* Fat Beehive Ltd appointed Trustees. Fat Beehive may appoint a maximum of three trustees to the Foundation but must not form a majority of trustees – the chair must also be appointed from the independent trustees.
Having been with Fat Beehive for over 8 years, Anna has seen all sorts of projects in all different shapes and sizes. As UX and Research lead, Anna is involved in every project we undertake and ensures that audiences and users are at the heart of everything we do. From research reports to tree testing, Anna leads on our Discovery process and guarantees that all of our work is supported by data and evidence. On a personal level, she is incredibly passionate about women and girls’ rights, sustainability and tackling homelessness.
Matt brings over a decade of experience collaborating with charities and non-profits, dedicating his efforts to assisting more than 300 organisations in revamping their websites and enhancing their online fundraising capabilities. At Fat Beehive, he has a fantastic understanding not only of what it takes to build a great digital presence but also how to make sure it keeps working for you in the long-term. He is here to help your organisation to navigate the range of available options for your new website, your visual identity and your digital strategy and ensure that we are the perfect fit to create real impact for the organisations that we work with and their audiences. Outside of work, you will probably find Matt playing with his 3 young daughters or plotting his next extension or garden project!
Temi is Community Engagement Manager at Fair4All Finance. Fair4All Finance was founded by DCMS in 2019 to increase the financial resilience and wellbeing or people in vulnerable circumstances by increasing the availability of fair and accessible financial products and services. Prior to joining the Fair4All Finance, she worked in private wealth management as a Relationship Manager and an Assistant Relationship Manager serving high-net worth clients in the Middle East and Africa. Before that Temi worked in Social Enterprise UK and Social Firms UK in membership and marketing roles. Temi has volunteered for social innovation and social entrepreneurship projects with UnLtd and the Young Foundation. She is also involved with her local church in various roles. Temi a BSc in Politics and International Relations, MA in Social Entrepreneurship and the Investment Advice Diploma
Adrian works at Public Law Project, an NGO using the law to help marginalised communities get access to justice and hold Government to account. He overseas the development and delivery of a national programme of training and events in human rights and public law, and manages individual giving and events fundraising. Before joining the organisation, Adrian worked as a Project Manager with Index on Censorship, the international freedom of expression organisation, where he headed their annual awards event and managed projects funded by the UNDP and the Arts Council, including the first international festival of homeless arts. Previously Adrian worked at the University of the Arts Student’s Union and as the administrator of ‘Union Chapel Project’, where he got to see loads of great music. His recent volunteer roles have included being a Woodcraft Folk leader, two years as a Beaver Leader with Scouts and 6 months volunteering in rural Nepal as a community development mentor with VSO, along with his young family. He currently works from his shed in a village just outside Stroud
A former dancer and personal trainer, Daniel’s road to coding was unorthodox, but we’re glad he found us! After completing an intensive web development boot camp, he now focuses on developing the front end of our builds, connecting the dots between intuitive design and first-class user experience. As someone who can never sit still, Daniel keeps busy by staying active, enjoying nature, going to festivals and gigs and everything else you can imagine. Daniel is your friendly neighbourhood developer.
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