International Programmes Manager
Mitchell is our International Programmes Manager. 'Having the opportunity to work with our incredible partners and empower them to do the amazing work they do is a dream come true. I'm enjoying using everything I've learnt from working with hundreds of different charities and spending over a decade in the sector to improve Signal's impact.'
Anna has been a working as Project Officer for Signal since March 2019. “My role working with the Deaf Community and people living with the effects of hearing loss is extremely fulfilling. I enjoy the variety that this role brings; it allows me to positively support to the people we’re here for. I am enthusiastic to be part of the team working for Signal and being involved in making an impact on people’s lives.”
International Programmes Officer
Ally joined Signal in April 2020. “I am thrilled to be part of the International team at Signal, where I am able to use my passion and experience in international development to work on our programmes in Uganda, Malawi, Zambia and Tanzania. These projects make a huge difference to the lives of Deaf people and their families and I am very excited to see what impact we can make in the future".
Jo joined Signal in Sept 2008 as Outreach Worker, when the charity was known as Shropshire Christian Association for the Deaf. "I am thrilled to be part of Signal, supporting the Deaf community, as I can empathise with how they feel as I am the same being in their shoes. I am proud to have worked with the Deaf community all these years and may it continue to grow bigger and stronger".
Fundraising and Development
Vicky is a freelance consultant currently working alongside Signal to support the team with our development. “I am excited to use my skills and experience to help support people who are Deaf, have hearing loss and tinnitus in the UK and internationally. Everyone at Signal is driven and focused on achieving the charity's vision and mission and continuing to make a real difference. Signal can only do this because of the generous support the charity receives.”