Greg Kretz
Has spent a chunk of his adult life being a regular employee from 9 to 5, and a LGBT activist and journalist the rest of the time. This means demos, Pride marches, meetings, leafletings (and the occasional egg throwing) in several countries. Greg is also known for baking a mean lemon tart.
Grant Chambers
Works as a trainer for DHIVERSE, a local sexual health charity, to promote sexual health and to challenge discrimination around HIV. He has a particular interest in LBGT health issues.
Daniel Wunderlich
With a background in political science and arts and humanities Daniel is employed as a research facilitator at the University of Cambridge. Since May 2013, I have been volunteering at SexYouality in support of the Cambridge young persons’ group. I have previously volunteered in organisations working on international development and refugee and asylum seeker support on a one-to-one basis as well as worked as a steering committee member of a local charity, Sheffield Jazz. I moved to Cambridge in 2010 and have since lived in Petersfield and Romsey with my husband.
Paulina Palmer
Is a lecturer for the Gender Studies MA at Birkbeck College, University of London. Paulina also writes and publishes work in the field of lesbian/queer fiction and theory. She helped run the Cambridge Lesbian Helpline from 1979 until 2003. She is a member of Sister Act, the Cambridge-based lesbian/bisexual social organisation. She also runs a workshop on Queer Literature and Film in Cambridge during LGBT History Month.
Sarah Brown
Special Adviser
Sarah is a campaigner for LGBT equality, with a particular focus on transgender issues. A trans woman herself, she lives in Cambridge with her civil partner where she was formerly a city councillor, responsible for the community wellbeing portfolio, which included community grants and public health. Sarah has campaigned extensively on issues such as marriage rights (she first noticed the trans spousal veto in the same sex marriage bill and coined the term) and healthcare, starting the “TransDocFail” campaign. This collected thousands of stories of poor experience of healthcare by transgender people and ended up the focus of a General Medical Council investigation.