Our Current Team Members
Cat is an enterprising and energetic practitioner running her own business. With more than 20 years’ experience of facilitating organisational and workforce development for a wide range of local, regional and national public sector organisations including, Think Local Act Personal; BBC Sport; ADASS; Disability Rights UK; LGA; CQC and more. Cat is also a national ‘coproduction’ expert, a Pirate and Camerado!
Isaac is an established community campaigner and co-production advisor. They have worked for 25 years within the health, social care and housing sectors supporting those at risk of disadvantage due to social, political and environmental barriers such as poverty, health and or disability, to live their best lives. Isaac does this by supporting people to share their lived experience to shape policy and their desired life outcomes irrespective of the systematic barriers they may face.
Naomi works with diverse communities of people, both in and outside workplaces to influence and mobilise lasting, impactful change. Naomi brings empathy, candour and compassion into challenges. From starting in the public sector as a mental health nurse, Naomi has spent her career in health, social care, public health and community settings.
My daughter, Maddy, is my inspiration. When she was ten, the White Paper, Valuing People, was published and I had great hopes for her future. Nearly 20 years later, people with learning disabilities still don’t have enough choice and control and are often not included in society. I’m a big fan of Making it Real and 80 + fab I and We statements: stop me and try one!
Nat is based in Suffolk, in the East Of England. Much of his recent work has been within the system reform that's currently ongoing throughout the UK. Nat has been co-producing for the last 3 years, starting this journey with his local Healthwatch and more recently at a regional level with Curators Of Change. Nat wears many hats and is also a part of the team creating the media and digital output of the Curators Of Change.
David is one of the co-producers for Curators of Change with 15 years of experience in the field of health and social care and is a recipient of a personal budget and direct payment. David previously resided in Essex but has recently relocated to Havering but is still very much part of the delivery of “Over a Brew” coproduction work in the East region and offers his experience to help to improve care and support.