Who we are...
National Parenting Initiative Co-ordinator
Sharon Blair is Associate Minister (Pastoral and Families) and part of the Senior Leadership team of Holy Trinity Combe Down in Bath. Sharon, who taught for many years, regularly runs parenting courses and oversees the Families Support Scheme which helps families in her community.
Administration, Engagement and Communication
Kayte Potter joined the NPI team in December 2018. She oversees communication, administration and engagement for the NPI, as well as assisting in the planning and running of events. Kayte lives in the South West with her family.
Social Media Co-ordinator
Megan Landreth-Smith is based in West Sussex with her husband Joseph and her 2 young children. She is passionate about seeing an end to slavery which is why she started HOLOS kombucha with friends and writes for her own blog and social media profiles. As well as that she has a heart for parenting, and seeing families flourish and equipped to thrive in all areas.
We also have three regional teams, based in Cornwall, Bristol-Bath and Greater Manchester, please contact Kayte at email@example.com to find out more about the teams.
Board of Trustees:
Rev James Stevenson is a Vicar at B&A Church on the Gloucester Road in Bristol and has been the Chair of Trustees at the NPI since it became a charity in 2016.
Carol de-Beger is Family Pioneer and a Core Leader at Gordano Valley Church. She has previously worked as pre-school Manager and midweek outreach co-ordinator in a local church and has many years’ experience of supporting families. Carol is also a Trustee of The Girls’ Brigade England and Wales. Carol has Trustee responsibility for our Cornwall Regional Team.
Paula Clarke has been employed as a children and family worker for Grosvenor Church in Barnstaple since 2010 and was a volunteer part of the team for 15 years prior to that. She has a huge amount of experience in running children’s work at church alongside Who Let the Dads Out? groups, overseeing numerous toddler groups and connecting with kids and family workers across North Devon.
Council of Reference: