Kelly Walker-Reed


Kelly is a part time Sister in the U.K’s largest sexual health organisation. Continuously keeping her own knowledge up to date, Kelly holds a diploma with the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health (FSRH) and is an active member of the Adolescent Specialist Interest Group for the British Association of Sexual Health and HIV (BASHH)

A keen trainer, Kelly gets great satisfaction from advancing the knowledge of others, both in a clinical setting and in the training environment.

She has vast experience of working with clients from all walks of life including homeless, young people, professionals, offenders, vulnerable people and clients with learning disabilities.

Passionate, devoted and an advocate for diversity, inclusion and all things sexual health.

Caroline Berry


Caroline has over 12 years experience of working within the housing sector particularly with vulnerable people in supported housing, this includes working with people who have experienced homelessness and domestic abuse, those with offending backgrounds, young people and service users with mental health problems and learning disabilities. 

Caroline likes to think creatively and provide quality services to our diverse communities. 

Sporting a BSC in Business Management and a qualified NLP Reiki practitioner, Caroline likes to think outside of the box. 

Caroline has a strong interest in learning new approaches, techniques and loves to be involved with developing new ideas.

Stacie Goodhead


Stacie has worked for Lloyds Bank for 14 years in various different roles based mainly in Commercial Banking, supporting SME’s and Not for Profit Organisations in and around the Midlands region.

Currently supporting a portfolio of over 200 local schools and academies with wide links to the local community and is passionate about working with schools from both a financial viability perspective and also supporting students with careers orientation.

A keen volunteer for a number of local charities, Stacie is a mentor to social enterprises, a local school governor and sits on various committees for championing diversity and inclusion.

Rupali Hazarika


Rupali has a wealth of experience in a broad range of statutory organisations including local government, Home Office and most recently as a Service Lead in the NHS. 

As an experienced trainer with a DTLLS qualification, Rupali has been commissioned to deliver a broad range of training sessions for schools and community drug services. 

She has a passion for improving the health and wellbeing of vulnerable groups through the use of mindfulness practice, education and peer support.

Her fields of interest include:

  • Drugs and alcohol misuse
  • Mindfulness
  • Motivational interviewing
  • Group working skills development