The NAZ board, leadership, staff and volunteers comes from the communities we want to influence; we work at the intersection of cultures, sexualities and beliefs to ensure that minority communities have the information, support and services they need to make independent, informed decisions about their sexual health.
NAZ is a registered charity (no. 1014056). The Board of Trustees is responsible for the management and strategic direction of NAZ.The Board meets at least five times a year. All Trustees are non-executive and none of them receives remuneration from NAZ. Our Declaration of Trust empowers the Trustees to take such steps as are necessary to achieve our objectives and make the appropriate arrangements for the sound management of the organisation and activities.
Dr.Hamish Mohammed is currently a Principal STI Surveillance Scientist at Public Health England. His team manages the national surveillance system for STIs in England, and he is the Chair of the Steering Group for a pilot of enhanced surveillance for behavioural and partner notification outcomes at sexual health clinics.
Rageshri is a Consultant in Sexual Health and HIV at barking, Havering and Redbridge NHS Trust and has worked in sexual health in East London for more than 5 years. She has a specialist interest in working with BAME communities and in outreach testing. She is also currently Chair of the BASHH Sexual Violence Group.
Charles is a Consultant HIV/GU Physician and Lead clinician for HIV Service at Lewisham Hospital. Extensive experience in managing a large cohort of patients drawn from an inner city, high prevalence and ethnically diverse population. Interests include clinical research, training and teaching including work with service users. As a keen advocate for access and equity of care, he has been a board member of different HIV/Sexual Health charities and voluntary organisations in the past.
Vanessa is a Consultant in Sexual Health and HIV Medicine at Barts Health NHS Trust.