Our National Committee
Hannah Wallace, firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm Hannah and I'm studying medicine at the University of Glasgow. I've been a member of Sexpression:UK for nearly 5 years now and have loved volunteering on both a local and national level. I was the Branches Director last year which I thoroughly enjoyed so I look forward to working with a new national committee to carry on doing amazing things as a network.
Varshini Vijayakumar, email@example.com
Hi, I'm Varshini and I'm Sexpression:UK's Branches Director! I am currently a fourth year medical student at the University of Edinburgh and have been involved with Sexpression:UK since my first year! I previously shared the role of branch coordinator at Sexpression:Edinburgh and I hope to bring my knowledge from this position to national committee. I am looking forward to liaising with and supporting the great work of our wonderful branches nationwide!
Clare Clark, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hey, I'm Clare and I’m a final year medical student at the University of Aberdeen. I joined Sexpression:UK during my first year and have been an active part of the Sexpression Aberdeen branch since. In my second term as Communications Director I look forward to working with the rest of our National Committee to make 2018 a brilliant year for Sexpression:UK.
George Barker, email@example.com
I’m a fourth year medical student at University College London and have been involved with (and coordinated) my Sexpression at my branch for 4 years. I have enjoyed delivering sessions in schools, as well as training up volunteers and working with our university and local organisations. Now I’m building on our relationships with our partner organisations, coordinating our media and press relationships and working with the trustees. I’ve been fortunate to be able to represent Sexpression in Parliament, at working groups, in the media and at national events, and look forward to continuing this work in the future.
Emily Souter, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi I'm Emily, I'm a final year medical student at Cardiff University. This year will be my 5th year as a Sexpression:UK volunteer, second term as Finance Director on National Committee and I am also on the Cardiff branch committee. During 2017 I applied for our Scottish Charity status successfully and I hope to continue to help Sexpression:UK grow across the UK this year
Alice Gatenby, email@example.com
Hello, my name is Alice, I’m currently a 3rd year medical student studying at Cardiff University. This is my first year being involved with the brilliant Sexpression:UK, I am also Treasurer for our Cardiff Branch. I am so excited to be on National committee and to see what happens this year. I am very passionate about SRE and believe that young people need to be taught in a safe and inclusive environment and
not be afraid to ask questions! I am currently in the process of
organising funding for new contraception kits for all our branches!
Emma Furzer, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello! I’m Emma and I’m a 4th-year medical student at Cardiff University. I joined the Cardiff branch of Sexpression:UK in my first year of university and have loved being a part of it ever since. I currently coordinate the advocacy events for Cardiff Sexpression and am excited to be continuing as Advocacy Director this year. I very much believe in the right for young people to be able to access good quality and thorough SRE that is comprehensive and inclusive. I feel privileged to be given the opportunity to undertake this role on National Committee and am excited for what the next year holds!
Aine Hughes, email@example.com
Hello, my name's Áine (on-ya) and I'm a 4th year medical student at the University of Sheffield. I've been involved with Sexpression:UK since my first year. Within my local branch I continue to volunteer and have been a School's Liaison Officer on committee and Branch Coordinator. I love what Sexpression:UK stand for and I think the work we do providing SRE is vital for young people. I'm very excited to be involved on a national level and help support branches in their training. What we teach is constantly evolving and improving and I hope to do as much as possible to improve the already great Core Offer.
Child Protection Director
Daisy Manning, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi! I'm Daisy, a year medical student at The University of Manchester. This is my 4th year involved with Sexpression:UK and my 2nd year on National committee. I got involved in Sexpression:UK during my first year at University in 2013. In Manchester, I've organised the 'Got Lucky? Get Tested!' STI testing stall, been Branch Co-ordinator as well as Training and Child Protection Officer! I'm really looking forward to representing the network this year!