Emma has led AYPH since it was set up in 2008. In her role as Chief Executive, she sits on a number of national strategic bodies working to improve young people’s health including the Children and Young People’s Health Outcomes Forum. Emma works closely with the Department of Health, Public Health England and NHS England championing young people’s participation and better understanding of young people’s health needs and experiences. Previously she worked in a range of membership organisations including as Capacity Building Director at the International Alliance of Patients Organizations and as Development Team manager at AdviceUK.
Ann is a chartered psychologist with a specific interest in adolescence. She has a masters in public health from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and a PhD from the Institute of Psychiatry. She has published widely on adolescent wellbeing and has worked with a range of funders, think tanks and universities in the field of adolescent development. She is Consulting Editor for the Journal of Adolescence and an ad-hoc reviewer for a range of journals and funders in the field.
Vicky has worked in the domestic and sexual violence sector for almost 10 years, providing comprehensive administrative and HR support to organisations and facilitating training events.
Lindsay has extensive experience working with young people in the voluntary sector. She worked on AYPH’s innovative Be Healthy project involving young people affected by sexual exploitation and also runs training for professionals based on the model.
Jeremy has an extensive history designing, facilitating and managing front line services and artistic programmes for young people from marginalised backgrounds across the UK. Particular focuses have been on managing long term health conditions, mental health, exploring creativity and psychosocial wellbeing.
Rakhee is a paediatric specialist registrar in London and a member of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. Alongside her clinical training Rakhee has a particular interest in child public health and is currently pursuing a masters degree in public health.