Lucie Russell, CEO
I have overall responsibility for the strategic direction of StreetDoctors, its services, its impact, its partnerships and most importantly its role in both preventing and reducing violence affecting young people.
Claire Read, Director of Operations
I manage operations at StreetDoctors, which covers a variety of areas including delivery, HR, finances, safeguarding, and making sure that our systems work to keep the charity moving forward.
Fauziya Lahki, National Volunteer Coordinator
I am the first point of contact for our volunteers, and a liaison between them and the staff team. I am involved in training volunteers and ensuring our sessions run smoothly. I also work on our digital offer.
Frances Breeveld, Communications and Policy Officer
I manage StreetDoctors external and internal communications, including social media, website, events, media, newsletters and volunteer communications. I also work on StreetDoctors policy lines, research and collaborations to find new opportunities to push for change.
Gerard Mitchell, Fundraising Manager
I manage StreetDoctors fundraising, including all the grants and donations which enable us to provide all our services. It involves lots of planning, budgets, and requests for support. Donating really makes a huge difference – with such a small organisation it means your money goes directly to the services we provide for young people – so if you donate right now it would be amazing and make everyone here so happy! Thank you!
Joanna Vidal, Youth Engagement Manager
I am responsible for volunteer management. I also oversee youth participation, which includes StepWise, our longer-term youth engagement programme. I am the Designated Safeguarding Officer responsible for responding to and concerns raised about young people, volunteers or partners.
Katie Rogers, Training and Delivery Officer
I manage the logistics of the training events for our volunteers. I develop new event ideas and organise our calendar of events. I also monitor delivery income and financial tasks and coordinate admin for the team and Board of Trustees.
Meghan Wimlett, London Partnerships and Volunteering Officer
I manage our work in London by looking after our delivery partners, six volunteer teams, coordinating with grassroots organisations and other stakeholders such as the Young Foundations. I also represent StreetDoctors at sector conferences and, most recently, as Newham Council’s keynote speaker.
Sarah Bloxham, Partnerships Manager
I look after StreetDoctors’ delivery partners around the UK, from their first enquiry, through delivery of their training packages, to reporting on impact. I also help to develop new training sessions as the needs of partners and young people evolve.
TJ Dairo, Programme Coordinator
I plan and co-ordinate our peer education programme, StepWise. This is where young people affected by violence learn emergency lifesaving skills, obtain a first-aid accreditation, career advice within the health sector and co-deliver, with the help of our trainee healthcare professionals, training to their peers.