Susannah Brown is our Head of Research Evidence and Interpretation, and works on our Continuous Update Project. She joined World Cancer Research Fund from Oxford University and is a former international rugby player. You can follow her on Twitter @SusannahBrown__
Rachel Clark is a Registered Public Health Nutritionist and is World Cancer Research Fund’s Health Promotion Manager. Rachel is a mum and advocate for healthy and quick cooking for time-strapped parents. You can follow her on Twitter and find out more about her Lord of the Rings obsession @RachelC_WCRF
Adam Daly is our Corporate Partnerships Manager. After graduating with a degree in sociology, Adam worked in the private sector for four years at an international recruitment firm before joining the not-for-profit sector in 2016.
Lorraine Hawkins is our Head of Digital. As well as being an oil painter, she has run eight marathons and is an advocate for healthy living.
Matt Lambert is our Health Information Officer. He is a nutritionist with over 15 years of experience and has a BSc and an MSc in nutrition. Before working at World Cancer Research Fund, he worked for Unilever and GlaxoSmithKline. He also used to be a fitness trainer. You can follow him on Twitter @Matt_Nutrition
Maxine Lenza is our Press and Communications Officer. Her background is in biology and she has an MSc in science technology and society. Before joining World Cancer Research Fund in 2017, she worked at Springer Nature as a Publishing Assistant. Follow her on Twitter @Maxine_Florence
Melissa Mogor is a Registered Nutritionist and World Cancer Research Fund’s Public Health Adviser, working on our Cancer Survivor Champions and e-learning projects. She has years of experience working with families in the childhood weight management area and working clinically with individuals living with diabetes. She is passionate about sharing the joys of gardening and grows her own fruit and veg in her allotment. You can follow her on Twitter @MelissaMogor
Melanie Purnode is our Senior Press and Content Manager. She has worked in the third sector for over a decade, and is a communications specialist with a love for good food. Follow her on Twitter @MelaniePurnode
Sidonie Sakula-Barry is our Public Health Information Officer. She has an MSc in public health and health promotion, with an interest in digital health. She works on our health information for families and children, and is also a keen foodie with experience of catering for events. Follow her on Twitter @SidonieSB