I’m the Deputy Director here at HIT, which basically means I do a bit of everything! I’ve been at HIT since 2009. Day-to-day, I’m directly responsible for the publications side of the business, but I also oversee the smooth operation of the whole of HIT. I’m often to be found exhibiting at conferences – if you see me, come and say hi!
Before I worked at HIT, I lived and worked in Thailand for eight years. I worked for a variety of organisations, predominantly working with people who use drugs and people living with HIV. Before that, I did a degree in French and Spanish at the University of Bristol.
Working HIT has been brilliant. It’s not often that you get to do work that you’re passionate about. I believe in HIT and what HIT does. Providing credible information to people empowers them and empowered people make the right choices for them.
When I’m not at work, I’m most likely to be found rowing on the Liverpool docks. Either that or chewing someone’s ear off about rowing.