Andy Schofield – Director
With a career spanning over 30 years, the majority of which was spent in operational, policy and strategic roles for NRW and its predecessor organisations, Andy has extensive experience of the environmental issues throughout Wales and the challenges faced by those seeking to address them. Following a period working on the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon project Andy has most recently managed the GW4 Water Security Alliance, facilitating research collaborations across Bath, Bristol, Cardiff and Exeter universities.
Mrs Susan Cody – Administrator
Sue has worked for Environment Platform Wales since October 2018, having previously worked as Group Administrator, Psychological Medicine and PA to the Dean of Medicine (both at Cardiff University) and Executive Assistant to the Medical Director, Cardiff & Vale NHS Trust. Sadly, for those connected with the Platform, Sue will be leaving to face new challenges in autumn 2021.
Gemma Treharne-Foose – Communications Expert
Gemma has a background in communications, copywriting and online engagement consultancy, Gemma is contracted to Environment Platform Wales to provide expert advice to the Director and Board on matters relating to project communications and publicity. In her free time she writes theatre reviews and promotes the arts in Wales through a social enterprise called ‘Young Critics / Community Critics Wales’ and dance with Cardiff Cabaret Club.
Rita Papdi – Freelance designer
Rita has been working on projects with us since the very beginning. “I find the difficulty and challenge of engaging people through typography, illustration, visual compositions and animations amazing. This passion led me to the UK and put me in contact with Environment Platform Wales who is one of the dearest clients to me. It’s been a pleasure to work on the brand and produce design materials whilst I gained a wider spectrum of knowledge and inspirations for my further design work.”