Meet the team
We are a team of adventurers who care greatly about access and inclusion. Meet our go-getter ambassadors, our office support staff and our featured smiley attendant of the month.
I’m James, Mobiloo’s co-founder and catalyst. Being part of the Mobiloo Team is the best thing I‘ve ever done. It is a privilege and an honour to lead such committed, compassionate and fun people who want to change a small but important bit of our world.
Hi, I’m Alex. I make sure all the boring-but-important things happen, which allows the rest of our amazing team to get out there and make the world a better place!
I am Kayleigh and I am the Bookings Coordinator here at Mobiloo, I deal with all the enquiries, far and wide and decide which Mobiloo goes to which event. I work with a great team and I am proud to be part of the #RevoLOOtion.
Featured Attendant - Chris Heaphy
Working for Mobiloo isn’t really a job, it’s an experience and a journey from the tip of Cornwall to Scotland and everywhere in between… Because that’s where people need us – everywhere at everything!
Social Media & Campaigning
I’m Alice, I take care of Mobiloo’s campaigning and social media. From convincing police officers to let James get his #PantsDown4Equality outside parliament to running around town with banners.. it’s the best job.
James knows all of our vehicles inside out. Well, he did build many of them after all.. there was so much demand for Mobiloos one weekend that James and his colleague built a new on in under 24 hours!
Emma is one of the UK’s leading disability bloggers, writing about her accessible adventures and travels. We’re so proud to have her on board; attending events as an ambassador and making content for our community.
I first got involved with Mobiloo a few years ago whilst I was studying at The National Star College. In my role as an ambassador my job is to attend events and meet you! I am also the first wheelchair user to qualify as a football referee in the UK.
Our fleet of
The sparkly one with a twinkle in her eye, Mobiloo Josephine is named in honour of our friend Josephine Brill. Jose loved people, sparkly things, activities.. but most of all, music. In her life she attended only one festival and had to leave after a couple of hours because there were no appropriate facilities. Her parents say that Mobiloo is an opportunity for freedom for others like Jose and they are proud to be part of the team.
Adam, the adventurous and cool one, named after our very cool young pal Adam who has been part of our journey longer than some of our staff! Adam’s mum’s blog, ‘Ordinary Hopes’ often features their adventures with the Mobiloo, from exploring the Cornwall coastline to zip lining the treetops with attendants Matt and Chris!
The determined and funny one. Named after one of our Trustees and ambassadors, Zack Kerr, who supports Man Utd and is always on the move doing all kinds of activities. Oh, and he has also played an integral role in lobbying the government to spend millions of pounds on Changing Places. in his spare time. We’re proud to have him on our team, so the least we could do is name a Mobiloo after him.
Ryan is the wise and wonderful one, named after our dear friend Ryan Davis who has left us with ambition, inspiration and some big shoes to fill. Ryan told us about his passion to attend music festivals and football events but how he simply couldn’t without the appropriate facilities. We remember a great weekend away with him on an ‘Of Course We Can’ adventure weekend and named this Mobiloo in his honour.
Holly is a new addition to our family – look out to for her story coming very soon.
Tabitha has been with us for the longest time and he spent months back at the start of our journey being there for a young friend of ours at school – if Tabs wasn’t there, he wouldn’t have even been able to participate in his education.
Not named after a renegade crime-solving Londoner on TV.. we just thought it was a very cool name for one of the first Mobiloos to join the crew.
Lottie is also a new member of the Mobiloo fleet family- we will introduce you to her very soon.
A sweet but sturdy trailor vehicle, Gertrude is another old-timer, whose favourite adventure yet was the weekend she had almost 80 users across a two day festival where she was so close to the main stage, she was really feeling the bass all day long.
Our super smart trailer who has been around right from the start, she’s sure been on some adventures.. our favourite was a 4 hour drive up into the mountains so a disabled passenger could use the toilet at a 20 minute stop on a very very long journey. That’s what we’re here for!