in how live performance work created by and with learning disabled people challenges and contributes to theatre practices and aesthetics, and how such work might reveal embodied expert knowledge that is communicated via performance.
I'm Hazel. I have a background in the arts having studied Drama, Theatre & Media at Glamorgan University. I've over ten years’ experience working in fundraising for a variety of charities including Wales' leading arts centre Wales Millennium Centre, and homelessness charity The Wallich. I believe the work that TVO do in giving people a platform for their voices to be heard, to really own their stories, is so important and truly empowers people to make personal and often life changing, positive changes. I am proud to be a Trustee of such an inspirational charity.
Dr Llinos Roberts is the lead for Community based learning for both the GEM and PA programmes at Swansea University. She is also a GP partner in Carmarthenshire. Llinos is an advocate for the use of the Welsh language and the importance of a Welsh language service for people living with mental illness. Llinos has also presented various programmes for the BBC channel S4C.