Meet the team

  1. Sarah Rees

    Head of Oxfam Cymru

    Joining Oxfam in late 2021 Sarah brings passion and enthusiasm for equality and social justice to lead Oxfam Cymru. Sarah was previously working in the third sector as a feminist campaigner on issues including flexible working, childcare and women’s representation in public life. Sarah has recently gained a Graduate Diploma in Law and is studying part-time for an LPC.

    In this role, Sarah oversees Oxfam’s policy, advocacy, campaigns and communications in Wales, and hopes to continue the legacy of the previous team on the Feminist Scorecard and the Welsh Donut. Sarah is Co-Chair of the Wales Overseas Agency Group, Welsh representative of the #ButNotMaternity campaign and volunteer advisor to the charity Women Seeking Sanctuary Advocacy Group.

    Sarah works part-time and is a supporter of the ‘4-day week’ campaign.


    Sarah Rees
  2. Judith Fox

    Office and Business Support Manager

    Judith started working for Oxfam in July 2019 as our Office and Business Support Manager role at Oxfam Cymru. Judith’s role involves the management and administration of the office finances, systems, facilities, stock and HR functions, as well as many other things.

    Judith’s email address is

  3. Rebecca Lozza

    Media and Communications Adviser

    Rebecca is the first point of contact for all Welsh media enquiries. She works closely with colleagues in Oxfam Cymru and around the world to generate as much positive media coverage as possible in Wales for Oxfam’s work and campaigns.

    Rebecca also works part time, Monday to Thursday.


    rebecca lozza
  4. Natalie Terry

    Media and Communications Advisor (maternity cover)

    Natalie works across Wales and Scotland, and is currently the first point of contact for Welsh media enquiries. She works with Oxfam Cymru colleagues to gain media coverage to spread the word about our work in Wales and across the world.

    Natalie is based in Glasgow, where she volunteers in an Oxfam bookshop.


  5. Marilyn Coward


    Marilyn became an admin volunteer in Whitchurch Road in 1983 and (with breaks for employment) carried on in this role until she was recruited into the education department in 1991 – she has worked in this area ever since. A native of Cardiff, Marilyn is married with two grown-up sons who have families of their own. When not doing her regular Wednesday stint at Oxfam, she practises yoga and goes to the gym. She loves nothing better than travelling abroad with her husband.

    Marilyn’s email address is