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Michael has been with International Service since 2013, serving as Director of Corporate Services, becoming Deputy Chief Executive and is now Executive Director.
Before International Service Michael worked at the Alzheimer’s Society, and before that had a long career in the NHS, mainly in the Ambulance Service where he became Director of Human Resources.
Michael is passionate about environmental issues and likes bicycle maintenance and cycling, and is a long suffering Leeds United supporter.
Caleb Rowan joined International Service in 2015 as Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, before joining the management team in 2017.
Prior to International Service Caleb worked at social research firm Qa Research as an interviewer and team leader specialising in research on sensitive topics including the living wage and poverty and health inequalities.
Caleb's big interests are gender equality and poverty, particularly food poverty. In their spare time they do woodworking, Dungeons and Dragons and play with their toddler.
Leila joined International Service in 2021, having previously worked with Oxfam, The Joseph Rowntree Foundation, and on youth empowerment projects with Care leavers.
Together with her current role, Leila is partway through studying for an MA in Applied Human Rights with the University of York, and is on track to graduate in September 2022. Leila’s decision to pursue her MA was influenced by her experiences engaging with local activism around food inequality and homelessness over the past six years.
In her free time Leila enjoys allotment gardening, foraging, camping, sea swimming; and is very likely to ask you about your favourite archaeological site.
Youth Engagement Coordinator
Juliet joined International Service in March 2021. Having grown up in York, she returned after graduating with a BA in Contemporary Chinese Studies and International Relations from the University of Nottingham.
Alongside her work, Juliet is also involved in climate action and fast fashion campaigns and is an Events Officer for a think tank for Europe-Asia relations.
In her free time, Juliet enjoys photography, drinking copious amounts of tea, travelling, and trying her best not to mention China in every conversation (so far she's been unsuccessful!).