What Frontline AIDS staff say

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Meet the Frontliners

Alice, Advisor: Programmes, UK

Alice joined Frontline AIDS in 2015. Her role of Advisor: Programmes involves working on a variety of projects in Africa and the Caribbean that tackle human rights violations, raise awareness about HIV, and champion the rights of marginalised people, such as sex workers and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people. Alice has a special interest in gender-equality and trans rights, and is one of the trade union representatives at Frontline AIDS.

At Frontline AIDS we are a diverse staff who all share the same passion and commitment to the enjoyment of human rights for all.

“I have been with the organisation for almost four years and during that time have had the opportunity to undergo training in project management, risk awareness, First Aid and translation. I have progressed to the role of Advisor: Programmes and am now a Union Rep. What I value most about working here however, is the ability to be myself. We are serious about our work yet the office is always filled with laughter. It is this dynamic that makes Frontline AIDS a great place to work.”

Bryony, Support Officer: Executive Director’s Office, UK

Bryony joined Frontline AIDS in 2015. Bryony has an extensive background in executive administration, and communications. As Support Officer: Executive Directors Office, she provides first class assistance to Christine Stegling, Executive Director, as well as supporting the work of the senior management team, organising the bi-annual meetings of the international board of trustees and leading internal communications for Frontline AIDS staff.

I have worked for Frontline AIDS for nearly 4 years now and it has been one of the best organisations I have been a part of.

“The mission, vision and values of the organisation resonate with me and provide a real sense of purpose to the work that I do. It means that you are working with like-minded people, who also happen to be great colleagues!

“The learning and development opportunities that are offered are brilliant and I have taken part in training courses on project management and developing personal presence, as well as being given the opportunity to pick courses that are very specific to my personal development. I am excited for the future of Frontline AIDS, and being a part of a progressive, energetic and bold organisation that will continue to offer the AIDS sector innovative and creative programming and ideas.”