Alice Godmon - Research & Intelligence Officer

A Camberwell resident, Alice has a background in epidemiology, health research and evidence-based health promotion. She joined Healthwatch Southwark after finishing her Master's degree in Public Health at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, and has previously worked on research into HIV, health and sex education in schools, and birth outcomes of migrant women in the UK.

She has also worked in a secondary school, and is passionate about young people's health. Alice is focusing on research and analysis, and is keen to use the information Healthwatch collects to make positive change in the local area. 

Outside Healthwatch, Alice enjoys getting books out the library and going to Free Swim & Gym at Camberwell Leisure Centre. 

 

0207 358 7005

alice@healthwatchsouthwark.org

Elizabeth Macauley - Engagement & Signposting Officer

Lizzy has a background in community outreach, engagement and research, having worked on tobacco control, domiciliary care and youth engagement. She joined Healthwatch Southwark in August 2020 and hopes to engage with Southwark’s diverse community, championing and supporting their involvement in improving local health and social care services.

Lizzy has a particular interest in the social and economic determinants of health and its impact on people’s quality of life.

Outside of Healthwatch, Lizzy enjoys travelling and getting immersed in a good book.

 

0207 358 7005

lizzy@healthwatchsouthwark.org

Bridie Hindle - VCS Engagement Officer (COVID-19)

Bridie joined Healthwatch Southwark in October 2020 to bring together a community network of Health Ambassadors to discover more about the inequalities and barriers that different communities face and empower them to better assist themselves in the prevention of COVID-19. Bridie is also running a grant programme for grassroots voluntary sector community groups to fund innovative projects that support vulnerable and high-risk groups during the pandemic.

Bridie's background is in the arts sector where she worked at several leading arts institutions on projects that explored discrimination, inequality, and social injustice issues; leading national communications campaigns and developing events. She is driven to support initiatives that ensure an equality of opportunity and protect human rights.

 

020 7358 7746

bridie@communitysouthwark.org