CHANGE CHAMPIONS

A LOCAL COLLECTIVE-IMPACT MODEL, WITH YOUNG PEOPLE LEADING THE AGENDA FOR YOUTH SUPPORT IN HARROW

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BECOME A YOUTH CHANGE CHAMPION

A vision where “Every Child and Young Person in Harrow should feel Happy, Healthy and Safe"

Are you aged between 16-24, and have lived-experience of needing support in either mental health; youth violence; inequalities; physical activity or employment then this role may be for you.

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JOIN THE CHANGE CHAMPION NETWORK

Are you a charity, business, school / college, community member that would like to be involved in supporting a pilot project?

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Meet the Change Champions

  • SAMY BENAFERI
    SAMY BENAFERI
    Change Champion Chair
    Samy is 19 studying at Queen Mary in London. He is chair of the Change Champions and has helped set up the group. Samy is passionate about helping young people in Harrow - especially those that are struggling to be inspired or find employment.
  • MATHURA PANCHADCHARASARMA
    MATHURA PANCHADCHARASARMA
    Deputy Chair of Change Champions
    Mathura is 17, studying locally for her A-levels. Mathura is passionate about improving mental health for young people in Harrow
  • ROXANA YAGHOOB
    ROXANA YAGHOOB
    Change Champion - Youth Violence
    Roxy is 17, working full time at local employment charity, Prospects. She hopes to pursue a legal career. Roxy has seen first-hand the damage and impact that youth violence can have on young people and their friends and family. She's passionate to have a voice so that organisations understand the real issues and driving forces behind youth violence, and play a part in developing solutions that work.
  • MARIA MIR
    MARIA MIR
    Change Champion - Mental Health
    Maria is a local advocate for mental health services in Harrow. She is studying locally in Harrow.
  • CAMERON SIMMS
    CAMERON SIMMS
    Change Champion - Mental Health
    Cameron is 16, studying locally for his A-levels. He wants to make sure the right support is available for young people in Harrow

The Work