The 2017 Annual General Meeting of the members of the Anaphylaxis Campaign was held on Monday 12th June 2017 at the Mary Sumner House, 24 Tufton Street, London SW1P 3RB.
Download the documents below for more information
- AGM Agenda 12th June 2017 venue confirmed
- Minutes of the 2017 AGM 12 July 2017
- Trustees report and audited accounts 2016
For biographies of the candidates elected or re-elected to the Board of Trustees please see below:
Sue Clarke Clinical Lead for Allergy and Paediatric Respiratory at Education for Health, Warwick
Sue is currently the Nurse Advisor to the Anaphylaxis Campaign.
For the last 4 years she has been the Clinical Lead for Allergy at Education for Health in Warwick and she continues to lecture on allergy and anaphylaxis. She also works in West Essex as a Health Visitor utilising her allergy skills.
Sue wrote the AllergyWise eLearning training programmes for the Anaphylaxis Campaign. These 3 courses are designed for school nurses, health visitors and trainers, families, carers and individuals and GPs and practice nurses to provide in depth information on managing severe allergies and anaphylaxis.
Sue was involved in the development of the Resuscitation Council Guidelines on Anaphylaxis in 2008, the NICE guidelines on food allergy in children (CG116) and NICE guidelines on Anaphylaxis (CG134) published in 2011, and the NICE quality standard for eczema in children, and is on the editorial board of the new Health Visitor Journal.
Barry has worked within the food service industry for over 20 years. After spending his formative years working within the high quality niche London contract catering scene, Barry went on to co-found The Good Eating Company where he established a reputation for his strong values and customer engagement approach. Barry, with his family, moved to Sydney Australia in 2003 where he spent 7 years working with Westpac Bank, originally heading up their national catering services and then managing a transformational change and engagement program of its Retail Banking property portfolio. Barry returned to London in 2011 to be part of a new management team within Mitie plc’s food division that recently rebranded to Gather & Gather. Barry leads the Gather & Gather operational teams across London & South of England.. Whilst in Australia Barry was an active member of Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia (A&AA) and participated in fundraising activities that drove funding to help educate the food service industry. Barry’s daughter Ella is anaphylactic and allergic to most nuts.
Kathy Petersen, Hon. Treasurer
Kathy is a chartered accountant and has worked in Charity Finance since 2002, primarily in the Higher Education sector. Prior to that she held various finance positions within the private sector. She became aware of The Anaphylaxis Campaign in 2001 while searching for information on tree nut allergies after discovering that her son had a severe allergy. Kathy lives near Henley-on-Thames and works for the Landmark Trust. In her spare time, she sings in an all-female choir, enjoys rowing, cooking and spending time with her family.
Jo is a part- time GP in Norfolk, working also as a tutor with undergraduate medical students at the University of East Anglia. Having qualified from The University of Manchester, she worked in several paediatric posts in the North of England before commencing her GP training in East Anglia. She has always incorporated her interest in Paediatrics into her daily practice and more recently developed an interest in allergy. Her knowledge of Primary Care combined with her interest in allergy puts her in a unique position which has led to her involvement in several national allergy projects