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Meet Nicola Fitzpatrick
Nicola Fitzpatrick joins Team SERVE in the role of Programmes and Administration Manager (maternity cover). Nicola writes a short blog below to introduce herself.
I am passionate about all young people having access to good quality education to create opportunities for life. I fully support responsible global citizenship through creativity, innovation with a commitment to peace, human rights and sustainable development.
I have over 20 years’ experience in the social care sector working with children, young people and adults living in diverse situations. Along with the many stories, lessons learned and the privilege of working with people at vulnerable stages of life I have learned that education is a crucial aspect to creating better outcomes towards improving lives.
“… at SERVE I am excited about contributing to the global vision and will continue supporting the amazing programmes currently run by the Volunteer, GCE and Fundraising Co-ordinators.”
– Nicola Fitzpatrick, new member on Team SERVE
As a social care professional and life coach I have worked in partnership with people to help them assume active roles in building a better quality of life for themselves, their families and communities towards building more peaceful, inclusive and secure societies through a variety of programmes. I believe in partnership and the concept that ‘Together we Achieve!’
Coming into the role of Programmes and Administration Manager at SERVE I am excited about contributing to the global vision and will continue supporting the amazing programmes currently run by the Volunteer, GCE and Fundraising Co-ordinators. I hope to bring fresh thinking and innovation to the role overall.
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