We have a team of friendly walking experts dotted across the UK, led by our Senior Management Team.

Mary Creagh

Mary Creagh, Chief Executive

Mary joined Living Streets in September, 2020, bringing over 20 years’ experience campaigning for environmental and social justice, as a Labour Councillor, MP, Government Whip, Shadow Cabinet Minister and Select Committee Chair.

Mary is Visiting Professor at Cranfield University, and Chair of Responsible Business Practice at Lexington Communications. 

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JENNI WIGGLE, senior director

Jenni is an experienced project manager with key expertise in schools, sustainability and behaviour change. With a background in education, Jenni has worked in the charity sector for more than 10 years, successfully delivering projects for cross-UK and international audiences.

Jenni was named Supporting Executive of the Year at the Charity Times Awards 2018. 

Faheza

Faheza Peerboccus, Director, Finance & Resources

Faheza is responsible for the effective financial management, statutory accounts, governance and the provision of support services, including IT and facilities management, for the charity. As an experienced senior finance professional with key expertise in financial planning, statutory reporting and change management, she leads the Finance and Resources team at Living Streets.

Faheza has over 20 years’ experience as a senior manager in the not-for-profit sector and Higher Education. She achieved Fellowship status from the Association of Chartered Accountants in 2015.

Steve Edwards

STEPHEN EDWARDS, DIRECTOR, POLICY & COMMUNICATIONS

Stephen Edwards joined Living Streets in December 2018, bringing a wealth of public affairs experience having spent 18 years advising organisations on their public relations and communications strategies.

Stephen is responsible for the management and direction of the Policy and Communications department, which leads on Living Streets policy, public affairs, campaigns, supporter engagement, communications, marketing and media.

Chris Rushbrook

CHRIS RUSHBROOk, deputy DIRECTOR, LOCAL IMPACT

Chris currently leads the Local Impact department, which delivers lasting impact through our project and partnership work around the UK.

Chris has a background in project delivery and management, and has managed projects working with schools, workplaces and communities since joining Living Streets in 2010. He has also previously worked on school education and engagement campaigns with both Macmillan Cancer Support and ActionAid UK.