Good News Shared Volunteers and Ambassadors

Good News Shared Volunteers


A number of people passionate about highlighting uplifting charitable stories have contributed to Good News Shared by researching and writing articles, being active on our social media sites including Instagram and Facebook, and contributing to our marketing strategy.

We recently redesigned our website with help from William Deng, a UX designer who has been volunteering his time and expertise.

Our Assistant Editor, Alex Swallow, has a range of experience in the charity sector, and has assisted us with our social media, content creation, and strategy.

Good News Shared Ambassadors


Our Ambassadors are carefully chosen people with a range of skills. They help support Good News Shared in a number of ways, including sharing our message with others.

Joe Dilger: An Educational Governance Consultant, and a member of JCI. @Dilger1Joe

Ali Golds: Entrepreneur, speaker and author. @ali_golds

Andy Green: After a time in Apprenticeship recruitment and placement Andy moved to the Charity sector. He is Senior Community Fundraiser – North Wales & Cheshire at Homes for Veterans At Alabare. Wales Homes for Veterans is our programme of support and accommodation to help those ex-Armed Forces personnel who have fallen on hard times, and who now need some short term support to recapture their self-esteem and equip themselves with the skills needed to manage independently again as fully participating members of the community. Andy also manages a Charity Professionals Networking Group on LinkedIn, is a Digital Volunteer for The Desert Rats Memorial Association and is “really thrilled to have been asked to act as an Ambassador to Good News Shared.”  @Andy_H4V

Judi Lembke: A writer and editor who specialises in feature profiles and other high-end content, Judi also works with documentary and other media, and is currently in the midst of a top-secret pitch that may be on your screens before the end of 2016..! @JudiLembke

Sophie Meadows: A Good News Shared supporter from the get go, Sophie started writing for Good News Shared during its early days, whilst studying English Literature at UCL. She loves theatre and collects ribbons. @SophieMeadows21

Mike Zywina: Experienced fundraiser & Founder of Lime Green Consulting, a consultancy advising on fundraising strategy, events management & individual giving. Trustee of AbleChildAfrica@mikezywina