Nic Jones

Nic worked as one half of the Aguaconsult support team job share for five years, providing office and administrative management and, programme support for proposals and projects.  Leaving in 2020 Nic is now developing her ceramic studio - teaching ceramics, making Zeer pots and spending time producing her own Raku pottery. https://www.clayshape.co.uk/

Prior to working with Aguaconsult Nic had nearly ten years’ experience in international development, working as an Information and Administration Officer for CAFOD.  During this time Nic played a central role in providing project and programme support to offices across East Africa, including a secondment to the Ethiopia office and developing and delivering training on Programme Cycle Management and Financial procedures to staff and partner organisations.

Nic now provides ad hoc administrative and editing support to Aguaconsult.

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