Always remember that your power is greater than your fear.
meet the team
Ali Golds: Founder
Ali is a Growth Coach, Author and Speaker, supporting women to achieve economic independence through starting their own businesses, as well as developing self-esteem and confidence.
Ali started The Juno Project with the purpose of helping girls and women to reach their potential, and wrote the This Is Me programme as a result of her own experiences, having seen the need for early intervention both in her work in education, as well as in business.
Paul Lantsbury: Trustee
Paul is a Finance Director, entrepreneur and business adviser who has made a career out of helping both businesses and individuals to manage their money better.
He has over 25 year’s experience of working in industry across a wide range of sectors. Paul is also the ex Finance Director of internet greetings card giant Moonpig.com and currently works as CFO/COO at Be the Business - the new movement launched by UK business leaders to transform the nation’s productivity through the provision of information, tools, training and collaboration opportunities.
Gosia Tomicka: Facilitator
Originally from Poland, Gosia studied in three countries before coming to the UK. She has been working as an assessor and tutor for the last seven years, helping people to get back into employment and then higher education.
Having experienced a lot of challenges, she is very passionate about teaching others hands on techniques to help them to manage mental health problems and disabilities.
Gosia is a keen biker, and loves dancing and the Arts.
Sam Jackson: Trustee
Sam is currently the Sales and Marketing Director for Welland Medical Ltd.
Roll back 23 years, she was a single mum, unemployed and in the process of being made homeless.
Having gone onto achieve a Masters Degree and become a Company Director, Sam joined The Juno Project to work with young people to show them it doesn't matter what their background is, they have the potential to achieve more.
Sam is currently training for the Great North Run.
Asha Musoni: Chair of Trustees
Asha is currently a Programme Lead in the Home Office’s Human Resources division and has worked in the public sector across a number of functions and policy areas for over 12 years.
She was inspired to join The Juno Project as she is keen to support young people in unlocking their true potential whatever their background or experience, having faced her own personal challenges in the past. She is married and mother to three active children. In her spare time Asha enjoys reading, travelling and is a self-confessed foodie.
We are growing!
We are looking for the following people to join our team:
- Programme Facilitators
- P/T Mentor Manager
- P/T Administrator
If you are interested in joining our team, and making a difference - please get in touch. We'd love to hear from you!