Hannah Wright

Hannah Wright is a data and analytics professional, currently working for Iris in London. Her passion for health justice stems from her academic background in Epidemiology & Public Health; she has a BSc in Biomedical Science from UCL and an MSc Epidemiology from...

Hannah Harniess

Hannah Harniess is a physiotherapist by background. Hannah has had a long-standing interest in social justice and is actively involved in a local refugee sponsorship team as well as chairing an early years charity in Tower Hamlets. Her early clinical practice in east...

Lorraine Haye

Lorraine Haye is a Clinical Psychologist within the NHS working in the speciality of long term health conditions. Her experiences of living and working in some of the most deprived communities across the country has fuelled her interest in human rights and health...

Richard Copsey

Richard Copsey graduated from Queen Mary College, London University in history but since 1985 has been a criminal legal aid defence lawyer in Bristol and the North East of England. He was head of department in a nationally known Human Rights legal firm until he set up...

Annabel Sowemimo

Dr Annabel Sowemimo is a Sexual & Reproductive Health (SRH) doctor and founder of community based organisation – Decolonising Contraception (DC). Her interests include addressing Gender Based Violence and improving SRH access for people of colour. She is a regular...

Lisa Murphy

Lisa Murphy is a Digital Strategist at Public Health England, having previously worked as a junior doctor in East London. She has been involved in advocacy around health inequalities for almost 10 years, primarily working with the Royal College of Paediatrics and...

Anne Schulthess

Anne Schulthess is the Marketing manager at the International Institute for Environment and Development. She holds an MSc in Development Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies, and prior to joining the communications team at IIED she spent several...

Tom Wakeford

Dr Tom Wakeford is an action researcher at ETC Group (Action Group on Erosion, Technology and Concentration), a small international civil society organisation. He is also Honorary Associate Professor at the Wellcome Centre for Cultures and Environments of Health,...

Alan Maryon-Davis

Alan Maryon-Davis is a ‘semi-retired’ public health doctor, honorary professor of public health at Kings College London and former director of public health for the London Borough of Southwark. His career-long interest has been in promoting health and preventing...

Margaret Jackson

Margaret Jackson is a GP partner in a small but busy practice in rural North Yorkshire, as well as a GP trainer and co-ordinator for teaching in her practice for medical students from Hull York Medical School. She has been involved in facilitating pioneering...

Lesley Morrison

Lesley Morrison is a retired GP, still involved in medical student teaching, who has been an active member of Medact since its inception and a member of MCANW prior to that. She has always felt passionately about the need to rid the world of nuclear weapons and about...

Kitty Mohan

Dr Kitty Mohan is a Consultant in Communicable Disease Control based in London and Oxford. A medical doctor by background, she completed Public Health training in London in March 2018 and was awarded a PhD in Epidemiology from King’s College London in 2016. She is the...