Meet our team
Our Migrant Support Centre’s greatest assets are our volunteers. They are strong, passionate
people, coming from all different areas and cultures – it is through their diversity that we’re building
a stronger, more supportive community. To support you in the most efficient way, we are trying to
have the widest range of languages in the MSC – so that you can feel safe, welcomed and
Please meet our team:
Hello, I am a new member of Like U Team. I am a happy wife and a loving mother of an 11-year-old daughter. As a student of Health and Social Care at the University of Bedfordshire in Birmingham, I have become familiar with the Social Welfare Act and the issues of supporting children and youth and people in need. I believe that thanks to this knowledge I will be able to participate and perform my duties in an exemplary manner without any obstacles and in accordance with professional ethics.
I am a caring person and an excellent listener, which is essential when helping people who find themselves in a difficult situation. I interact effectively with clients, showing sympathy and care, which is beneficial when working with organisations.
My name is Sebatian and I live in the UK for 5 years now. I started to volunteer for LikeU around 8 months ago. I’ve decided to join LikeU because I want to help others who might be less fortunate than I am. List of my hobbies and passions is long but I love anything tech related. I am also a Project Manager in our amazing Good Solution workshop where we design, build and repair household items. If you want to know more about me and learn more about things I do you can always pay me a visit in LikeU Worcester Migrant Community Centre.
Hello 😀 I’m Leszek and I am a Chairman of the Board here at LikeU. My responsibilities include making sure that everything runs smoothly here in our Migrant Community Centre. In my professional life I work as an UI / UX Designer and a Web Developer. When I’m not sitting in front of my screens I often put my leather jacket on and visit interesting places on my motorbike. If you ever visit our Support Hub looking for help and there will be a need for an IT person you’ll most probably be dealing with me or our great volunteer Sebastian 😀