Published by Skills for Justice
Liam Nolan, an experienced marketer from the not-for-profit sector, has joined Skills for Justice at an exciting time of growth and industry collaboration.
With over a decade of experience, Liam brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise in supporting organisations to connect and collaborate in order to serve public causes and develop the skills and professions of individuals. He has worked across the charity (third) sector, as well as for professional membership institutes, and has worked with several public and government bodies including Ministry of Defence, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority, National Grid and many more.
“I find my purpose in serving the public good in any way possible. From working for charitable causes across the UK to raise public awareness, to upskilling professional members in critical infrastructure working with the government, I understand how the important thing for everybody involved is the ‘why’ we do it.
“In the justice sector there’s a lot of passion for the public service they perform, and a great deal of energy behind making the system work for service users and professionals alike. I’m excited to join and work with government and public bodies to help highlight, celebrate, and showcase the continuous improvement they are making – and how Skills for Justice are supporting them get there.”
Liam joins Skills for Justice, part of The Workforce Development Trust group, also incorporating Skills for Health, SFJ Awards and People 1st International, at an opportune time, where the justice sector is unifying and collaborating like never before, and making great strides to improve public services.
Liam will be working with the wider Skills for Justice team to help them deliver service improvements through training and qualifications, workforce planning, leadership and organisational development, educational frameworks, and professional standards.
Bryony Nixon, Head of Marketing comments: “I am delighted to welcome Liam to the Skills for Justice team. With a wealth of experience across multiple sectors and a proven track record in the strategic delivery of marketing plans, he was the stand-out choice for this role. Liam’s experience and personality compliment the talent already working with the brand. I’m excited to see what 2024 brings, and how Liam and the team will support Skills for Justice in achieving our vision of improving lives through better skills and better jobs delivering better services.”
Want to talk about marketing and collaboration opportunities with Skills for Justice? Get in touch with Liam today via firstname.lastname@example.org.