Howard Littler has joined the Trust in the new role of Fellowship Manager.
Howard has previously worked in higher education, where for the last ten years he has overseen campaigns and projects focused on empowering young people to be powerful advocates. Most recently he was a senior manager at Goldsmiths, University of London, where he was responsible for management of the membership-facing teams in the Students’ Union, notably including projects focused on underrepresented students.
He has been both a mentor and mentee throughout his career, and has witnessed the transformative effect it can have on individual development. Howard says “my experience of mentoring, and the compelling mission of the John Schofield Trust attracted me to join at a time of great momentum for the organisation. I’m keen to meet colleagues and supporters and get started!”
David Stenhouse, the Trust’s CEO, said: ‘Howard will be a huge asset to the Trust at a time when we are expanding our activities and growing our mentoring schemes.’