As a non-profit or charity our organisation has a board of trustees. They are the people who lead the charity and decide how it is run. Being a trustee means making decisions that will impact on people’s lives.
Trustees use their skills and experience to support the World Youth Organization, helping us achieve our aims. Trustees also often learn new skills during their time on the board.
This page may sometimes be updated when we recruit new trustees. Below we have listed our current trustees. For more information regarding trustees please email [email protected] If you would like to get in touch with our Chair of the board, email [email protected]
Chair of the board
Ayath is the World Youth Organizations chairperson of the trustee board. Currently working for the UK Government (HMRC) in a strategic corporate (non-tax) role. Previously at the Bank of England. Sponsored by the Learning and Skills Improvement Service (LSIS), to advise government and other FE sector organisations on how to improve further education policy in England.
Jack Welch B.A . (Hons)
Governance and Organisational Development
A freelancer in project work across Dorset, Jack has worked across the voluntary and community sector for over five years, while still under the age of twenty-five. Highly experienced in areas of youth empowerment and third sector affairs, he holds numerous positions across organisations which focus on disability, community development and health. He is a graduate in English and Creative Writing at the University of Winchester.
Eddie Aylett B.A. (Hons)
Eddie Aylett is the assistant head teacher at Bower Park Academy in Romford, Essex. He received his BA Honours in Physical Education with QTS from Greenwich University, London in 2000. He has taught in Secondary Education in the London Borough of Havering and has also taught overseas in The Netherlands. In addition to teaching Physical Education, Drama and Science, Mr. Aylett is his school’s academies International School coordinator and global leader. He is very excited to be a part of the World Youth Organization and its development.
Marketing and Press
Claire currently is Head of Intergrated Youth and Community Services for a local council in London. Claire has a diploma in Marketing and attended Henley Business School completing areas of Business Administration modules in Managing People, Finance, Operations, Information Systems, Strategic Direction and Business Transformation. Electives in Leadership and Creative Problem Solving.
Trustee (To be appointed)
Interested? Email [email protected]