WHAT DO YOU DO AT THE CHARITY?

I am the Individual Giving Coordinator and part of the Encephalitis Society’s small but mighty fundraising team. In my role, I am responsible for growing and developing the Society’s regular giving programmes, as well as stewarding its amazing supporters throughout their lives.

WHY DO YOU LIKE WORKING HERE?

The Encephalitis Society is a community in the truest sense of the word. The charity unites so many wonderful people, gathered from all walks of life, in its crucial work to raise awareness of encephalitis, fund research and build better futures for those affected.

TELL US SOMETHING ABOUT YOURSELF?

In my spare time, I enjoy writing and performing music, running, reading and BBC Radio 4.

WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES THE ENCEPHALITIS SOCIETY MAKE IN YOUR OPINION?

In the words of our CEO, Dr Ava Easton, the Encephalitis Society is without a doubt, ‘a light in a very dark place’. The charity is a beacon of hope for countless individuals and their families affected by this devastating condition; I take great pride in being able to play a small part in its transformational work.