Modern Pioneers #9 – Amy Sanders, Dynamix

I’m thrilled that Dynamix has been recognised by the Wales Co-operative Centre’s Modern Pioneers campaign (which, incidentally, is a terrific idea).
I’ve commissioned Dynamix several times to work with Communities First Partnerships and, now, Clusters over the last five years. The team’s values and principles are always plain to see and the feedback I routinely receive from those CF teams with whom Dynamix has worked is always excellent. And invariably includes the word ‘fun’. They seem to so passionately enjoy their work. Here’s to another 25 years!

Wales Co-operative Centre

Co-operatives Fortnight runs from 21st June – 5th July. This year, we’re paying tribute to the Rochdale Pioneers who, along with Robert Owen, were among the forefathers of the co-operative movement.

We’re doing so by showcasing the work of 14 ‘Modern Pioneers’ from the Welsh co-operative sector, through a series of blog posts.

Today’s post looks at the work of Amy Sanders of Dynamix, which is a worker co-operative in Swansea. Dynamix specialises in subjects relating to youth work, co-operative & enterprise education and health & wellbeing, among others.  

Amy Sanders Amy Sanders

“Being seen as one of the organisations at the forefront of the co-operative movement in Wales is very important to us in Dynamix.  We are immensely proud of our 25 years as a successful workers’ co-operative and it is a fundamental part of our identity.  In Dynamix we are very committed to our unique…

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