Stephanie Mooney and Johnny Fisher have joined the HCR team in UK. We are fortunate to have these two highly qualified and passionate people on board! Stay posted for updates of projects they will be working on.
Stephanie has been working with communities and community development for 18 years, with extensive experience of supporting health and other networks and projects across Tanzania and other parts of Africa. She has worked in partnership with a number of local charities, local government and other key stakeholders to develop and improve services for the community, helping them respond effectively to local need.
Stephanie has an MA in Diplomacy, Law and Global Change, is a qualified neighbourhood mediator and holds a Post-Graduate Certificate in Conflict Resolution. She has worked in local government as a senior monitoring and grants officer, and been responsible for the leading partnership teams with two other organisations.
She is married to Bernie who works for the National Health Service and they have a delightful two-year old daughter.
Johnny hails from Scotland and is married to Kristine and they have two children. For the last four years Johnny has been working for another media organisation facilitating audience engagement and project strategy workshops in India, Bangladesh, Central Asia and the Middle East. As an electronic engineer Johnny worked as and Systems Engineer and Hardware Engineer for major commercial companies, before becoming a support worker for homeless people in Edinburgh. He later moved to Austria to work as a church and community leader supporting migrant workers and refugees.