We welcome new colleagues

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Emma Travis-Neale joins as new Grants Officer
John Stienlet takes the new role of Pro-Bono Brokerage Coordinator for Bristol City Funds
Angela Emms is our new Philanthropy Executive in B&NES

Following a year of record-breaking grant-making we’re delighted to welcome three new colleagues.

·         Emma Travis-Neale Grants Officer

Emma’s background is in managing donor relationships, funding applications and organising events mainly within the arts sector. Originally from Yorkshire, lived in London for eight years before heading to Bristol. Emma’s previous roles include a recent stint at the Bristol Old Vic.

·         John Stienlet Pro Bono Brokerage Co-ordinator for Bristol City Funds

John has been working with businesses and the voluntary sector over the last 18 years to help strengthen local communities across Bristol and the South West. Most recently he worked for the Prince’s responsible business network, Business in the Community, co-ordinating the innovative Business Connector programme. 

·         Angela Emms Philanthropy Executive B&NES

Angela is an experienced charity fundraiser, having worked for national and local charities including Action for Children, The Rainbow Centre for Children and NSPCC. Angela will work alongside Claire Wynne Hughes in their Bath office in Northgate House. These two part-time team members will continue Quartet’s work connecting B&NES based philanthropists with local charitable causes.