2016 JUDGES

Dr Charles Mazhude
Dr Mazhude is Consultant HIV/GU Physician and Lead clinician for HIV Service at Lewisham Hospital. He has extensive experience in managing a large cohort of patients drawn from an inner city, high prevalence and ethnically diverse population. His 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.
Maxine Webster

Maxine Webster wants to live in a world where people recognise their own worth and purpose, while being empowered to confidently embrace their individuality.  Maxine works at KPMG, managing the administrative proposition for employee flexible benefits & reward strategies. She is the first ever democratically elected former Chair of the KPMG African & Caribbean Network. Maxine managed the successful Positively Jamaica – HIV awareness & fundraiser for Christian Aid and the work they do in Jamaica for those infected and affected by HIV & AIDS.

Dr Gary Whitlock
Dr Gary Whitlock is a consultant physician in sexual health and HIV medicine at 56 Dean Street, part of Chelsea & Westminster NHS Foundation Trust, which is a sexual health clinic situated in Soho, London. He trained at various centres in London and Barcelona, Spain. His professional interests include the sexual health of gay men and HPV infections.

Natika H Halil

Natika has worked for FPA since 2008, in roles including Director of Communications and Health and Wellbeing and Information lead. Natika has worked in the voluntary sector since 1996. She started her career as a helpline volunteer at SANEline, the mental health charity, before moving into the field of infant health and bereavement. Before working at FPA, Natika spent seven years at the Stroke Association, heading up their information services. Natika has a wealth of experience in health and information provision and an academic background in psychology and psychotherapy.

Dr Iain Reeves
Dr Iain Reeves is Lead Clinician for HIV at the Homerton Hospital. He is also lead for the NE London and Essex HIV Clinical Network and an elected trustee of BHIVA. He has special interests in the sexual health of MSM and in mental health. He is a principal investigator on a number of HIV and sexual health studies.
Ruth Lowbury
Ruth has been Chief Executive of MEDFASH since 2000, leading the organisation and managing major national projects. With a degree in Social and Political Sciences, she started her career in the reproductive health charity sector, gaining experience of direct service provision as well as marketing and public relations.  She moved in 1990 to the Health Education Authority where she worked in the HIV and Sexual Health Programme first as a project manager, and from 1995 as Programme Manager. In this capacity, she led a team providing national public education campaigns, information and support for local health promotion, research and policy development.  Ruth has been a member of the UK Chief Medical Officers’ Expert Advisory Group on AIDS since 2005.  She was previously a member of the Independent Advisory Group on Sexual Health and HIV (2007-2010), a trustee of London Brook (2000-2008) and Chair of the Sex Education Forum (2005-2008).
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