Sue Clarke - Director
Sue has been involved in environmental causes since her late teens. Over her career, Sue has been CEO of a furniture recycling project and benefits advice charity, set up a food bank, and fundraised for environmental charities.

She also volunteered in Bolivia for a year - writing courses and retreats.

Sue is now retired but has just become a published author.

Sue Clarke
Steve Howell - Director
Steve has extensive experience of project development and management in area-based regeneration schemes with a focus on community development and cross-sector multi-agency partnership development. He is a director of two social enterprises, a lead consultant for a co-operative development agency and runs his own consultancy business.
Alison Price - Director
Alison has developed and lived in a sustainable environment in West Africa and wants to promote a co-existing way of living with nature in this climate emergency and beyond.

After over 20 years of admin/PA experience supporting senior management and working in international event management, she recently turned to the soil and qualified in RHS Horticulture practising the ‘12 Principles of Permaculture’. Alison also supports local community not-for-profit organisations through volunteering.

Alison Powell
Helen Smith - Director
Helen is Founder and Director of Rheos Environmental Consulting Limited. A Flood and Water Management professional since 2003, she has worked in a range of technical, project and management roles for the Environment Agency, Lead Local Flood Authority, planning and engineering consultancies.

She is a former Flood Risk Manager working in local government with significant experience of working across statutory services, and roles in business development, improvement and change in risk management authorities

Alice Taylor 
Alice's first passion is dance, and she has a BA Degree in Choreography and Visual Arts. After graduating she launched a community dance theatre company in Devon. She also worked for various arts organisations including Ways With Words Literature Festival and The Royal Ballet School, in production, programme, marketing and administration roles.

Alice went on to gain an MBA from Falmouth University in 2016. In recent years she has put her skills in events, marketing and business development into working for organisations which focus on the things that are important to her – arts and culture, social change and the environment. This has led Alice's career to working for the local authorities (roles within adult social care commissioning and public health), as Marketing and Events Manager for a health, wellbeing and sustainability charity, and development consultant for community businesses and social enterprises.

Alice Talyor
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