Sian Rogers has worked as North and Mid Wales Director for Urdd Gobaith Cymru since 2010. Sian is responsible for the strategic direction of the Urdd movement across 8 counties, as well as evaluating the effect that the work has on young people and the Welsh language. Sian facilitates and ensures that youngsters have a voice, creating opportunities for them to be able to celebrate their contribution within their communities, encouraging them to volunteer and further develop their skills. Sian, through her work with Urdd Gobaith Cymru is proud of being able to ensure that what benefits young people is at the heart of future decisions.
Sian has vast experience in managing and developing community projects. She was Chief Officer for Menter Iaith Sir Ddinbych, a Tutor for Welsh For Adults, and North Wales Development Officer for the Welsh Language Board. She has a degree in Welsh and Welsh History and a MA in Folk Studies from Cardiff University.
Sian lives in Denbigh.