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James joined Operation Noah as our Bright Now Campaign Manager in 2016 and became Bright Now Campaign Director in 2022. He leads our work with divestment campaigners in various Churches, our campaign strategy and research. James previously worked for the Church of England as Project Coordinator of the Pilgrimage2Paris ahead of the UN climate talks in 2015. He has also worked for Christian Aid and CAFOD. James studied International Management and German at the University of Bath.
Bokani has been Operation Noah’s Bright Now Campaign Officer since March 2020. She coordinates communication about the campaign with partners and liaises with religious organisations divesting from fossil fuels. Bokani was co-founder of sustainability start-up Vertigo Ventures and has previously interned in politics and finance. She has a degree in Politics with Economics from the University of Bath.
Ruth provides administrative services for Operation Noah. She co-founded Operation Noah in 2004 because she saw a need for a Christian voice speaking truth into the climate crisis. Ruth also works with Green Christian and Christian Climate Action. She lives in North East Hampshire and has three children.
As well as being a trustee, Cameron provides communications services for Operation Noah on a contract basis. He has worked in communications in both the US and the UK, and has also worked as a journalist. Cameron lives in East London and has a postgraduate degree in Creative Writing from the University of Edinburgh.
Sharon Hall joined us in 2022 as Bright Now Campaign Officer. Before joining Operation Noah, she volunteered with charities focussed on environmental justice and ocean conservation. Sharon also worked as a Senior Lecturer at Newman University in Birmingham for 10 years, focussing on children, young people and families. She has a background in youth justice and social work.