Paul Presents Community United with Alice Kunjappy Clifton
Alice is the director of Community United and she chats to Paul today about her works with Community United and what they want to achieve, plus tells us all about the One Community Cricket and Family Fun Day is taking place on 25th September 2022 at Falkland Cricket Club’s main ground in Newbury.
Alice has amassed extensive insights in health, social care and voluntary sector with achievements that has had excellent result related outcomes. Her strong knowledge in aspects of people and change management including human engineering, information governance, budget management, branding, business development, trauma & crisis management, research & development.
Alice has developed and outstanding track record recruiting and training staff, effectively managing personnel development and leading teams to consistently deliver peak performance.
Unique skills – information governance, engagement and organisational ability, patient safety, learning & development and investigative skills with research and root cause analysis
Focusing on making a positive difference in the lives of the cultural, ethnic and diaspora communities, large and small, who live and work in our area.
Diversity is a fact.
Equity is a choice.
Inclusion is an action.
Belonging is an outcome.
“No matter who you are and what you do to live, thrive and survive, there are still some things that make us all the same”
The Blues Brothers, 1980
Everyone welcome | Free entry | Car parking available
The second Community United One Community Cricket and Family Fun Day is taking place on 25th September 2022 at Falkland Cricket Club’s main ground in Newbury.
Twice as big as last year, there are twelve teams playing in the cricket competition on the day.
They are very grateful to the Berkshire Cricket Foundation for their help and support.
Berkshire Youth will be providing entertainment and activities for young people, and Kennet Radio will be providing a musical backdrop to the day.
There will be a diverse selection of food available, with respect to culture and religion.