Meet The team


Transition Support Worker

Amanda supportsh clients aged between 17 – 25 who have been or are vulnerable to exploitation. Primarily based in Dudley, she works mainly with people from that area. She has been snorkelling in the Indian Ocean which she says was an amazing experience and absolutely hates baked beans.


Family Support Worker

Becky works with families and siblings of children who have been or are at risk of exploitation. She engages service users is lots of creative ways. She enjoys painting, beng outdoor and spending time with her famiyl


Family Support Worker

Jem works with families and siblings of children who have been or are at risk of exploitation.  She can speak some Bengali, taught herself to play the guitar and eats a lot of chocolate mug cakes.


Exploitation Support Worker

Jodie works with those who have been or are vulnerable to Sexual and Criminal Exploitation as well as leading on our CARE Project
She won a cutest baby competition. has swam with sharks and her favourite sandwich is cheese and jam.


Exploitation Support Lead

Jodie works with those who have been or are vulnerable to Sexual and Criminal Exploitation.
She drove through the sahara desert on a quad bike, was scouted to represent England in boxing when she was younger and is accident prone!


Exploitation Support Worker

Josie works with those who are vulnerable to exploition or have been exploited.
She loves Harry Potter and is quite fussy with food however one of her favourite foods is squid!


Exploitation Team Support Worker

Libby works on a one to one basis supporting clients of all ages and their siblings.
She loves going to festivals, has done the worlds highest bungee jump and been in a cage with great white sharks


Community Futures Support Worker

Lisa works out in the community helping raise awareness of all forms of exploitation together with working on a one to one basis supporting clients
She loves going on holiday, spending time with family and socalising


Criminal Exploitation Worker

Mike works with those who have been or are vulnerable to Criminal Exploitation.
He has completed the Three Peaks Challenge, swam with manatrays and sharks and holds the controversial belief that pineapple belongs on a pizza!


Educational Lead

Sian works with schools, alternative provisions and colleges to deliver education sessions to children and young people as well as deliver training and awareness to the local community and professionals. She completed a university placement in India and is obsessed with food, clothes and music.


Chief Executive Officer

Helen manages and oversees the charity whilst ensuring that the charity is kept strong in its strategic position and is passionate about ensuring that service users receive the correct support from not only the charity but other statutory partners. She is fully invested in ensuring that Street Teams remains at the fore of emerging and new information.  In her spare time she loves going to gigs and music festivals and getting away in her motorhome. She might be a little obsessed with Humphrey – her dog.


Operations Manager

Ruth manages the day to day operations of Street Teams staff and projects as well as sitting on the exploitation triage that meets daily to ensure that children, young people and vulnerable adults receive the correct response from Walsall Partnership. Ruth is the Safeguarding Lead for Street Teams and works hard to ensure that all members of the team are happy in their roles. She likes her dog more that she likes humans, loves socialising and has met the King!



Em manages the day to day running of the office, finance and funding, HR, reporting and comms. She works hard to ensure that the amazing work that all staff do at Street Teams doesn’t go unrecognised. She loves playing drums and can play saxophone, has played for the Queen and thinks sushi is just the best!

Street Teams
1 Butts Street
West Midlands WS4 2BJ
Tel: 01922 621 208

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