We value our volunteers and the contribution they bring to the Evergreen Team in serving the community.
Su is responsible for overseeing our wonderfully dedicated group of volunteers at our Stamford office. Her experience working with volunteers lies in mustering help with church and village events in the nearby villages of Bainton, Ashton and indeed Wittering, primarily in her role as a Reader within the Church of England.
A year or so before applying to join the Evergreen Su had been into the Stamford office to meet with Louise Marsh, our CEO and founder, as on hearing of the origins of the Evergreen and the myriad of voluntary work undertaken she was most intrigued to meet with the person behind the vision.
Previously Su’s career has been in supporting teams in Personal Assistant roles and most recently in maintaining one key account within a local multi-national company. An attention to detail and dedication to a job well done epitomizes Su’s work ethos.
One of the highlights of Su’s working career was with the Mission to Seafarers and her “voluntary” yearlong work placement in Fremantle, Western Australia. Here saw Su clambering onboard small Tuna fishing boats and conversely ginormous container ships, speaking, and conversing to primarily men in English and with a lot of hand waving when English was not a common language.
Su loves to spend time in Germany with her family, being most proud of her Germanic roots, as her mother heralded from East Germany originally and post war saw a move with the rest of her family to West Germany. In Su’s spare time she like to bake especially with fruit either from her garden in Bainton or from the allotments which are painstakingly tended by husband Graham. She enjoys walking her 2 dogs in the local countryside and keeps fit cycling to work, weather permitting.