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Amish joins Free2B with a career and research in the renewable energy sector. He formerly taught at University and through his role as warden assistant, helped young people through difficult situations. Amish also volunteers with our Gap LGBTQ+ Youth Club and very much enjoys the role.
His love and compassion for animals made him shift to a plant-based diet but he admits, he still hasn’t found a suitable meat replacement yet!
Zamy supports our youth project work within schools, at events and at The Gap youth club with a focus on BAME participation.
They are committed to supporting young LGBT+ individuals in their personal and emotional growth. They have extensive experience supporting LGBT+ people of migrant experience whilst volunteering for 2 years with the charity UK Lesbian & Gay Immigration Group (UKLGIG). They hold a master’s degree in Postcolonial Studies and as a student organiser, they co-founded the QTIBPOC Collective to create community spaces that centre healing and well-being for queer, trans and intersex Black people and People of Colour (QTIBPOC).
In their free time, Zamy enjoys reading, cooking, learning capoeira and spending time in nature.
Georgina is our Youth Counsellor providing therapeutic support as part of our youth service provision.
Georgina is a Dramatherapist, registered with both the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and the British Association of Dramatherapy (BADth). She has extensive experience working with the education system, supporting young people, families and staff members through Individual and Group Therapy, as well as Wellbeing Workshops and Trainings. Alongside her therapeutic work, Georgina has a passion for writing academically, particularly contributing to LGBTQ+ discussions and content.
Georgina is driven by a passion to contribute to increasing inclusivity and creating a world where everyone can thrive as their authentic selves. Alongside her work, Georgina enjoys being active, getting outdoors and connecting with the arts as much as possible.
Tunde supports our youth project work within schools, at events and at The Gap youth club.
She has extensive experience of supporting young people with complex needs in a range of community settings and she is a qualified teacher, with experience in pupil referral units. She is passionate about sport and encourages young people to ‘get active’ as part of their progression.
Tunde is always on the go…she plays football, supports a local boxing charity and can be seen around Wandsworth cycling from one appointment to the next!