Mark Woods is the very likeably funny man you’d want to sink a few pints down the pub with. With a background in journalism, and a stint writing for the award-winning Monkey and Al ad campaign, Mark joined Comic Relief in 2003 and is Head of Creative and Chief Writer.
Karen Holmes is a managing and training specialist. She has written extensively for the education market, including study modules, education packs, a number of careers titles, as well as articles for magazines and journals on careers development.
Tristram Hooley has a complex working life. He is variously the Director of Research at The Careers & Enterprise Company, Professor of Career Education at the University of Derby and a professor at the Inland Norway University of Applied Science. This means that he spends a lot of time on trains and planes, which gives him a lot of time to think and write about careers. He has published over 100 books, papers and articles on careers and related subjects, including You’re Hired: Job Hunting Online. He is also the author of the Adventures in Career Development blog.
Rachel has spent the last 30 years working as a midwife, infant feeding consultant, active birth teacher and parenting consultant. Always more interested in the parent-baby relationship than “catching” babies, Rachel co-created Henley Birthcare, a unique freelance midwifery and doula service offering bespoke care. She teaches other midwives and lectures on infant feeding and tongue-tie. Her approach to feeding, soothing and parenting babies is unique, practical and hugely successful.