Name: Interviews with clients compilation
This is a compilation from the interviews we had with some of our favourite clients from all over Wales.
Name: Rhian Morris
Company: Bigyn4 Communities First
Empower interviews Rhian Morris who is the Communities First Co-ordinator for Bigyn4 Communities First who are based in Llanelli. We discuss with Rhian what her experience has been with Empower and how Empower has helped her organisation.
Name: Sandra Cook
Company: Bigyn 4 Communities First
Empower interviews Sandra Cook, voluntary member at Bigyn 4 Communities First in Llanelli. Sandra discusses her experiences of Empowers training courses and supportive working.
Name: Joyce Thomas
Company: Communities First Partnership Board
Empower interviews the Chair of the Communities First Partnership Board Joyce Thomas and find out what she thinks of Empower!
Name: Adele Evans
Company: Communites First Ystradgynlais
Empower interviews Adele Evans, the Co-ordinator for Communites First Ystradgynlais.
Name: Matt Robertson
Company: Gilfach Goch Community Association
Empower interviews Matt Robertson, Communities First Development Officer with Gilfach Goch Community Association in Rhonnda Cynon Taff.
Name: Hamid Hitcham
Company: Cardiff Ethnic Minorities Communities First
Empower interviews our friend Ham Hitcham, the Senior Development Officer with Cardiff Ethnic Minorities Communities First and discusses how Empower has helped and supported him and his organisation.
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