LAST YEAR'S JUDGES
Munish Chopra has worked in public affairs, political relations and community engagement for over a decade. He has been an active volunteer and activist for the LGBT community and at NAZ facilitating the South Asian MSM youth group. He has
led on NAZ teacher-training, sex and relationship education series. He recently married his husband Chris Evans, a teacher from Walthamstow.
Marion Wadibia is Chief Executive of NAZ. Her career path has included roles in the voluntary, corporate and private sectors During her time at NAZ, Marion has led a period of notable growth and success and extended the reach of NAZ through an unprecedented and colourful portfolio of programmes. These include Testing Faith, a multi-disciplinary programme for faith leaders and nSOCARS, the NAZ OSCARS.
Roda is a Project Director at Wisper Public Affairs and an expert in healthcare communications. She has worked extensively in the healthcare sector providing advice and support to a wide range of clients on patient advocacy and engagement, health policy and public affairs. Since 2013, Roda has supported the delivery of The National Positive Practice in Mental Health Awards and is part of the Secretariat to the Halve It campaign, of which NAZ is a member.
Yusef Azad is Director of Strategy at NAT (National AIDS Trust). He joined NAT in 2004 after serving in the House of Commons for 13 years. Yusef has worked across all areas of HIV policy including HIV prevention and testing, migrant health rights and criminalisation of HIV transmission. He was co-Chair of the European Commission’s HIV/AIDS Civil Society forum for a period of three years.
Dr Jan Clarke
Dr Jan Clarke is President of the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV (BASHH) and Consultant in Genitourinary Medicine at the Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust. She chaired the DH Expert Advisory Group for the National Chlamydia Screening Programme to March 2013, and served as advisor to the NAZ Testing Faith project.
Allan Anderson is Chief Executive at Positively UK, a leading patient organisation. Allan has led on a number of research programmes addressing HIV in the context of prisons, mental health and quality of health and social care. He has co-developed and directed projects which examine issues such as HIV and pregnancy and integrated care. More recently Allan has launched Project 100, an initiative devoted to developing the capacity of people living with HIV with a view to the provision of peer support on a national scale.