Amp Team Diary: December 2018

Each month, members of the WEAll Amplification team (Amp team) share what they’ve been working on, and their priorities for the coming month.

Find out more about our team members here 

Ana Gomez 

What’s kept you busy in December?

  • Making plans for supporting more local hubs
  • Developing more ways to support and communicate with members
  • Onboarding more new members who are doing amazing work to build a wellbeing economy around the world

December highlight:

  • Our time as a team in Glasgow!

January priorities:

  • Plans for WEAll members at NESI Global Forum 2019, which for our network will be an important opportunity to come together
  • Getting involved with plans for WEAll Citizens, bringing it together with local hub plans
  • Setting up online “WEAll Talk” events for members to discuss and connect on issues that matter to them

 

Lisa Hough-Stewart 

What’s kept you busy in December?

  • Developing plans for WEAll Citizens
  • Working on funding proposals
  • The launch of tickets for NESI Forum 2019 – get yours now!

December highlight:

  • Spending time as a team in Glasgow working on strategy and fundraising priorities

January priorities:

  • Supporting the launch of Katherine’s amazing book with events and media work
  • Participating in a Narrative workshop with experts in Lancaster
  • Ramping up the work on WEAll Citizens, including getting the working group going
  • Leading WEAll’s contribution to an exciting partnership funding bid

 

Katherine Trebeck

What’s kept you busy in December?

  • Spending time with the Amp team – and bringing the Amps and the Scotland team together in Glasgow!
  • Publication of the WEAll story so far in MINT magazine
  • Funding applications for some exciting new bits of work

December highlight:

  • Being together as a team is always a highlight, it was great to make progress on fundraising strategy in particular

January priorities:

  • The launch of my new book ‘The Economics of Arrival: ideas for a grown up economy’
  • Heading to Lancaster for intensive meetings with storytelling experts on developing and testing wellbeing economy narratives
  • More work on funding bids – making real progress so fingers crossed!

 

 

Stewart Wallis

What’s kept you busy in December?

  • Fundraising – especially with prospective donors in the US
  • Governance and strategy development
  • Engaging with our wonderful members

December highlight:

  • Being together in Scotland and meeting the WEAll Scotland team who are all great

January priorities:

  • Fundraising, and more fundraising!
  • Moving the governance process forward with our working group, and sharing our proposed governance model with all WEAll members

 

Michael Weatherhead

What’s kept you busy in December?

  • Completing the overall design for the NESI 2019 Forum
  • Arranging a new (legal) home for WEAll for 2019 with WEAll member ‘The Equality Trust’

December highlight:

  • Arranging a new (legal) home for WEAll for 2019 with the wonderful ‘Equality Trust’

January priorities:

  • Initiating the various NESI Forum working groups to establish the details of the NESI Forum
  • Producing more externally accessible information about WEAll
  • Submission of fundraising proposals to advance the work of the business cluster

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