We deliver services funded by Brighton and Hove and East Sussex local authorities, Children in Need, The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, Brighton and Hove Third Sector Investment Partnership, NHS, Ministry of Justice, Lloyds Bank Foundation, Sussex Community Foundation, The National Lottery and Diocese of Chichester and we thank them all for recognising the enormous impact of our work and for working with us to deliver high quality services to survivors.
I have been working at Survivors’ Network since 2014 as the co-ordinator of the ISVA (Independent Sexual Violence Advisor) service and I was delighted to be appointed as CEO in 2018. I am proud to call myself a trans-inclusive feminist, I am proud to lead a team of strong, fabulous women, and I am proud to lead Survivors’ Network in the next stage of our development and delivery.
If you would like to share any compliments or concerns with me, or to share any suggestions for improved service delivery, please email me at email@example.com. I would love to hear from you.
Jay Breslaw, CEO (pictured first)
co-signed, Sophie Gibson, Chair of Trustees (pictured second)