Sarah Jordan: Green Space for Health Director
Sarah’s background is in environmental psychology, exploring the relationship between people and our natural environment. She has experience at director level in both environmental and healthcare organisations. This includes being one of the founders and former director of Hope for the Future, a climate and nature communications charity that supports communities to influence and achieve change. Sarah is passionate about the need for environment and healthcare sectors to work together for the benefit of people and our planet.
Dan Loveard: Green Space for Health Project Lead
Dan is an experienced community lead having spent a decade managing and delivering a diverse range of environmental and health projects across the UK. He comes to us from Warwickshire Wildlife Trust where he played an active role both operationally and strategically in bringing about nature’s recovery and connecting people from all walks of life with nature. This included managing a successful green health project during Covid, focussing on reducing loneliness and social isolation in communities along with delivering habitat creation and restoration projects in collaboration with communities and partner stakeholders to help transform those spaces for nature and people. Dan manages our Trees Call to Action Fund programme, supporting and advising NHS sites looking to improve their estates for biodiversity, climate and human health.
Harriet White: Woodland Creation and Tree Planting Project Manager
Harriet joined the Centre for Sustainable Healthcare in August 2023 and project manages our woodland creation and tree planting projects on NHS Sites across the UK. She has worked in the UK and in Gambia, West Africa on agroforestry projects with a focus on food security. Most recently, she has run a busy programme of woodland management, tree planting and conservation projects for The Conservation Volunteers, Essex. She is passionate about the wellbeing benefits of engaging with the natural environment and is currently completing an MSc in Agroforestry and Food Security.
Neil Ingram Woodland Creation and Tree Planting Technical Officer
Neil started as Woodland Creation and Tree Planting Technical Officer in August 2023. He brings a decade of conservation forestry experience to support CSH’s delivery of Defra grant funded tree planting on the NHS estate. He has a Master’s degree in Sustainable Management of Natural Resources.
Jacqueline Cutting: Head of Fundraising, CSH
Jacqueline is a fundraiser with extensive experience of the third sector. She worked for Oxfam for 10 years, managing the organisation’s Trusts and Institutional funding, and as a freelance fundraiser. Most recently she set up fundraising for an Oxford-based theatre, and advised a national charity on fundraising for dementia care before joining CSH.
Nick White: Nature Recovery Ranger, Liverpool
Nick has over 25 years’ experience in countryside management and community engagement. He’s worked at both a strategic and operational level, leading nature conservation and community engagement projects across urban parks, hospital grounds, countryside sites and woodlands, including two SSI Nature Reserves. Based in hospitals in Liverpool, Nick is responsible for delivering a programme of work which helps improves biodiversity and the health and wellbeing of staff and patients.
Billy Styles: Nature Recovery Ranger, London
Before joining the team, Billy managed the food growing and green space community engagement program at Stepney City Farm, designing the space around permaculture principles; including increasing biodiversity and community interaction, structured around economically viable solutions. Billy’s background is in Art (BA) Sports Science (BSc) and Sustainable Urbanism (MA) and he has lived in Spain, Germany, Japan and China. Whether it be science or art focused, throughout his journey he has always been inspired and fascinated by nature and is constantly learning more about the interconnectivity of this beautiful world.
Una Devlin: Green Space for Health Communications, Marketing and Engagement Lead
Una brings a diverse skill set to her role as Communications, Marketing, and Engagement Lead with a varied background in communications, community engagement, and creative learning. She has worked for organisations including the BBC, the NHS and a wide variety of social inclusion projects in the charitable sector. Her expertise lies in strategic content development and creation, video production, copywriting, journalism, and creating engaging learning materials as well as designing and facilitating workshops.