I have had a rich back ground working in the conservation sector and on expeditions in both the Amazon and West Africa. I first same to Embercombe in early 2014, when I realised that I had never completely followed my dream and longing to live in a community and have a closer relationship to the land and nature.
My experience of Volunteering at Embercombe in 2014 was an incredible 3 months, of deep friendship and beautiful experiences. After my 3 months I decided to set up a business helping school improve outdoor learning and study for a Masters. When the job came up as Education Manager I was excited to apply and now love living and working here.
Embercombe is a place where real transformation and connection happens. I am privileged to be part of the educational programs here, it’s an honor to be involved in connecting people back to themselves and the natural environment.