Introducing our two new Communications Managers

We’re delighted to announce that the London National Park city team has recently expanded with the addition of two new Communications Managers, Miriam Habte Sellasie and Sadim Garvey, who will be working together to help more people understand how they can do London differently within London National Park City. 

Miriam will lead on content curation and delivery across a number of communications channels with her kick-off project focusing on drawing out individual stories from our growing Ranger community and how they are each supporting more people in their communities to deliver the shared promise and ambition set out in the London National Park City Charter.

She said: “I’m really excited about playing a pivotal role in the success of London National Park City. With the movement’s fifth anniversary approaching, there’s never been a more important time to share London National Park City’s vision of supporting grassroots organisations to make the capital a beacon for people and the planet. Through the power of storytelling I’ll be working to chronicle a series of greener, wilder and healthier milestones as London National Park City looks to the future.”

Sadim will lead on website development, ensuring that the London National Park City website showcases all of the ways people can discover, make and do as part of London National Park City. Her aim is to ensure that visitors to the site will be easily able to access the information they need and in turn can clearly understand the role they can play in the London National Park City movement. 

She said: “I am delighted to be joining the team at this point in time as we prepare to celebrate the fifth anniversary. I can’t wait to see how the charity blossoms; connecting more and more people to nature.”

On the appointments Mark Cridge, Executive Director, National Park City, added: “Building on the success of last year’s Do London Differently campaign, with Sadim and Miriam joining we’re creating more opportunities for more Londoners to be inspired to make their neighbourhoods greener, healthier, and wilder.”

Miriam and Sadim will be supported in their work by the London National Park City team and communications champions in its Ranger community in addition to Trustees.

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