Sasha is head of content at Fable Bureau, the creative agency behind Pioneers Post. Leading on strategic communications support for clients looking to make positive change, she can be found drafting content, producing films and overseeing design projects.
Sasha also writes for Pioneers Post, with a particular focus on women in social enterprise and looking after social entrepreneurs' mental health. She is currently pursuing her interest in people and mental wellbeing through studying a diploma and MA in counselling and psychotherapy, and is a listening volunteer at a charity for people with suicidal feelings.
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