Here is some information about the key people who are involved in TWUK. A diversity of gifts, of experience and character, but all are passionate about supporting, serving and equipping Christians to be good news for their employers and colleagues!
Adrian's involvement in the Christian group at the Audit Commission helped kindle his passion for seeing Christians thrive in their places of work. A gifted communicator and expert on workplace issues (stress management, diversity), Adrian works alongside professional and Christian groups to help them make a Christian impact within their workplace.
Michael has an extensive background in helping large organisations exploit IT for strategic and operational planning. He works with major software vendors on product vision and is an established author/presenter on corporate performance management. He is married to Janice, has 2 daughters, 2 grandchildren - although he insists he is not that old, is a keen motorcyclist, long distance walker and an active member of his local church.
Jayne is our gifted administrator - without her, TWUK could essentially not function! With a background in teaching and a stint as a church administrator, she is now using that experience and gifts to serve Christians in the workplace.
Ros has worked for several years for Christian Workplace Forum, and is a great asset to the team. Her personal approach has been valued by many workplace groups. Through her contacts, Ros has had a real and lasting influence in many areas, not least with graduates moving into the world of work.
Jeff was an accountant within the Audit Commission, who together with Adrian Miles, were key members of Christians in the Audit Commission. Today Jeff heads a church in Malvern. Jeff's valuable experience and thoughtful insight strengthens the team.
Trevor is an engineer in the Royal Air Force and currently works at the Ministry of Defence in Whitehall. Trevor has been involved with the Christian Network in the MOD, and also with Christians in Government UK, which exists to serve and link the various Christian groups in national government departments both in London and across the UK. Trevor is an elder and worship group leader in his local church in Huntingdon, is passionate about renewal across the land and in relationships with God, and is married to Jayne!
Hugh has worked in an engineering company for over 20 years, and has been involved / led their Christians Work Group (CWG) for the last 12 years. He has seen God open doors to surprising opportunities for their group to share the gospel in bold ways, working with the blessing of the HR dept. He now hopes to use these practical and faithful experiences to encourage, support and help other CWGs in the Wiltshire area.
Robin is an IT consultant currently working for a small property company in central London. He is married with two children and is an active member of his church in Ealing. He also supports Light Lunch, an organisation providing midweek meetings to support Christians in the work place, with IT and website design skills. Robin helps out with the Transform Work UK website.
Andrew was employed by the Ministry of Justice for over thirty years, latter being a policy advisor on equality and diversity. After taking redundancy, he is a freelance writer and consultant on the Christian perspectives on equality and social issues. He is also currently working for a major healthcare company on their policies and procedures. Andrew is married to Deborah, who is a teacher.
Peter is a priest in the Church of England ordained as a Minister in Secular Employment. He has worked in the public sector as a teacher since 1975 and as a headteacher for 11 years. Peter was Head of Staff Wellbeing for Cornwall Council for six years working in partnership with the trade unions and the TUC. He then moved to the University of the West of England in Bristol as Director of the Living Centre for Faith, Spirituality, Health and Wellbeing. Since then Peter has worked as Executive Director for the Guild of Health and is now unemployed. Peter lives in Cornwall with his wife Angela.
Sue is one of our ambassadors who also runs Cardiff Council Christians (CCCF) that actively reaches out to colleagues. Past activities included a Christmas initiative that involved having a 'Fruit of The Spirit' stall where they gave away fruit, water, vanilla candles and brioche bread to non-Christian staff to demonstrate the love of God in action. Staff visiting the stall were able to make requests for prayer from the team. Sue has also recently set up a new charity in Cardiff and is greatly encouraged at the wonderful support she has received from non-Christian directors and local government, encouraging them to partner in a new venture in the city. (Author:
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Tom was a highly personable man, with gifts in administration and leadership, kind and compassionate. For all of us at Transform Work UK we know we have lost someone we could count on as a friend. Others of course have lost much more. (Author: )