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Sarah Toule

Sarah Toule is World Cancer Research Fund’s Head of Health Information, and ensures that our cancer prevention knowledge is translated into clear and engaging information for health professionals and the public. She regularly features in the media talking about cancer prevention, including an appearance on BBC2’s flagship current affairs programme, Victoria Derbyshire.

She has a BSc in Psychology and MSc in Human Nutrition and is particularly interested in how our psychology, and the environment and culture around us, influence our behaviour. She has 12 years experience in the charity sector focusing on cancer and public health, previously working at Prostate Cancer UK and Cancer Equality.


Sarah JamesSarah James is World Cancer Research Fund’s Health Information Publications Manager and editor of our supporter magazine, Healthy You. As part of her role, Sarah develops many of the recipes featured in our cookbooks

Prior to joining us, Sarah worked in public engagement and external affairs for the Nutrition Society. She has a BSc in Nutrition, a PgDip in Science Communication and is currently studying for an MSc in Applied Sports Nutrition. Follow her on Twitter @SarahJ_wcrfuk.


Sharon HuiSharon Hui is World Cancer Research Fund’s Health Information Officer.

Previously, she was an Assistant Editor at the Nutrition Society where she worked on the society’s series of textbooks, and she has also contributed to Weight Watchers weight loss programme. She has a BSc in Nutrition from the University of Surrey, and has a strong interest in promoting nutrition and healthy lifestyles for disease prevention.


Will FinchWill Finch is World Cancer Research Fund’s Press and Communications Officer. Before joining the charity in 2015, he qualified as a journalist, and worked for a number of years as a news reporter at a weekly consumer magazine and later as a freelance copywriter and blogger.


Tom IngramTom Ingram has been World Cancer Research Fund’s Corporate Development Manager since 2014. He oversees our partnerships and engagement with companies who support our cancer prevention research and education programmes. 

He has worked in corporate fundraising for ten years, first at arts organisations such as the Royal Academy of Arts, Brighton Festival and the British Museum before moving to work in the charity sector. Follow him on Twitter @WCRF_Tom.