Creative Exchange has broad experience of working on complex projects. We know we need to find the right fit for our clients. We are fortunate in our long term working relationships and are able to draw on this to find the right person for the job. We also work closely with other consultancies who are in similar work and are committed to sharing their expertise and building partnerships.
We were pleased to work with Uprising and to be introduced to some of their students. Working with the team was a delight.We have certainly shared some good times together Their dedication and their sense of fun even when the going was tough has been remarkable.
Halema has worked in Digital Marketing & Communications and was immediately attracted to the PRODEST project. Interested and passionate in finding new ways to engage with young people and empowering them to utilise their skill-set in a productive way, digital storytelling has helped Halema learn new and creative ways to support young people. One of the best things Halema has enjoyed so far includes meeting new people, new ideas and hiking with the team in Slovakia.
Hi, I’m Nushrath! Having graduated in the Study of Religions, I’m currently on the Hertfordshire County Council Graduate Management Scheme. In the past year I’ve worked on a number of projects relating to service redesign, focussing on financial and people management.
In light of Brexit and the unnerving condition of the global economic environment it’s fantastic to be a part of PRODEST. The projects backing of entrepreneurs via collaborative learning is much needed and very much an initiative I will continue to support.
Stephanie is an economics enthusiast who is passionate about governance in Africa and its translation to economic development. She has experience working on various projects in Nigeria, Uganda and Morocco, which ranges from community development, SME consulting and photography. Stephanie currently works at the Home Office as a Policy Advisor. She holds a BA Economics degree from Coventry University and is currently pursuing an MSc in Global Economic Governance and Policy at SOAS, University of London.
I am Kreepa a graduate with a masters in Global Development Futures and an undergraduate degree in Geography with Business Management.
My previous role at Queen Mary Students’ Union involved creating a Peer Mentoring scheme to help students transition into university. I have since developed an interest in empowering young people to reach their potential with a focus on those from diverse backgrounds. This is is one of the main reasons I decided to get involved in the Protest project as it helps to highlight alternative routes for young people.
I have worked as one of the group editors on the project. My skills are animation and video editing. I joined the project because I wanted to hear about the stories that entrepreneurs had to tell. I decided to offer up my skill to this project. It has been an interesting opportunity to learn about how people battle adversity through thick and thin to come out on top and make a life for themselves. I have learned a lot through hearing the stories of these amazing and inspiring people.
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Diana Hudson – Director
Diana is Director of Creative Exchange. Her background is in the creative industries and has run several businesses. She is an innovative Project Manager, trainer and assessor with extensive business development and training experience. Her great love is building partnerships sometimes with the most unlikely combinations.
She is great communicator and a focused and accomplished leader driving long-term positive change that enhances social impact and profitability.