Nicola Gray is a trustee and Chair of the Advisory Group.
Fiona Brooks is currently in Australia as professor of child and family health at the University of Technology, Sydney. She was head of adolescent and child health research at the University of Hertfordshire.
Marian Davis is a GP with a specialist interest in young people’s health and Chair of the Royal College of General Practitioners’ Adolescent Health Group.
Debbie Fallon has a clinical background in both adult and children’s nursing and is a senior lecturer at the University of Manchester.
Helena Gleeson is a consultant endocrinologist and Chair of the Royal College of Physicians’ Young Adults and Adolescent Steering Group.
Nigel Mills works as a clinical nurse specialist for adolescent health at Great Ormond Street Hospital, London.
Alison Hadley is director of the Teenage Pregnancy Knowledge Exchange at the University of Bedfordshire. She led the Labour Government’s successful 10-year teenage pregnancy strategy and has also worked in the voluntary sector for Brook and is a trained nurse.
Dougal Hargreaves is a specialist registrar in general pediatrics at St Mary’s Hospital in London. He is also honorary research associate at the Institute of Child Health at University College London.
Gill Turner is a consultant community paediatrician in Northumberland and a member of the RCPCH Young People’s Health Special Interest Group (YPSHIG).
Camille Warrington is the young people’s participation development officer at the International Centre for Sexually Exploited and Trafficked Young People at the University of Bedfordshire. She is a member of the management group for the National Working Group for Sexually Exploited Children and Young People (NWG). Camille is a trained youth worker and has worked in a variety of voluntary and statutory sector projects.
Áine Kelly is a DPhil student at the Rees Centre for Research in Fostering and Education, based in the University of Oxford’s Department of Education. She is a member of the NICE guidelines development group for the attachment of children in care, children adopted from care, and children at high risk of entering care.
Steve Morton is health & wellbeing manager at Public Health England and is the centre lead for children & young people, healthy weight and active transport. Steve is also the Europe consultant for the global education partnership for the World Organisation of the Scout Movement.
Gail Dovey-Pearce is a consultant clinical psychologist: service lead and clinical researcher in paediatric psychology, child health at Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and an associate researcher at the Institute for Health & Society, Medical School, Newcastle University.