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Dr. Elid Morris

Head of Operations
Elid Morris - Head of Operations

Elid is responsible for the day- to- day administration and funding operations of the Taith Programme. Elid oversees the development and delivery of the platform of systems, processes and procedures to support Taith.

It’s a Programme which has a wealth of life changing opportunities and possibilities for so many people. To be part of a ‘first of its kind Programme for Wales’ is very exciting and rewarding.

Other Staff

Holly Coleman - Grants Officer

Holly Coleman

Grants Officer

In my role as Grants Officer, I will be supporting the Taith team in the grants management cycle, providing advice and guidance to programme applicants and participants, and supporting the day-to-day operation of projects.

I have 14 years of experience in Further Education, where I worked to support those who may not have otherwise been able to access the learning opportunities that they had. I am so happy to be able to apply my knowledge, experience and passion to now work with the Taith team to help successful applicants take part in such an innovative and exciting programme.

Leah Doherty - Senior Project Manager

Leah Doherty

Senior Project Manager

Leah monitors, supports and plans board, resources and capacity. Leah is involved in most of the portfolios including resource management systems, IT systems, processes and programming for the programme.

I think Taith has the potential to open up opportunities for so many people across Wales and the world. I’m excited to find out more about the organisations and projects that can offer these and how we can help them to do this. We have a really dedicated and passionate team who I love working with. I have a lot of experience managing grant programmes in the voluntary and youth sectors in Wales, both national and international as well as a background in IT systems content development.

Sion James - Project Officer, FE & VET, Youth

Siôn James

Project Officer, FE & VET, Youth

Siôn engages with stakeholders from Further Education, Vocational Education and Training, and the Youth sectors to raise awareness of Taith, as well as offering support to applicants and beneficiaries through each stage of their project lifecycle.

Taith is a wonderful opportunity for learners and education practitioners in Wales to increase their international dimension. Having participated in and worked on other international education programmes in the past, I know how life-changing these experiences can be, and I’m excited to see the benefits that Taith will bring to Wales and the wider world.