Who we are

Our current team consists of:

Ash Bligh-Wall  Ash  has over a decade of experience in administration and organisation. For the last 5 years they have been providing various forms of support at an executive level to charities, non-profits and organisations. There are many strings to Ash’s bow, and they are delighted to be working with Community Resolve in assisting to build online courses, develop marketing strategies and provide financial administration.

Anna Gillions Anna has worked with people with a range of diverse needs since the 1990s, with particular focus on advocacand on conflict. She is currently researching the relationship between marginalisation, shame and aggression as part of a PhD with the Centre for Trust Peace and Social Relations at Coventry University. She is passionate about creating structures where people can feel safe, valued and included.

Murat Hassan  Fda BA Murat has trained in conflict resolution as well as facilitation and over the past year has been co developing a consultancy in Diversity and Inclusion. Murat has a history of working within the creative Industry, personally focusing on recruiting and mentoring staff from diverse and marginalised backgrounds. His work as a cultural producer has given him extensive expertise in working within high pressure environments where communication, respect and team management are key in maintaining the wellbeing and safety of all those involved. Murat’s approach is calm and he enjoys working collaboratively with people from all walks of life to find ways of healing and growth through conflict exploration.

Hen Wilkinson Hen trained as an accredited mediator in the 1990s. Since then she has been working on how to creatively engage with conflict, difference and divide within teams, organisations and local communities. In 2001, this led to the formation of Community Resolve. In 2017 she was funded by the UK’s Economic and Social Research Council to do a PhD in conflict and sustainable collaboration, and in 2020 joined the Jean Golding Institute at the University of Bristol as a senior research associate (part time).

Interested in joining us? We are always on the look out for people with ideas of how to develop related work, and from the widest possible range of backgrounds and lived experience.

Please get in touch if you’d like to meet up online sometime.