Craig- Founder/ Managing Director/ DSL

Craig has been a Youth Worker for the past 6 years working with young people from a range of diverse backgrounds across Coventry and Warwickshire.  Craig has personal experience of being a young person disengaged from education, supporting him to understand the challenges young people may face. Craig has recently graduated from Coventry University with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Youth Work.  Craig also won the award ‘Excellence in Youth Work’ from Coventry University.  Craig is extremely passionate about working with young people, supporting individuals to develop skills, flourish and reach their full potential. Craig’s favourite food is curry.  Fun fact, Craig once cooked alongside celebrity Chef, James Martin.


Rich- Commercial Director

As a technology consultant, Rich is working with companies and organisations up and down the country, and internationally, to identify solutions to systems problems in a range of industries from accounting and telecoms to radio stations and infrastructure contractors.
Rich is a member of the WM Regional Development Fund ICT Excellence Club, a charity trustee, a Google Authorised Reseller and Google Partner, a Microsoft Development Partner, and an advisor to EU ERDF Funded technology projects in the UK.
In 2017 Rich also set about volunteering his time to support 30 community based not-for-profits and charities, providing them with his professional skills to help them make better use of their resources and achieve more.

Sarah Tiffany- Alternative Education Provision Lead Worker

Sarah has been a Youth Worker, Inclusion Manager and has worked in education for 15 years. Sarah has personal experience of being a young person disengaged from education as well as a being a young parent. Sarah graduated from DMU University in 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Youth and Community Development (JNC). Sarah has managed youth work provisions and worked with young people with a range of needs in order to re engage them in education, raise aspirations and enable young people to empower themselves through a range of positive activities in formal and non formal education provisions.

Jason Kitchin- Apprentice Youth Worker