MATT EASTER

MATT EASTER

TRT CEO

As CEO, Matt is responsible for the strategic and operational management of the organisation. He reports directly to the Board of Trustees.

ALAN GRAHAM

ALAN GRAHAM

Technical Specialist

Alan designs and manages a wide range of river restoration and enhancement projects across the Trent catchment. Alan specialises in the design and construction of Natural Flood Management (NFM) measures.

EMMA SMAIL

EMMA SMAIL

River Mease Project Manager

Emma manages river restoration and phosphate reduction projects in the Mease catchment; has experience in catchment advice (FACTS certified), agricultural research and ecological surveying.

JULIE WOZNICZKA

JULIE WOZNICZKA

Senior Project Manager

Julie’s river interests include fluvial geomorphology and citizen science. She manages several projects for the TRT including ‘the River Starts Here’.

RUTH NEEDHAM

RUTH NEEDHAM

Senior Catchment Manager (West)

Ruth is an aquatic ecologist specialising in ecology, wetlands, flood risk management and hydromorphology. Ruth develops and leads many high profile projects including SuDS schemes and the Trent Valley Way.

JOSH WELLS

JOSH WELLS

FRAMES Project Manager

Josh is the Project Manager for the FRAMES project and leads on technical aspects of natural flood management for TRT. He has a background in hydrology and fluvial geomorphology.

TINA BARDILL

TINA BARDILL

Rural Catchment Project Officer

Tina provides environmental advice and support to farmers and landowners, focusing principally on the Dove and Derwent catchments. She also coordinates the Dove Catchment Partnership.

KIM JENNINGS

KIM JENNINGS

Senior Catchment Manager (East)

Kim is an ecologist specialising in freshwater ecology and river restoration. Kim has extensive experience of weir removal schemes, catchment level assessments and developing restoration plans.

GAIL PICKLES

GAIL PICKLES

Engagement Officer (RSH)

Gail, a water ecologist and health and wellbeing practitioner, will support TRT’s work to improve water quality by working with local people and businesses to think and engage with their rivers differently.