Sea-Changers are very pleased to welcome Sarah Brown to our Board of Trustees. Sarah brings a wealth of relevant experience to the trustee role. She currently works as Project Manager, for the Firth of Clyde Forum and is also Director of the consultancy Cradle to Wave, which specialises in environmental sustainability issues. She also previously worked in an environment role at the Royal Yachting Association (RYA).
Sarah has sailed all her life and has a wealth of knowledge about the recreational boating sector, which will be of immense help to the charity. Sarah is also a certified public participation practitioner, Fellow of the Royal Geographic Society, and a Wise accredited trainer.
Sarah has been working with Sea-Changers in an informal capacity over the past twelve months, supporting us in the development of our website and assisting us in building relationships with marine businesses. Helen Webb, Co-Founder of Sea-Changers said; “We are thrilled to formally welcome Sarah to our team. Her expertise and understanding has already been, and will continue to be, a great asset for us. As we develop, it is vital that we ensure we have the right skills, so we can continue to grow. Sarah brings not only great skills but a passion and enthusiasm for our work.”
Sarah said, "I am delighted to be asked to be a part of this exciting new charity. Sea-Changers impressed me from the start with their very professional approach to the challenge of environmental fundraising. I believe very much in their innovative and yet simple ethos – if there was a turnstyle on the sea, and those of us who enjoy its services paid just a bit for its upkeep every time we used it, then the marine world would be a better place. I am looking forward to helping where I can to make their vision of a healthier sea a reality."