Our Associates 5

R4C works with a wide range of Associates, bringing them into our project teams to assist or expand our areas of expertise.

Below are a range of the skills our Associates bring to the team:

Associate

Area of Expertise

Professor Anthony Gallagher

 

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Sustainable Development and environmental policy

Multi-partner programme development

Marine planning

Carolyn Hay

Organisational management & development

Cerys Thomas

 

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Community development

Strategic grant-making and grants assessment

Welsh speaking

David Beuzeval

 

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Organisational Development

Governance

Business planning

Edward Holland

 

Built Heritage

Heritage assessments

Frances Louise

Environmental Education

Hopkins van Mil

Public Dialogue & Engagement

Ifan Davies

 

Land Management

Agricultural sector

Irene Evison

 

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Evaluation

Community research

Community development

Julian Jones

Ecologist

Dr Kevin Burchell

 

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Social Scientist

Community resilience

Behaviour change

Land & Heritage

 

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Recreation management

Woodlands & forestry

Built heritage & horticulture

Lynette Leeson

Landscape & environmental planning

Nearly Wild

 

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Wilding

Nature connection

Nature based business development

Nick Ockenden

Third sector research & policy development

Nicky Stevenson

 

Community development

Social enterprise

Nicky Talbot

Market research

Pete Johnstone

 

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Fundraising

Greenspace and community engagement

Photography

Dr Rachel Lilley

 

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Behaviour change

Researcher in behaviour change and individual & community

response to environmental change

Rod Sterne

 

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International Development

Partnership brokering

System change

Sarah Brown

 

Marine planning & conservation

Fisheries

Scott Sullivan

 

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Project Development

Fundraising

Spatial planning

Dr Selyf Morgan

Social and economic research

Steve Evison

 

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Ecopreneur

Natural resource management

Nature based business

Tamsin Bailey

Communication

Telltale

 

Interpretation

Communication