Our people

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Huong Le

Huong Le leads on the Centre’s research relating to children and young people’s mental health

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Ibrahim Hirsi

Ibrahim a poet and peer researcher whose interests lie in mental health among black men and how being away from one’s homeland can affect someone’s mental health.

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Jan Hutchinson

Jan Hutchinson is our Director of Programmes and Performance. A qualified social worker, she has run mental health services and leads on our employment work.

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Jenny Banks

Jenny is our Associate Director for Business Development. She has a long-standing career in income generation and business development activity within the not for profit sector.

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Julia Doyle

Julia is a Researcher with particular strengths in qualitative research and interest in research which intersects with social (in)justice topics

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Julie Bailie

Julie is the Centre’s Head of IPS and has worked in mental health for over 20 years.

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Juliet Snell

Juliet has 30 years’ experience of front-line leadership, policy and research roles in mental health, learning disability, housing, and children and young people’s services.

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Kadra Abdinasir

Kadra Abdinasir is Associate Director for Policy at Centre for Mental Health. She leads the Centre’s policy work to drive mental health equality across the life course.

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Katie Yau

Katie is one of our Researchers whose interests include experiences of solitude and loneliness, issues of inclusion and exclusion, and female health empowerment.

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Laura Thorne

Laura has worked as a practitioner, action researcher and development manager in the fields of mental health, complex needs and criminal justice.

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Lord Carlile of Berriew CBE, QC

Lord Carlile is a Vice President of the Centre. He is a QC and chaired the Select Committee in both Houses of Parliament on mental health legislation.

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Lorraine Khan

Lorraine is an Associate with extensive research and policy experience in children and young people’s mental health

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