top of page

3SG Welcomes New Team Member, Alfiya!

Updated: Aug 11, 2023

3SG welcomes new employee, Alfiya!

We're really excited to announce a new addition to our team - Alfiya - who has taken over from Miles Lloyd as 3SG's new Project Manager. As the 3SG membership continues to grow, with over 215 local organisations now part of the network, we are excited to be starting a new chapter as a team whilst continuing to offer support in a range of ways. Alfiya’s official first day was yesterday, so our Operations and Content Coordinator, Emma, took the opportunity to ask a few questions to find out more about Alfiya and her motivations behind joining 3SG. You can read the full Q&A below:

What are you most looking forward to doing as part of your role?

I am very excited to be part of the team. I am looking forward to meeting new people and help charities to do the amazing work that they are doing.

Tell us a little bit about yourself (Where you live or are from, studies, Hobbies etc)

I am originally from Mumbai, India. I moved here to do my masters degree in International Development with humanitarianism from the University of Bath. I fell in love with the city and decided to move here permanently.

I am a big fan of all good things in life so I like animals, books, food, movies, plants, travel, and the list never ends.

What interested you about working for 3SG? Have you had any previous involvement/experience with third sector organisations?

I genuinely believe that it is really important to leverage your talents to enhance the third sector services and positively impact communities. I have previously worked with Editors for Impact, and got to learn a lot about the third sector, which made me more intrigued about the amazing work charities do. I love meeting new people and make meaningful connections and 3SG gives me the opportunity to do so.

Tell Us a Fun Fact About Yourself?

I both fence and crotchet in my free time.

What Hobby or Habits have you developed during lockdown?

I picked up baking during lockdown and I haven't dropped it yet. So there's always bread, cookies or cake on me!

What is your favourite film or book? My favourite movie is 3000 years of Longing which is based on my favourite book - The Djinn in the nightingale's eye by A.S. Byatt.

Alfiya is keen to get out and about and meet many of our wonderful members; if you'd like to invite Alfiya to visit your organisation, please get in touch at or call 01225 683087.

275 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All


bottom of page