Marcin John

Marcin has been working as NGO Leader and Project Manager for more than 10 years. He graduated in Psychology from Warsaw University, Poland. He is a freelancer and works as a Coach and soft-skills Trainer.

Asier Carrasco Gonzalez

Asier has been working as a youth worker in local, national and international settings with various organisations since 1997. He has taken part on different management boards of youth organisations and has worked in the public, private and third sectors in education and youth work projects. Asier has been a freelance trainer and consultant for just over 15 years. His interests go from learning (and how we learn) or Human Rights Education to Inclusion or Environmental education.

Sarah Rowlinson

Sarah works as an LGBTQ Youth Coordinator in South London where she runs groups, delivers workshops in schools and facilitates training sessions for professionals.

She has worked in social care, youth work and the student movement for the last 15 years. She’s spent the last six of these in LGBTQ youth organisations, delivering youth services, facilitating trainings and workshops and coordinating leadership mentoring programmes.

Sarah previously served on the IGLYO Board from 2012-14. She describes herself as a passionate activist, cheese lover and Cher impersonator. Her lucky number is 37.

Matea Popov

Matea is a psychologist currently working as a coordinator of a psycho-social support program of Trans Aid Association in Croatia. Her background is a combination of activist work on community building, education and support programs, and on the other hand, psychology work on coming out processes, support groups, counselling and psychotherapy.

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