Paula has been a mindfulness teacher since 2013 and graduated from Bangor University with a Post-graduate Diploma in Teaching Mindfulness Based Approaches in 2017. In 2014, she co-founded the Mindfulness and Social Change Network with Luke Wreford which is a community of practice exploring the intersection between mindfulness and social change. As well as running the network, she runs eight week courses, on-line drop ins, mindfulness mornings and monthly sits. She has delivered mindfulness at the workplace for Oxford Policy Management and run workshops and talks for entities such as the Mindfulness Association, International Mindfulness conferences, Mindfulness on the Margins unconference and the Advaya Initiative. She has run guest speaker sessions for Atlantic Fellows Leadership programme at LSE and self-care for change makers sessions for UCL.
What People Say
Paula offers a unique perspective, working in the ID/humanitarian space
I thoroughly enjoyed Paula’s 10-week mindfulness programme – a highlight to the week in such unprecedented times, and so brilliantly delivered online!
Such a generous, good spirited and really nice experience…really encouraging and supportive.. everybody should have a go
Examples of my work within civil society organisation include:
- 6 years managing a training programme for a small civil society support INGO with a budget of £500k
- Advisory/consultancy experience with Freedom from Torture including strategy, theory of change and impact assessment
- Trainer of collaboration skills, training of trainers, facilitation skills & monitoring, evaluation and impact assessment of training
- Fundraising experience including Erasmus Plus for a range of European activist organisations