Meet Donna Craine our new ‘Survivors for Peace’ professional
December 22, 2014 | Nick Taylor
Donna Craine has joined the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace to work on the Survivors for Peace project.
Donna is from North East Manchester and has joined us from another charity, Shelter, were she worked for the previous six years giving housing and debt legal advice.
Before that she spent time working in a number of prisons in the North West, managing a team of Peer Volunteers.
After a month in the job, Donna said: “I am really still very excited to be here and soaking in the wonderful vibe from the Centre, my fantastic colleagues and the people I get to meet.
“So far I think the highlights for me have been attending the Conflict Resolution and the Leadership weekends. I was truly moved by everyone’s commitment to the weekends, and by the experiences people shared as well as the level of empathy from everyone towards each other.
“I just can’t wait for the future workshops we run and to see where this exciting journey takes us!”
Donna is also a Hypnotherapist and has a keen interest in psychology. She is currently working towards a degree in that subject.
Donna lives with her boyfriend, two dogs and a cat, and loves cooking, baking and music.
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