Founder, Women's Inclusion Health Collective
I worked for National Ugly Mugs prior, an anti-violence charity for sex workers. I became heavily involved with healthcare for street-based sex workers and drug users, helping to write various research articles and Inclusion Health Toolkits. I later worked at Together Women Project in a systems change role to improve systems, society and services for female offenders. I am now the founder of the Women's Inclusion Health Collective. It is collective network focusing on the health needs of underserved women from an intersectional feminist perspective, rooted in principles of social justice, inclusive of those with living experience, NHS leaders, healthcare professionals and researchers. More importantly, I've been a sex worker, homeless, and a drug user myself. I use both professional and personal experience, and those within the community, to improve healthcare for homeless women, asylum seekers, sex workers, female offenders and Gypsy Travellers.
28-Feb-2024The Women's Health WorkshopHealth inequalities: a workshop on inclusion health groups