Meet the Team

Montell Neufville

Managing Director

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My background is in community engagement, police officer training, Youth leadership, workshop facilitation and non formal learning.

I set up Att10tive Social Enterprise in 2016 to fill a gap of providing young people with the opportunity to make a positive difference in their communities, at the same time develop their own interpersonal skills and gain experiences that they wouldn’t usually have the opportunity through the normal course of their life journeys.

We work for a large range of organisations inducing public bodies such as schools, colleges, universities and police forces. We work with businesses and charities, youth groups and community groups as well as local authorities. We engage everyone from every background and with every ability.

We facilitate opportunities for all members of communities and our participants in public service to work together to build a more cohesive society. We provide a varied range of enrichment experiences for our participants. We are passionate about providing opportunities for people to enjoy their learning no matter how old or how young they are.

Habibah Miah

Executive Assistant

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My name is Habibah Miah.  I am 19 years old and have been a part of ATT10TIVE since I was 15.  Upon joining, I was the youngest member of the team by a significant amount and naturally, this was very daunting.  However, by immersing myself into all the opportunities offered to me, I was able to build my confidence and broaden my skill set rapidly making meaningful connections and memories along the way. 

Some of the projects I have been a part of include a youth exchange to France via Erasmus+, community cohesion through cuisine, OneLuton, workshops in schools and youth centres, Stop & Search panels and many more.  Over the years, I have been given countless roles and responsibilities which allowed me to develop crucial transferable skills such as management of time and people, attention to detail and resilience.  Many young people are not granted the same opportunities to complete more challenging tasks as I have and therefore, I have been able to push my limits and expand my expertise.  

In my free time I actively participate in dance and performing arts; ATT10TIVE has allowed me to include my passions in some of the work we do as an organisation. I am incredibly grateful for the chance to work here for so long, especially aiding my transition from adolescence into adulthood; It has helped me remain focused and goal-orientated at a time where many things in my life was changing. 

Arriana Vararu

Team Leader

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My name is Arriana Vararu, I am 18, and in my spare time I tend to either create art, play instruments or go snowboarding. I have been part of ATT10TIVE for almost 2 years now, and it has been by far the most wonderful experience I could’ve had as a transition into adulthood.

Upon joining, I was introduced to several transferable skills such as time management and was even taught how to be a project manager for One Luton, a project which concentrated on the cohesion of the diverse communities in Luton. This was by far one of the most eye-opening skills. As most young people are almost never considered in higher demanding positions (managing an event, being responsible for a larger number of people, etc). I believe I have gained an outstanding understanding of the greater world and how it functions

At the time, I found myself slightly overwhelmed by the sudden freedom and responsibilities, however that has pushed me into becoming a more resilient and goal driven individual. Overall, Att10tive has been one of the best opportunities I have come across. It has taught me everything ranging between people skills and organisation skills which I would never have gotten the chance to learn in any other place. If given the chance to go back in time I would one hundred percent still follow through and be where I currently am.  

Adeel Bashir

Partnership Coordinator

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Hi, my name’s Adeel Bashir, I joined Att10tive Social Enterprise in September 2018 as an Engagement Coordinator. My journey started by observing and assisting in workshops at Colleges and Schools. I then attended a wide range of networking events. At these events I met a lot of influential people and organisations most of whom I didn’t know even existed and learned things about the town which I was not aware of, this motivated me to get even more involved.

My first project was One Luton which was a celebration of Luton using media, dance, and the creative arts. My next project was the “Stop & Think” Exhibition about knife crime. I learned so much through these projects including how to better engage with people. These opportunities also taught me presentation skills, communication skills and made me a better team player. My third project was called ‘ Another way’. I’m so proud to work with a wonderful diverse team which has given me the opportunity & platform to learn further & gain more life skills. I’ve been able to improve my CV by having many practical experiences to reference and it’s also helped my mental health and well-being. Att10tive is about making a positive difference in people’s lives and improving the community. Through my work with Att10tive I won Luton’s Best award; “Role Model of the Year 2019”, which is my proudest achievement to-date.

As I have continued my journey onwards in 2022 , I have managed to translate what I have learnt in becoming a full-time Progress Coach at Luton Sixth Form College. I work closely with over 200 students a week delivering a scheme of work as well as developing there independent learning skills making them better equipped for the real world. At10tive has given me a fantastic opportunity to continue learning further skills through activities such as creating motivational videos, making appearances on Auk radio as well as being a part of Youth Ambassador training where I have learnt a range of new life skills building my knowledge and confidence. Through working with Att10tive I have liaised with different departments to raise awareness to students at the College. I feel this is a wonderful opportunity for people to get involved.

Lorell Scott

Deputy Team Member

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Lorell Scott: I joined Att10tive last April and during my time at Att10tive I have been involved in many projects and workshops such as Looking through the window, Employability Skills, Self-Employment, Event and Project Planning, Understanding Stop & Search, Chess and Mental Health Awareness to name a few. I have delivered workshops and training to students from Luton Sixth Form College and Central Beds College, and even Bedfordshire Police Officers, and I hope to continue to make a difference in my community and to bring people from many different races, religions, cultures and social backgrounds together.

I wish to learn more about different cultures and to become more educated about the people in my town and across the entire country. I also wish to help people who may be suffering from mental health issues to find help, especially in these hard times. I am passionate about how I believe mental health problems should be treated as much as any other health problems.

