Meet the team in Wales

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  • Tim Carter - Information, Advice and Advocacy Officer (South Wales)
  • Sophie Dyment - Information, Advice and Advocacy Officer (North Wales)
  • Urtha Felda - Local Networks and External Relations Officer (North Wales)
  • Adele Gilmour - Information, Advice and Advocacy Manager (South Wales)
  • Lynne Hughes - Country Director (Pan-Wales)
  • Darren Wyn Jones - Wales Neurological Alliance Project Officer (Pan-Wales)
  • Jessica Mansel - External Relations Officer (South and Mid Wales)
  • Fiona McDonald - Policy, Press and Campaigns Manager (Pan-Wales)
  • Naomi Parry - Information, Advice and Advocacy Officer (North Wales)
  • Siân Tucker - Local Networks Officer (South and Mid Wales)
  • Matthew Witty - Executive Administrator (Pan-Wales)

 

Tim Carter

Tim Carter - Information, Advice and Advocacy Officer (South Wales)

Before coming to the MS Society, I led a team of Welfare Benefit Caseworkers for a disability charity in South Wales. I am excited about MS Cymru’s new Information, Advice and Advocacy Service, and hope that this project will support people to reach their full potential.

Landline: (020) 8438 0714 | Mobile: (07864) 691 395


 

Sophie Dyment

Sophie Dyment - Information, Advice and Advocacy Officer (North Wales)

I have lots of experience of working on projects providing advocacy, advice and information including seven years working to help people with sight loss fight discrimination. I am very excited about being part of the MS Society’s My MS, My Rights, My Choices project and am confident this will help make a huge difference.

Landline: (020) 8438 0832 | Mobile: (07740) 753 941

 

Urtha FeldaUrtha Felda - Local Networks and External Relations Officer (North Wales)

I have worked with the MS Society for seven years now.  I really value the groups that I work with, and the successful work we have done together in developing new projects for people affected by MS in Wales. I am always deeply interested in improving services, both those we offer as an organisation and those offered by statutory providers such as health or social care. If anyone has any projects they would like to take forward pleas get in touch!

Landline: (020) 8827 0212 | Mobile: (07920) 429 477

 

Adele GilmourAdele Gilmour - Information, Advice and Advocacy Manager (South Wales)

My many years of experience with disability companies will strengthen my ability to champion the lives of Welsh people with MS, and to provide specialist support across the country for those who need it. I lead the IAA project team in Wales.

Landline: (020) 8438 0715 | Mobile: (07864) 691 394


 

Lynne HughesLynne Hughes - Country Director (Pan-Wales)

I provide leadership and direction to the MS Society in Wales, and am the principal adviser to the National (Cymru) Council. I am also a member of the Executive Group, and am instrumental in helping lead the organisation.

Landline: (029) 2167 8923 | Mobile: (07864) 691 394

 

Darren Wyn Jones Darren Wyn Jones - Wales Neurological Alliance Project Officer (Pan-Wales)

My role will represent the MS Society and other not-for-profit organisations that are members with the Wales Neurological Alliance (WNA), who represent the many thousands of people affected by neurological conditions in Wales.

Landline: (020) 8438 0731 | Mobile: (07718) 971 308

 

Jessica ManselJessica Mansel - External Relations Officer (South and Mid Wales)

I initially joined MS Cymru as a volunteer, when diagnosed aged 22 I set up a group for younger people affected by MS.  I’m here to bring the MS Community together in influencing and driving change.  Prior to this I worked for NHS Wales, coordinating peer lead Education Programmes for Patients across Cardiff and Vale University Health Board. I’m now involved in the Bevan Commission as an advocate for patient experience. 

Landline: (020) 3872 8732 | Mobile: (07900) 983 120

 

Fiona McDonald Fiona McDonald - Policy, Press and Campaigns Manager (Pan-Wales)

I work to enhance our profile within the media, the Welsh Government, the National Assembly for Wales and with the public at large. I also organise campaigns and policy initiatives based on the experiences of people with MS.

Landline: (029) 2167 8924 | Mobile: (07740) 753 945

 

Naomi ParryNaomi Parry - Information, Advice and Advocacy Officer (North Wales)

I have spent the last 10 years working and studying within the field of health and social care, having carried out various roles within the third sector. I am extremely passionate about making a positive difference to lives of people living with and affected by MS.

Landline: (020) 8438 0753 | Mobile: (07864) 691 396

 

Siân Tucker Siân Tucker - Local Networks Officer (South and Mid Wales)

I work closely with members, volunteers and health care professionals to tackle the issues that affect them on a daily basis. I aim to ensure that everyone is working with one voice, to make a difference.

Landline: (029) 2167 8926 | Mobile: (07850) 514 242

 

 

Matthew Witty Matthew Witty - Executive Administrator (Pan-Wales)

I have been with MS Society Cymru since April 2011.  I am responsible for the day-to-day management of the national office in Cardiff, and the provision of administrative support to the Country Director, Cymru Team and Cymru Council.  Having built up over 20 years experience through a wide range of roles, I always found myself drawn back to the third sector, where my efforts make a tangible and appreciated difference.  

Landline: (029) 2167 8921

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