Amy is a proactive person motivated by the desire to empower people to be able to develop the capacity and control over the direction of their lives. This lead to her studying for a Masters in Social Anthropology and the impact of different influences on how we construct meaning in our lives. Amy works to build the capacity of young people and communities here in the UK and overseas.
Amy is a key member of the Global Social Leader Team, for more information www.globalsocialleaders.com
AMY MHEAD OF GLOBAL SOCIAL LEADERS
Suzi joined Future Foundations in July 2020 following a twenty-year career in the events and experiential marketing sector. During this time, Suzi developed and oversaw delivery of a number of CSR programmes for brands that focused on developing and improving the lives of young people through sport for change, life skills programmes and environmental and sustainability initiatives.
She’s excited to be putting her skills to the test and empowering the next generation of socially conscious leaders!
SUZISENIOR PROJECT MANAGER
Alice became a member of the Future Foundations family in August 2019. Prior to this, she was a History student at the University of Southampton. Upon graduating, Alice had little idea about what kind of career path she wanted to take, however she found FF (or FF found her!) when she was searching for new opportunities in the wide wide world of work.
FF struck her as an extremely positive and empowering company – and she wanted to be a part of it. Alice looks forward to learning new things, broadening her horizons and, perhaps most importantly, contributing to the creation of the leaders of the future.
As Office and Projects Administrator, Alice oversees the daily running of the office and offers support and assistance to FF’s projects and programmes. She is delighted to have joined the team, and cannot wait to find out what the future may bring.
Lexy joined Future Foundations in January 2021 as a Project Coordinator. She first heard of the company after she participated in one of our legacy programmes, The McKinsey Leadership Academy, in 2014. She was so inspired by the type of programmes that Future Foundations deliver that she came back 7 years later!
Having spent a couple of years after University deciding what was her important to her, she realised that working for a company where she believes in their mission was at the heart. Lexy spent her time in school and at university volunteering within different charitable organisations that focused on social development for adults and young people with learning difficulties. She also spent two months working on an education development programme in Fiji, which confirmed that working within the youth development sector was where she felt that she could make the most impact. It was then that the opportunity to work for Future Foundations appeared and, of course, she had to apply!
Lexy is really looking forward to working on a variety of projects that Future Foundations deliver and starting her journey with them to develop the leaders of the future.