Meet our dream team
Brad works for an international charity as a fundraising manager.
He can regularly be found completing fundraising challenges at the top of mountains!
Brad is passionate about breaking down barriers to elevate people from poverty.
Emily currently works as an Assistant Project Worker for a youth empowerment organisation based in South Yorkshire.
She has just completed her Masters in English and Modern History and can always recommend a great book!
FOUNDER & CEO
Sarah established Chula in 2019 after returning from working on projects in Kenya which advocated for women's rights and equality. Sarah is trained as a Primary School teacher and spent 5 years as a classroom teacher and has always volunteered on projects, in the UK and abroad, supporting the education of disadvantaged young people.
She can often be found exploring the Peak District with her gorgeous dogs Oli and Rex. She is also studying for a Masters in International Relations.
Georgina's background is in PR and communications and she currently works in the communications team for South Yorkshire Police.
Georgina lives in Sheffield with her amazing cat, Rudi - it is hard to find one without the other!
Verity is a Primary School teacher and has over 10 years of experience working with young people. She spent 5 years living in Mexico City and has now recently moved to Sheffield.
Verity is also a trained, and very talented artist!
BECOME a chula trustee!
Would you like to use your skills to make a real change to the lives of young women?
Get your voice heard to influence our decisions to ensure the best interest of beneficiaries and the project as a whole.
We are currently recruiting trustees for several positions, which can be viewed here
Contact us via email if you are interested.
youth trustee board
My favourite feminist is Frida Kahlo because she was an unapologetic queer woman who challenged gender stereotypes and embraced her beauty and differences. She also painted the raw and honest experiences that many women face.
Advocacy to me means publicly supporting and encouraging others by giving them a voice and creating positive change. Advocacy is concerned with ending injustices around the world and challenging harmful narratives.
I am most excited to be able to make positive changes to others lives and help create a safer, equal society for women around the world.
Nadia Nadim - an Afghan-Danish footballer who has conquered so many challenges, she fled Afghanistan as a refugee twenty years ago, moving with her family to Denmark where she began her footballing journey. Alongside this she is training to become a surgeon and can speak 9 languages fluently! I think she is a great role model and sets an amazing example to young women and aspiring footballers.
Using our own confidence and connections to voice the opinions and situations of others who do not feel able to do so. It is noticing a silence in others, and seeking to ensure their views are considered and accepted, and all our identities celebrated within society.
I am looking forward to making connections and meeting and interacting with new people who have all had different experiences, as well as helping out the local and global community.
Meet our VOLUNTEERS
Jane Fonda. An absolute eco-warrior, anti-racist queen who, in her 80s, shows no sign of stopping!
What are you most proud of yourself for?
Honestly, getting through this year!
It’s been so hard for everyone in different ways but now it’s ending I’m feeling reflective over how much I have achieved despite the times.
What piece of advice would you give your younger self?
If you want to do the thing, do the thing!
Care less about what other people think and trust in yourself more.
Fancy joining our fabulous team?
We would love to hear from you!
Simply contact us at hello@chulaeducation to find out more,
or take a look at our
page to see what we've got going on!