Kelly Finnis – Director
I am extremely proud to be a part of the Emmaus team. My career for many years has been devoted to developing and delivering services for homeless individuals in the city of Hull. I have a genuine interest and passion around supporting those who access homeless services, those most in need of social inclusion and support. I am very much looking forward to establishing the Emmaus model in Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire which will have a huge impact on homeless provision in the city. If I were to summarise Emmaus in a few words those would be: Inclusiveness, Life Changing and Empowering.
Alex Slater – Operations Manager
I am really excited to be a part of Emmaus Hull & East Riding, I think the model is fantastic, I am really looking forward to driving business forward and ensuring that Emmaus is recognised for its great contribution to local communities and developing skills and enterprise!
Kelly Louise Meacock – Social Enterprise Manager
Previously I worked in a logistics background and after long thought returned to University to begin a new career helping people. Whilst through University I volunteered for a variety of services which have connected me with beginning a career in helping the homeless. I am passionate about the Emmaus ethos, principles, vision and value and feel privileged to not only be able to work with the companions who reside with us but to be a part of a charity that makes a genuine difference.
Paul Towle – Retail Cluster Manager
Tel: 07940 357938
Caroline Russell – Community Support Worker
I have worked within homelessness now for 13+ years and am excited about my role with Emmaus as Community Support Worker and working with a fresh new approach to tackling the issues around homelessness.
Its good to be part of a new dynamic team which is building a new community for companions to belong.
It’s refreshing to see our companions’ thriving within the social enterprise aspect of the community but also how as a community they are growing stronger and coming together.
.Mark Stephenson – Logistics Operator
Having worked as a volunteer I was really happy to get the opportunity to have a full time job with Emmaus. I work with a great team of companions and staff and look forward to coming to work every day to make a contribution to a very worthwhile organisation.
Mark Mowforth – Driver
Hi my name is Mark Mowforth . My work back ground was Demolition industry and I also worked as a casual Driver on weekends for Emmaus helping support deliveries and collections around Hull . In 2019 a full time job came up and I was successful in gaining the position. I really enjoy working with a great charity and working alongside all of the companions.
Lucie Carroll – Outreach & Community Manager
I am really excited to be joining the team at Emmaus. I have a real passion for helping people and feel privileged for the opportunity to be part of an organisation that makes a real difference in people’s lives and in the community. I am looking forward to getting stuck in with the team, and together transforming lives and giving people hope.
“I am a firm believer in everything Emmaus stands for”
Jesse Bentley – Rough Sleeper Outreach Worker
I am just starting out at Emmaus as a outreach support worker. It has always been a goal of mine to try to help and make a difference to people who are not as fortunate as the rest of us or in need of a little helping hand to get them to where they want to be. I feel by working at Emmaus, I will have a great opportunity to do so and I am very excited to get started. I can not think of a better company, with better visions, values and motives.
Jade Murphy – Outreach Team Leader
I have previously worked with female offenders and vulnerable women. I have supported individuals with multiple complex support needs such as substance misuse issues, those suffering from mental health distress, homelessness and domestic abuse victims.
I am really looking forward to beginning a new journey with Emmaus and contributing to the genuine difference that they help people to make in their lives!
Rosie Varley – Outreach Worker
My career background sits within the Health & Social care sector. It was during the time I spent at University that I developed a strong passion for helping others and supporting people to be able to reintegrate back into society. I have previously worked with a diverse service user group, including those who suffer from mental health problems, issues around substance misuse and offenders. I am honoured to have the opportunity to be a part of the Rough Sleeper Outreach Ream at Emmaus and I am really looking forward to providing support to people who are rough sleeping in Hull & East Riding. I am proud to work for a charity which makes such a significant difference to the lives of others.