Pembrokeshire Coastal Forum

Tim brew

Tim Brew

Education Manager, Pembrokeshire Coastal Forum

Tim qualified as a Maths and Science teacher at St Lukes College, Exeter University.  He then taught in Pembrokeshire secondary schools for over 10 years. Subsequently he ran the education programme for Eco Centre Wales, developing innovative resources on climate change and energy for learners of all ages.  From 2013 he ran his own business focused on education and energy.  Tim joined the team in 2017 to deliver the Coastal Curriculum and to develop educational resources to support Pembrokeshire Coastal Forum’s projects.  In his spare time Tim enjoys climbing, kayaking and spending time at the beach with his family.

Alex Cameron - Smith

Alex Cameron-Smith

Community and Climate Change Engagement Coordinator, Pembrokeshire Coastal Forum

Alex was born in London but growing up playing in woods and parks gave her a deep love for outdoor spaces and nature, leading to a degree in Zoology, a gap year exploring Australia and New Zealand and an MSc in Endangered Species Recovery and Conservation. Alex has had a varied career working for many non-profit organisations and charities, from managing partners at a global climate change disclosure platform in London to co-ordinating adventures for a small company in Bristol.

Passionate about connecting people to their environment, she moved to Pembrokeshire in the summer of 2019 to work as an outdoor guide and fell in love with the coast, so she joined the PCF team to work with local communities to help them adapt to the inevitable effects of climate change. Out of work, Alex can be found climbing the sea cliffs, jogging on muddy trails or treasure hunting in beach coves.

Jetske Garming

Jetske Germing

Business Development and Delivery Manager, Pembrokeshire Coastal Forum

As a keen outdoor enthusiast, Jetske moved to Pembrokeshire over two decades ago to spend maximum time on the coast. Jetske has an MA in European Tourism Management, and has worked in sustainable tourism, community development of sustainability projects and on international projects like the Open Government Partnership.

Her role in the Pembrokeshire Coastal Forum runs across all programmes – education, sustainable recreation, water quality, climate change engagement, stakeholder work and marine energy and links her interests in sustainable development and communities, with the planning and organisational skills and the networks established throughout her career, from development of the funding portfolio, to looking at opportunities, partnership networking and development and implementation of PCF’s strategy and systems. As a Volunteer Regional Rep for Surfers Against Sewage Jetske organises regular beach cleans and campaigns against Marine Litter, to protect waves and for cleaner seas.