Richard Angell


Chief ExecutiveRichard Angell

Richard became Chief Executive of Terrence Higgins Trust in March 2023. He was previously the charity’s Campaigns Director and interim Head of Policy & Public Affairs.

Richard led a year’s worth of activity to mark 40 years since Terry Higgins became the first named person to die of an AIDS-related illness and our charity was established in his name. Other key successes include an integral role in securing £20million Government funding for opt-out HIV testing in emergency departments and leading on work to successfully overturn discriminatory exclusions in blood donation for gay and bisexual men and those primarily from the UK’s black communities.

A graduate of the University of Birmingham, Richard was previously Director at think tank Progress and worked with political leaders in both the UK and Australia. He also has a history of providing policy, communications and fundraising strategy advice to organisational leaders across the public, private and not-for-profit sectors.

Dominic Edwardes


Director of Fundraising and CommunicationsDominic Edwardes

Dominic Edwardes joined the charity’s marketing team in 1999. Since then he has been responsible for the development of the Terrence Higgins Trust brand, has worked on over 30 behaviour change campaigns and led development of the charity's digital presence.

Dominic has a strong commitment to providing evidence-based, user-tested health and social care information. He was Co-Chair of the Executive Council of The Information Standard from 2012 to 2015 and Chair of the Advisory Board from 2015 to 2017.

Prior to joining the charity, he worked in academic publishing on a wide range of humanities and social science subjects.

Caroline McLeod


Caroline McLeodDirector of Corporate Services

Caroline has over 30 years’ experience of financial and operational management at organisations in the UK and internationally. Previous not-for-profit roles include senior positions at Mildmay Uganda, Citizens UK and Publish What You Pay.

As well as a wealth of finance and operational management experience, Caroline is a member is the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland and also has a master’s in International Development from the University of Bath.

As Director of Finance, she is responsible for strategic and operational financial management across the organisation, balancing the need for long term financial security of the charity (including its subsidiaries) and the importance of delivering services. Part of this role involves the monitoring and management of risk across the organisation, making sure that appropriate mitigations are in place to protect the charity.

Dr Kate Nambiar


Dr Kate NambiarMedical Director

Kate began working in the NHS in 1999 and has specialised in sexual health since 2003. She is passionate about ensuring good healthcare is a right and reality for everyone and has a wealth of experience, including working as a speciality doctor in sexual health and HIV at University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust and doctoral researcher at Brighton and Sussex Medical School. Kate currently works as a Gender Clinician and Endocrinology Specialist at the Welsh Gender Service in Cardiff.
In 2012, Kate founded Clinic-T – a sexual health and contraception clinic led by and for trans and non-binary people in Brighton, in partnership with Terrence Higgins Trust. The clinic provides an inclusive and non-judgemental service and addresses the gap in sexual and reproductive health information for this community. As Medical Director, Kate utilises her clinical expertise to ensure no one is left behind as we target ending new HIV cases by 2030.