Terrence Higgins Trust spokespeople are available for interview or to give a detailed briefing on all areas of the charity's work.
Ian joined Terrence Higgins Trust as Chief Executive in March 2016.
As Chief Executive of the leading HIV and sexual health charity, Ian is able to give Terrence Higgins Trust’s perspective on a wide range of priority issues and campaigns affecting people with HIV.
He has more than 25 years experience of high profile leadership, having held strategic leadership roles in local government, health, housing and social care, as well as non-executive roles in the NHS. Ian was the Chief Executive of YMCA England and has held a number of positions of public office.
Diagnosed with HIV almost 20 years ago, Ian has first hand experience of using the support and services that Terrence Higgins Trust offers.
Ian can offer insight into the need to access high quality HIV and sexual health services and to stop stigma of living with the condition.
Dr Michael Brady
Dr Michael Brady joined Terrence Higgins Trust as a Trustee in 2004 and became the organisation's first Medical Director in 2007. Michael is a Sexual Health and HIV consultant at Kings College Hospital, London, where he is the Clinical Lead for Sexual Health services.
Michael is an experienced media spokesperson and can provide Terrence Higgins Trust’s medical perspective on issues relating to HIV and sexual health.
Michael is also the Principal Investigator at Kings for the PROUD study on pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, a drug taken by HIV negative people who are at high risk to prevent HIV transmission.
Michael has also worked on specific projects in an advisory capacity for the British HIV Association (BHIVA), British Association of Sexual Health and HIV (BASHH), the Royal College of Physicians, NHS England and the Department of Health and is currently the co-chair of the BHIVA/BASHH PrEP guideline writing committee.
We also have a range of specialist spokespeople who are able to give media interviews about their areas of expertise, such as ageing and HIV, chemsex, HIV and African communities, sex workers and much more.
For all interview requests, please contact the media team on 079 5781 2691 or firstname.lastname@example.org