Helen Suzman, the former South African MP who fought long and hard against apartheid, used to paraphrase Theodore Roosevelt – “I did what I could, where I was, with what I had.”
I am a freelance consultant and writer. My interests are wide-ranging, but primarily in how human beings affect and are affected by the natural world of which we are part, and the related theology and psychology of connectedness.
My background is in science, consultancy and business analysis, especially in the environmental sphere, aiming to apply my skills to make a difference. I have been a Christian for more than twenty-five years, and seek to live out my faith in working to encourage care for the environment as God’s creation and justice for our neighbours across the earth and in future generations. I also have the occasional moment when I would describe myself as a contemplative.
My projects and affiliations are currently:
- Developing websites for small businesses, community groups and individuals as the founder director of Exeter Sustainable Enterprises Ltd, trading as Websites Ahoy!
- Developing my visual arts practice as a means of communicating environmental and social issues
- Member of TEDxExeter organising team, with communications and storyteller role
- Writing and blogging on economics, energy, environment and related issues, nature, attentiveness, applied theology, arts, and indeed anything that interests me.
I would be very happy to chat about any of the consultancy services that I offer. Some of my outputs are also available on this site.
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