Currently: Amsterdam, NL
Education: BA Human Geography and MSc in Psychology
Joined the team: September 2018
With a background working for a number of organisations supporting vulnerable children and adults, Angharad originally joined Child Helpline International in September 2018 as an intern, helping with the WeListen project which aimed to strengthen inclusive practice within child helplines.
She joined permanently in 2019 and has worked in a variety of roles within the organisations. She has since settled as a Project Coordinator and mainly supports Child Helpline International’s projects to start and scale-up child helplines.
In her spare-time she is studying for a Master’s Degree in Psychology and is currently writing her thesis on resilience and coping strategies within undocumented migrants in the Netherlands.