OSDC newest member of staff

OSDC would like to welcome Megan Ohri to the company. Megan has joined OSDC two days a week while also working three days per week as a Volunteering Development Officer in Greater Manchester.

Megan’s background in community development work in the voluntary sector has given her a wealth of skills and experience in understanding the needs of organisations and facilitating organisational development.

This has included: developing partnerships & consortia; social enterprise development; preparing for commissioning; performance improvement (monitoring & evaluation, strategic planning, assessing and improving quality); implementing full cost recovery; good practice in volunteering and developing an outcomes approach.

Megan has experience of working with a wide range of organisations from all sectors. over the last few years she has worked intensively with youth groups, international development NGOs and mental health organisations. Megan is currently training to become a Mental Health First Aid instructor (more details on this in the next blog).

In her spare time Megan enjoys eating out, practicing yoga and chairing a local voluntary youth group called Manchester Youth Volunteering Project.

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Welcome to the first OSDC blog

OSDC (Organisation and Social Development Consultants Limited) is a multi-racial company which provides training, research and consultancy in the field of equal opportunities, capacity building and social inclusion.

We have been working in this field since 1985 and we are one of Britain’s longest established equality and community development consultancies. We have experience of working with the public, voluntary and private sector at all levels and in different fields including management training, organisation review and materials production. We have written and produced a number of training manuals and guidance notes on equality and diversity.

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