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Mari-Wyn Elias-Jones

MARI-WYN ELIAS-JONES - DEVELOPMENT MANAGER

 Mari-Wyn joined the Foundation in February 2016 having working for the Vale of Glamorgan Council for a period of 5 years in the areas of rural regeneration and economic development. Previous to that Mari-Wyn worked as a project manager for the Mental Health Foundation and senior officer for Sport Wales in both the regional and national departments. Having graduated BA (Hons) in Sociology and Information Systems, Mari-Wyn joined the West Midlands police force’s graduate scheme and served as a police officer for a period of 5 years, specialising in surveillance, before returning to Wales to work in various developmental and grant giving roles.

 

Mari-Wyn’s special interests/expertise include: health, nutrition and physical activity, Welsh language and heritage, and animal welfare.

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