New Grad Trustee hits the ground running with a visit to the Houses of Parliament
Our new Grad Trustee, Cynthia Anyadi, began her trusteeship by representing Community-Apprentice at the Houses of Parliament for an event to celebrate the winners of the AVIVA Community Fund 2016.
Cynthia is passionate about programmes like Community-Apprentice that empower young people and support them to thrive. As our Grad Trustee she’ll use this passion to represent Envision at exciting events, provide an invaluable youth voice in Trustee meetings and organise youth consultations to shape our work. She is looking forward to developing her leadership skills, gaining an insight into how a charity is run and creating connections with like-minded people who want to make a positive difference in their communities.
Cynthia has pledged to help keep young people at the forefront of everything we do;
I take pride in being able to represent the voices of hundreds of young people on the UK, many of whom will go on to do amazing work addressing issues they care about and becoming leaders in their community. In my role as Grad Trustee I'll strive to do them justice and make sure that Envision continues to be a charity for young people inspired by young people.
You can read more about Cynthia here.