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Naomi is new U18 manager for Matthew Project

NaomiSelim370The Matthew Project’s Under18 service has a new Service Manager, Naomi Selim (right), a community and youth worker from Yorkshire.
Naomi’s appointment follows the promotion of former Under-18 Service Manager, Graeme Stewart, to the Assistant Director role, for the Christian charity which provides help and support for your people across Norfolk around alcohol and drug issues.
Prior to this post, Naomi worked in Yorkshire, co-ordinating the community and youth work activities for a regional housing association.
This is her first venture to the East, having worked in Durham in an advice setting and Newcastle with young parents in previous roles.
As a volunteer, Naomi has been both a Director and Youth worker for Christ Church Armley Youth Project, working with vulnerable young people in West Leeds. A committed Christian, she is keen to uphold the values of the Matthew Project.
The Service Manager role involves the management of the three area teams within Under18; ensuring a quality service for the young people who access the service as well as maintaining the high level of performance that the team has achieved.
For more information about The Matthew Project Under18 service please call: 01603 774360 or visit the website:


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