The Team

We are a group of environmentally conscious individuals on a mission to remind everyone that we all have the power to make the world a better place and show them how easy and rewarding it is.


Zen D’Amato Gautam has a degree in Events Management and has been organising markets for the past five years. She is also passionate about handmade products and is a designer and a maker herself. The desire to be a good role model for her children and the need to leave a cleaner planet for them, has led her towards learning and following a more sustainable lifestyle. Zen is the founder of Thrivers Malta, a social enterprise which aims to empower and promote local creative entrepreneurs.


Marta Kurzyńska is a founder of STH from NTH, a self-taught wood worker and graphic designer. She is Polish and has been living in Malta for the past six years. A big creative streak and an inherent  love for nature have led her to explore and gain skills which she is now using in her up-cycling projects which aim to reduce reliance on the throw-away culture by showing that ‘rubbish’ can be turned into functional and valuable objects. She spreads her green message through up-cycling workshops for adults and children.


Tamsin Caruana has an MSc in Environmental Conservation and has worked in London for 11 years. She has returned to her native Malta to become involved with local environmental groups, helping to organise clean ups, run up-cycling workshops at STH from NTH, and to continue to learn about waste reduction. She also works on art projects using discarded materials with her artist mother. She especially enjoys using art and crafts to raise awareness amongst adults and children.


Majbritt Kristensen inspires positive change through projects, collaborative action and daily life models. Here to assist in defining the next normal, that of sustainability and circularity. Majbritt has co-founded ACT – an NGO based in Malta focusing on the four pillars of health, environment, art and socio-economics. She has also worked on circular economic projects including the World Economic Forum in Davos and the one million tree rehabilitation project in Malta.

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