Terrence Higgins Trust in Brighton & Hove is delighted to welcome Sue Peters to the team as Regional Manager in the South. Sue comes from Bristol where she has been Regional Manager for the West of England for the past 6 years.
In that role, Sue was instrumental in implementing services for the Black and Minority Ethnic and gay communities, as well as developing a project supporting male sex workers around sexual health. Her experience will no doubt enhance the services that Brighton already offers.
Sue said “This is a fantastic opportunity to work on sexual health issues with the community and all our stakeholders in Brighton. Brighton & Hove is a great city to work in. I’m really looking forward to my time here and working closely with you all”.
Perry French has taken a secondment opportunity and will be working on other projects that will assist with the work of the charity nationally.
Perry said “It has been a pleasure working in Brighton, getting to know everyone and helping to influence THT’s important work locally. Our city is one of the most caring and friendly centres for those living with HIV and it’s been great informing everyone about sexual health, having fun and staying safe. I look forward to returning at some point and carrying on the work that the team will be continuing in my absence”.