Behind the scenes, a small team, Board and lots of volunteers make our work possible.

Meet the Tiny Changes Team

Our Trustees

The Board of Trustees is responsible for the overall control and governance of our charity. They meet at least four times a year with the CEO and spend time with Wavemakers and team members in our work to help young minds feel better.

We have 8 Trustees – Aine Lovedale (Co-Chair, Manager, National Lottery Community Fund Scotland), Ami Anderson (Co-Chair, Series Producer, STV Children’s Appeal),  John Todd (Treasurer, former Partner, Johnston Carmichael), Ali Whitty (Secretary, MD, Erskine Arts), Alan Mahon (Founder, Brewgooder), Amy-Beth Miah (Policy Officer, Activist), Dionne Hossack (Student Nurse, Activist) Marion Hutchison (Scott’s Mum, Founding Trustee.)

Kara Brown, CEO

Kara is the Tiny Changes CEO. The Chief Executive leads the wider Tiny Changes team and works with our Trustees and advisors. Click here to find our more about Kara’s role, hopes for the charity and the young people who inspire her.

Refilwe McCracken, Business Development Consultant

Filo has helped us build Tiny Changes’ foundations – everything from HR, to finance and procurement. She helps ensure the charity is sustainable and equalities driven.

You can find out more about Filo here on our blog.

Tom Johnson, Engagement Administrator

As Tiny Changes’ Engagement Administrator , Tom is the first point of contact for our community of tiny change makers, funded projects, and young Wavemakers.

Get to know him a little better here on our blog.

Harriet Brampton, Press

Harriet is the Tiny Changes press lead. If you see or hear our charity on TV, radio, a magazine or podcast, Harriet made it happen. Click here to read more about Harriet and her role.


We are building a network of young volunteers and activists under 30 to make sure that young people are at the heart of all of our work. Sign up by emailing or sending us a DM.

Be part of something special

If you share our passion for improving young people’s mental health and have time, money or resources available to support the cause, we’d like to hear from you. We post all job and volunteer vacancies on our blog – so keep an eye on that too.

Together, we’ll make tiny changes to earth.