Welcome Bahar – Our New Volunteer
Over the last few months, two Occupational Therapy students from UniSA – Veronica and Georgia – have been developing a plan and undertaking community consultation for a community garden project on the Clayton Wesley Uniting Church site. With their project in its final stages of completion, The Spire Community has installed a new manager of the project who will take it into its implementation stage.
A project coordinator who completed her Masters in Public Policy and Management from Carnegie Mellon University, Bahar’s background is in Insurance Management with some experience of working at Insurance companies in Iran. She has the experience of working on different community development projects, broadband development for Pacific Islands’ communities and some education programs for the South Asia region through an NGO called Future Earth Systems and Coffey International.
Bahar has offered her time to continue to develop the Spire Community Garden Project and will be here regularly on Fridays working on recruiting volunteers, managing resources and chairing meetings.
Please make Bahar feel welcome.
Our next meeting about the Spire Community Garden’s development is on Friday the 16th of May at 2pm in Hope’s Cafe.