Naomi Grossett

Project and Design Manager

Naomi has had a diverse career background spanning across the arts, corporate sector, and education. After graduating from Goldsmith, University of London with a BA in Drama and Theatre Studies, Naomi worked as an actress, production assistant and workshop facilitator. This enabled her to work with various theatre companies and theatres in London, and later travel across the pond to NYC to venture into film.

Over the last 8 years Naomi has worked in in the corporate and charity sectors as a Project Manager which has given her a wealth of experience dealing with a wide range of stakeholders and projects globally. Last year Naomi completed her MSc in Sustainable Development which has furthered her knowledge in CSR and ESG targets within the corporate world.

Naomi is excited to work with Steps as a PDM where she can bring her creative, project management and sustainable development knowledge and experience into one role helping clients improve their operations and work culture.


About Naomi Grossett

Lifetime ambition?

To be good enough to enter a salsa competition in Colombia (and not make a fool of myself lol)

Best holiday/holiday recommendation?

Hmmm this is a tough one I will give you 2. I would say either backpacking around Kenya, Tanzania and Zanzibar with my best friend after graduating from university. Highlights: the warmth of the people, safari in the Masai Mara, witnessing the migration of the Wildebeest, Kayaking in Zanzibar – the best beaches & coral I have ever experienced, and seeing life through a different lens. Or travelling around Mexico! The food, culture, salsa dancing, beaches, history, pyramids, and people – you will constantly be in awe. Fave places: Mexico City for food & culture, Puerto Escondido for the beaches, and Oaxaca for Hierve el Agua, & Mezcal cocktails.

What are you passionate about?

Gender empowerment especially in Sub-Saharan Africa. Outside of my day job I am a Trustee and Project Manager for Youth Link Networks, a charity empowering young people in rural Uganda. I manage the Pretty Box Project which tackles period poverty and promotes access to education & employment for young girls.