Mothers' Union Spokespeople
Bev Jullien: Bev is the Chief Executive of Mothers’ Union and is responsible for managing the charity and for developing strategy. Bev is available for interview on all aspects of Mothers’ Union including our programmes and our policy work.
Lynne Tembey is the current Worldwide President of Mothers' Union, elected for a second term from 2016 - 2018. Lynne has been a member of Mothers' Union for 35 years. Talk to Lynne about the purpose and contribution of members in communities, of the value of membership and our international governance.
Sophia Jones is Mothers’ Union’s Senior Communications Manager, responsible for overseeing the work of our Publications, Events, Digital Media and Media Relations. Her experience spans as far back as 1992 when she was a Press Assistant at Christian Aid. Since then she has worked as a Communications professional in some of the world’s leading international charities, including Tearfund and World Vision. As a trained journalist, she has written for a variety of magazines and newspapers. Most recently, Sophia spent almost six years in Nairobi, Kenya, as the International Rescue Committee’s (IRC) Regional Communications and Media Manager responsible for 10 countries throughout the Horn and East Africa region.
For media enquiries and interviews, contact Sophia on Tel: 020 7222 5533 ext – 241 or Mob: 0756 562 1884. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Daniel McAllister joined Mothers' Union in 2014 after almost ten years working with International NGOs and established national charities, both in the UK and overseas. In his role at Mothers’ Union he is leading the Fundraising & Communications team; managing campaigns, ‘member & supporter’ care and brand reputation as well as developing opportunities for growth where possible.
Nicola Lawrence is our Head of International Programmes for Mothers' Union. With over 13 years experience of the community work carried out by members, Nicola is an ideal person to request for interview on Mothers' Union's work across the world, including centrally funded programmes.
Rose Wright is our Campaigns and Social Policy Officer, she is happy to speak on issues Mothers' Union is currently lobbying government on, both at UK and international level including attending the UN Commission on the Status of Women in New York.
Rachael Arding is our Events and Digital Communications Manager. Rachael is the primary voice of Mothers' Union across our social media channels such as Facebook and Twitter and is also responsible for the running of the Mothers' Union's website and micro sites.