Ross Edwards - Founder & Director
Ross served 22 years in the Royal Logistics Corps.and has served in multiple overseeas operstions as a logistics operations manager.
A trained life-coach and businessman, Ross brings momentum and fierce passion to driving the project forward. With his long history of handling logisitics in challenging environments he is well placed to help organise the many strands of our ambitious project.
Ross also plays guitar and runs a publishing company called Pulpworm Ltd.
Zoe Murphy - Director
Zoe is an experienced community development and engagement professional, an educator and a freelance creative artist and writer. Zoe has worked with a variety of government, third sector, private organisations and educational establishments such as the University of Wales Trinity Saint David and Swansea University and her previous role as Community Engagement Officer for the University of Wales Trinity Saint David has meant she has worked with a diverse range of communities delivering educational sessions and arts projects. These groups have included university students, young people, refugees and asylum seekers, prisoners and ex-offenders, women’s groups, senior groups and has also taught in compulsory, further and higher education. She has delivered arts projects for the Taliesin, Arts Council of Wales and the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales. She is a published author and poet and is currently a Residential Support Worker for looked after children alongside developing her freelance artistic career.