Debbie Freeman – comes with over 25 years experience of work in the area of people facing multiple disadvantage. Her work within both the community, voluntary and statutory sectors ranges from support work to service design and implementation, strategy and commissioning, in areas such as substance use, housing and homelessness. Debbie is interested in culture change within organisations, shifting power to communities and alternative conceptions of ‘mental health’. Debbie works in Zebra’s community work team in Plymouth.
Haley Peckham (PhD) – Mental health nurse, neuroscientist, and philosopher, pictured here with her Number One fan, Raspberry.
Haley brings critical perspectives from neuroscience and evolutionary biology to contemporary perspectives of trauma-informed care, and to the challenges of working coherently with our own and others’ vulnerability and accountability.
Brigid McKittrick – background in voluntary sector support services. Focus on strengths / asset-based approaches & trauma-informed and solution-focused practice.
Marc Gardiner– co-founder of Zebra, came with experience from multifarious roles in social care and community work. Leads on our trauma-informed and solution-focused practice work and involved in all elements of Zebra’s offer.
Tom Miller – occupational therapist and community mental health worker with a long and varied career involving the design, delivery and management of community treatment and support services. Active in our trauma-informed, ‘mental health’ & well-being work.
Chas Shaw – co-founder of Zebra, with a background in co-operative development and resident participation & empowerment. Zebra finance & administration.