Resources for Change provides a cross sectoral approach to development and, being a team, offers a wide range of expertise.

Based on a core team of 6 experienced consultants, we also work with a range of associates and collaborative partners to provide the right blend of expertise and experience to meet the needs of our wide range of clients.

Deio Jones

Senior Consultant – As an experienced and bilingual (Welsh) Practitioner, Deio’s focus is on delivering projects with the potential to make a positive difference in our communities.

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Helen Fairweather
Helen Fairweather

Senior Consultant – With a wealth of experience in facilitation and community consultation, in both rural and urban environments.

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Mike King
Mike King

Director and Principal Consultant – he has considerable experience both in the UK and internationally of engagement, facilitation and evaluation.

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Neil Smith
Neil Smith

Senior Consultant – broad range of skills and experience in the third, private and public sectors; evaluation, research and data analysis specialist.

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Scott Sullivan

Senior Consultant – as a Chartered Town Planner and Chartered Fundraiser, Scott helps communities develop plans and secure resources for positive, place-based change

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Harriet Tod

Harriet joined R4C in 2017 as our Virtual Administrator, through her own company, Our VA Ltd. Harriet has responsibility for all our systems and administration needs and supports the consultants with sourcing and finalising bids, as well as the efficient internal management of contracts.

R4C Associates

R4C has a team of great Associates who work with us on various projects. Their skills are wide and diverse and we are able to call on them to enlarge and enhance our team as needed.

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Work with Us

We are always pleased to hear from people interested in working with us, and during 2021 we will be actively looking to grow the wider R4C family.  We are a close-knit core team, supported by a diverse group of associates on a ‘project by project’ basis.