Carlos Burgos, Myfanwy Taylor, and Ariana Markowitz are pleased to invite you to the Annual General Meeting of the West Green Road/Seven Sisters Development Trust on Thursday 16 March at 8:30pm on Zoom. At the meeting, we will present and approve the Annual Report of our activities over the last year and then open up for questions and comments. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a link.
Carlos Burgos, Myfanwy Taylor y Ariana Markowitz tienen el agrado de invitarles a la Reunión General Anual del West Green Road/Seven Sisters Development Trust que se llevará a cabo el jueves 16 de marzo a las 8:30pm en Zoom. En la reunión, presentaremos y aprobaremos el Informe Anual de nuestras actividades durante el último año. Posteriormente, habrá un espacio para preguntas y comentarios. Favor de escribir a email@example.com para recibir un link.
We are pleased to share that Ariana Markowitz is joining the West Green Road/Seven Sisters Development Trust as a Trustee. Ariana is a social urbanist and feminist researcher who specialises in participatory urban design amid conflict. Her research and practice have focused on Latin America for most of the last 10 years, especially El Salvador, but she has also worked on the Middle East, West Africa, Southeast Asia, Europe, and the US. She holds a PhD in Development Planning from UCL and works for Lambeth council as the borough’s Community Safety Engagement Manager. As a resident of Seven Sisters, Ariana will be bringing her experience and expertise to bear in partnership with her neighbours to support and uplift the people who work in, live in, and enjoy our town centre.
Ariana will be aiding the Trust as it facilitates the development of the recently established Community Benefit Society, which will be implementing the Wards Corner Community Plan. She will additionally be advancing other projects with local partners to deliver services that meet community needs, particularly while Latin Village remains closed, and guiding the process to transform the Trust into a charity.
Community organising and partnership development for the Community Plan
As part of our community organising strategy, we are hiring a freelance worker to engage the local community and build strong partnerships to support the Community Plan and our bid for the long-term lease for Wards Corner and the market. This person will help transform years of community campaigning into a sustainable model of democratic community ownership.
The organiser will be responsible for ensuring that Tottenham’s diverse communities – in particular working class, Latin American, Black and other minoritised groups that live or work in Tottenham or who use its economic, social and cultural facilities – are empowered to play a strong role in this process, shaping the future of the site and the reinvestment of surplus resources in the local area.
If you are interested in this project, please send your CV and cover letter by midnight Monday 22nd August to firstname.lastname@example.org. More information about what these should include can be found in the job description above.
We recognise that talent and experience may not be reflected in paid professional roles and formal qualifications, and we encourage anyone who might think twice about applying, including those from minority ethnic groups, LGBTQ people, and people with disabilities, to submit an application. We are proud of the diverse community of which we are a part and invite you to bring your whole self to work.
If you have any questions about the project, or the application process, get in touch!