Cheryl is an International humanitarian and development practitioner with 11 years' experience covering Africa, Asia and the UK. She has worked with a range of agencies such as Tearfund, RedR and Medair mostly in disaster and early recovery situations. Her particular skills lie in technical WASH programmes from design, implementation to final evaluation. She is passionate about facilitating learning in a creative way.
She is a chartered member of the Institution of Civil engineers and a member of RedR UK. Her publications include technical training materials for the Global WASH cluster, a technical paper for WEDC and she was a guest blogger for The Engineer.