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Montell Neufville

Managing Director

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My background is in community engagement, police officer training, Youth leadership, workshop facilitation and non formal learning.

I set up Att10tive Social Enterprise in 2016 to fill a gap of providing young people with the opportunity to make a positive difference in their communities, at the same time develop their own interpersonal skills and gain experiences that they wouldn’t usually have the opportunity through the normal course of their life journeys.

We work for a large range of organisations inducing public bodies such as schools, colleges, universities and police forces. We work with businesses and charities, youth groups and community groups as well as local authorities. We engage everyone from every background and with every ability.

We facilitate opportunities for all members of communities and our participants in public service to work together to build a more cohesive society. We provide a varied range of enrichment experiences for our participants. We are passionate about providing opportunities for people to enjoy their learning no matter how old or how young they are.

Habibah Miah

Executive Assistant

Habibah-Miah

My name is Habibah Miah.  I am 19 years old and have been a part of ATT10TIVE since I was 15.  Upon joining, I was the youngest member of the team by a significant amount and naturally, this was very daunting.  However, by immersing myself into all the opportunities offered to me, I was able to build my confidence and broaden my skill set rapidly making meaningful connections and memories along the way. 

Some of the projects I have been a part of include a youth exchange to France via Erasmus+, community cohesion through cuisine, OneLuton, workshops in schools and youth centres, Stop & Search panels and many more.  Over the years, I have been given countless roles and responsibilities which allowed me to develop crucial transferable skills such as management of time and people, attention to detail and resilience.  Many young people are not granted the same opportunities to complete more challenging tasks as I have and therefore, I have been able to push my limits and expand my expertise.  

In my free time I actively participate in dance and performing arts; ATT10TIVE has allowed me to include my passions in some of the work we do as an organisation. I am incredibly grateful for the chance to work here for so long, especially aiding my transition from adolescence into adulthood; It has helped me remain focused and goal-orientated at a time where many things in my life was changing. 

Arriana Vararu

Team Leader

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My name is Arriana Vararu, I am 18, and in my spare time I tend to either create art, play instruments or go snowboarding. I have been part of ATT10TIVE for almost 2 years now, and it has been by far the most wonderful experience I could’ve had as a transition into adulthood.

Upon joining, I was introduced to several transferable skills such as time management and was even taught how to be a project manager for One Luton, a project which concentrated on the cohesion of the diverse communities in Luton. This was by far one of the most eye-opening skills. As most young people are almost never considered in higher demanding positions (managing an event, being responsible for a larger number of people, etc). I believe I have gained an outstanding understanding of the greater world and how it functions

At the time, I found myself slightly overwhelmed by the sudden freedom and responsibilities, however that has pushed me into becoming a more resilient and goal driven individual. Overall, Att10tive has been one of the best opportunities I have come across. It has taught me everything ranging between people skills and organisation skills which I would never have gotten the chance to learn in any other place. If given the chance to go back in time I would one hundred percent still follow through and be where I currently am.  

Adeel Bashir

Partnership Coordinator

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Hi, my name’s Adeel Bashir, I joined Att10tive Social Enterprise in September 2018 as an Engagement Coordinator. My journey started by observing and assisting in workshops at Colleges and Schools. I then attended a wide range of networking events. At these events I met a lot of influential people and organisations most of whom I didn’t know even existed and learned things about the town which I was not aware of, this motivated me to get even more involved.

My first project was One Luton which was a celebration of Luton using media, dance, and the creative arts. My next project was the “Stop & Think” Exhibition about knife crime. I learned so much through these projects including how to better engage with people. These opportunities also taught me presentation skills, communication skills and made me a better team player. My third project was called ‘ Another way’. I’m so proud to work with a wonderful diverse team which has given me the opportunity & platform to learn further & gain more life skills. I’ve been able to improve my CV by having many practical experiences to reference and it’s also helped my mental health and well-being. Att10tive is about making a positive difference in people’s lives and improving the community. Through my work with Att10tive I won Luton’s Best award; “Role Model of the Year 2019”, which is my proudest achievement to-date.

As I have continued my journey onwards in 2022 , I have managed to translate what I have learnt in becoming a full-time Progress Coach at Luton Sixth Form College. I work closely with over 200 students a week delivering a scheme of work as well as developing there independent learning skills making them better equipped for the real world. At10tive has given me a fantastic opportunity to continue learning further skills through activities such as creating motivational videos, making appearances on Auk radio as well as being a part of Youth Ambassador training where I have learnt a range of new life skills building my knowledge and confidence. Through working with Att10tive I have liaised with different departments to raise awareness to students at the College. I feel this is a wonderful opportunity for people to get involved.

Lorell Scott

Deputy Team Member

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Lorell Scott: I joined Att10tive last April and during my time at Att10tive I have been involved in many projects and workshops such as Looking through the window, Employability Skills, Self-Employment, Event and Project Planning, Understanding Stop & Search, Chess and Mental Health Awareness to name a few. I have delivered workshops and training to students from Luton Sixth Form College and Central Beds College, and even Bedfordshire Police Officers, and I hope to continue to make a difference in my community and to bring people from many different races, religions, cultures and social backgrounds together.

I wish to learn more about different cultures and to become more educated about the people in my town and across the entire country. I also wish to help people who may be suffering from mental health issues to find help, especially in these hard times. I am passionate about how I believe mental health problems should be treated as much as any other health problems.