Jen - Receptionist
Phone us or email us and it’s likely you’ll get through to Jen. She’s the front of house and the first person a lot of people speak to here. She’s also the fearless leader and defender of the prized stationary cupboard.
Jen’s advice to her 16 year old self? Try to remember that no one ever hated themselves into loving themselves. Surround yourself with people you relate to, online and offline.
Vicky - HR Adviser
Our current staff and our future staff all rely on Vicky – she looks after recruitment, training, policies and processes. She knows her apples too, before joining us she worked in HR for another mental health charity.
Vicky’s advice to her 16 year old self? You never really feel like a grown up. You may never actually get to meet David Bowie. And that’s ok.
Kim - Facilities Officer
Previously a landlady of her own pub for ten years, Kim is the one we turn to when things need fixing, sorting and replacing – an integral part in keeping the YoungMinds Office running! A fun and friendly face to see every day, she also has a passion to ring the New Year in in as many different countries as possible.
Kim’s advice for her 16 year old self? To make the most of the people closest to you because they’re not around forever
Sally - Finance Officer
For more than 5 years, Sally’s been looking after the money coming and going out so the teams can keep up their amazing work. Sally’s experienced in plenty of sectors before charities including finance, insurance, retail, construction, local and national government.
Mide – Finance Assistant
Thanks to Mide, all our financial records are kept organised, as she’s the one who processes all our invoices, expense claims and payments. Before joining us at YoungMinds, she was busy raising her family.
Mide’s advice to her 16 year old self? Think really hard before making life-changing choices.
Sumeeha - Finance Officer
Sumeeha has the vital job of assisting the Finance Director, producing management accounts and making sure everyone gets paid on time! Prior to this, she worked in a finance role at the Church of England and also in an accounting practice.
Sumeeha’s advice to her 16 year old self? Trust your instinct, it’s always right. Problems will sort themselves out and things are better then you expected.