Our experience spans over twenty years organising with the grassroots to build movements across the country; tackling mobilising-bias in the NGO sector; and facilitating training to build the capacity of the movement.
Tatiana is an experienced Director and grassroots organiser committed to using her skills, knowledge, and experience to further the work of organisations that contribute to our fight for racial, social and environmental justice. Tatiana has founded and worked for a range of NGOs over the last decade and won awards for her work.
Natasha is a trainer, researcher and strategy consultant. She helps organisations and grassroots groups ask deep questions to better understand how transformative systemic change happens. She also runs the Engaging Activists Facebook group, writes the Thinking Doing Changing blog exploring how social change happens, and leads trainings on The Ecology of Social Movements at the Ulex activist training centre in Catalunya.
Kat is a facilitator and researcher working with social movement groups and organisations to find ways of coming together across difference to build a world that centres social, racial and environmental justice. With several years of experience, Kat has established a reputation for bringing insight, intelligence and heart to the projects she is engaged in.