Natalie wrote the Own My Life course. She is the author of Out Of Control; couples, conflict and the capacity for change and the Creator and Director of the DAY Programme, an innovative youth domestic abuse and exploitation education programme. She speaks and writes on understanding and ending gender injustice nationally and internationally.
Sarah has recently become an Ordinand for the Church of England, having spent the last 15 years working skills and economic growth within local authorities. She has supported various start-up organisations over the years and has experience in quality management and business planning. She is passionate about collaborating with others to liberate women from oppression.
A passionate advocate for fairness and equality, Irene loves being a part of the Sisterhood! She applies her twenty years of experience in team leadership, events facilitation and organising skills to everything that she does. Her mission is to help everyone to understand what they want to achieve and support them as they work towards achieving it. Irene values freedom, choosing to give her time to volunteer and mentor within a range of charities and social enterprises. She is proud to be one of the founding trustees of The Women’s Liberation Collective.
Liza is the CEO of SATEDA. She is passionate about social justice (rather than social injustice) and strives to help amplify the voices of those who find themselves side-lined. She is a qualified IDVA, accredited Service Manager and has recently been awarded her PhD – the thesis for this examines the experiences of abused mothers within the child protection system.
Annehas 26 years’ experience in setting up, delivering and developing services for women and children impacted by domestic abuse both on an operational and strategic level. After working national for Women's Aid Federation England, she now manages the counselling service for Rising Sun Domestic Violence and Abuse Service.
Henu is CEO of Queens Award winning charity DAVSS based in West Kent and has over 14 years’ experience in the Voluntary and Community sector. She was called to the BAR in 2010 and has put her legal skills to use in the charitable sector pursuing justice, equality and fairness for marginalised communities.