Our dedicated, friendly and hard-working staff manage the day-to-day running of Work Stress Solution and helping and supporting others within the charity.
Parvin joined WSS in August 2017. She is responsible for coordinating and managing the operational delivery of services for WSS.
Parvin started her career in community work back in 2001. Prior to WSS, she was a teacher supporting individuals who have low levels of English language, an early years practitioner and a community leader.
Parvin hopes that through her work with WSS she can empower clients to rebuild their lives and take them in the direction they choose. She hopes that her enthusiasm, passion, and good humour will help. In November 2018 she won the Community Champion Award from East Surrey College to acknowledging the work she has done.
Parvin’s interests include continuously developing herself professionally and taking family and friends out for meals.
Silvia joined WSS as a Client coordinator in October 2022. Her role within the organisation will be to support all new and existing clients from initial onboarding stage to the end of their programme with WSS. Silvia will also deliver our nutrition-themed courses.
Silvia is a registered Nutritional Therapist, qualified with a BSc in Nutritional Therapy at the University of Westminster. In the past 10 years she has developed her experience in the nutrition field both working in private practice and by delivering nutrition workshops in community, sport and school settings. Prior to this, she worked as a career advisor in a community project for 7 years, assisting people returning to work with the delivery of targeted courses to increase their chances of securing new employment.
Silvia is looking forward to meeting and working with new and existing clients at WSS and hopes that her skills and experience will enhance their prospects to achieve their goals.
Smita joined WSS as a Volunteer coordinator in July 2022 and will be helping to launch the Support Squad project.
Smita completed her MSc in Operational Research at the London School of Economics and worked as an analyst at the Department of Health for 7 years before taking some time out to raise her family. Over the last 12 years, Smita has been working for a sheltered housing charity helping older people live independently in the community.
Smita is hoping that her analytic skills and measured approach will enable her to ensure that all volunteers have a great volunteering experience with WSS. Smita enjoys yoga and Zumba and going on walks with family and friends.