Meet Claire Chick
our new member of the team!
Claire joined C3SC in April 2021 as Third Sector Development Manager, following 25 years in Local Government in a variety of roles including but not exclusive to joint partnership working and developing innovative community projects and empowering communities to take ownership in making these projects sustainable.
Her role is to provide a comprehensive and responsive infrastructure third sector support service focussed on community resilience, community action and effective engagement in public policy and services.
She joined C3SC because I am passionate about supporting communities and listening to their needs and aspirations with a focus on building resilient and cohesive communities. She is committed to promoting positive partnership working as she strongly believes that together we can achieve more.
Outside of work Claire spends the majority of her time at the Gower, she also enjoys walking, outdoor cold water swimming cooking and reading.
Meet Roger Bassett-Jones
another new member of our team!
Roger joined C3SC in April 2021 and his role is to work with members, C3SC colleagues and stakeholders to identify and develop new business and funding opportunities and to lead on communication and marketing to ensure members are well informed about C3SC and its role in supporting sustainability across the third sector in the city. Roger will also act as a point of reference for best practice in quality assurance processes that strengthen C3SC’s position.
Previously Roger was a Relationship Manager at Business in the Community with over 20 years knowledge and experience working in the field of responsible business and corporate social responsibility, the latter 10 years supporting companies in this area.
Educated to degree level and a member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing (MCIM), Roger is currently studying for an Institute of Leadership & Marketing qualification as part of his continuous professional development (CPD).
Meet Catherine Moulogo
our new Trustee Board Member!
She has worked in the third sector for 12 years in both Wales and the South Pacific. She’s previously worked in Tuvalu for IWRM Pacific, at Keep Wales Tidy, PONT and Dolen Cymru. Currently, as a Development Support Manager at Hub Cymru Africa, She’s part of a team supporting small charities across Wales who work in global solidarity with communities in Sub Saharan Africa. She leads the Springboard project which supports online learning for our community; helping them improve their access to funding and promoting best practice. She also collaborates with SSAP on Reframing the Narrative – a project promoting anti-racism in the sector. She’s secretary of Climate Action Caerphilly Gweithredu Hinsawdd who is planting a Tiny Forest in Caerphilly; improving wellbeing and access to nature within the community as well as improving habitat and reducing the impact of climate change.
The third sector in both Wales and overseas are central in creating change. I’m particularly passionate about the role of small charities as they are in right position and have the most accurate understanding to best support and advocate for their communities. Working for small charities in Cardiff, I have been supported by C3SC and know how valuable that help can be; I’m honoured to now be part of C3SC.