Our staff team

We are a small team of 9 people, with a broad range of skills, expertise and experience. Working from our office in London, we are committed to bringing clear and accurate information on HIV and AIDS to those who need it, and passionate about listening to the people who use our materials to ensure they continue to be relevant, accessible and useful.

Executive Director

Matthew Hodson

Executive director

Matthew joined NAM in 2016 as Executive director.  He is responsible for leading the organisation and ensuring it is effective in realising its mission. He works closely with the charity's trustees to shape NAM's strategic goals and oversee their implementation. He is also responsible for making sure NAM has the resources necessary to enable it to achieve its objectives.

Communications Team

James Hale

Marketing Membership Manager

James joined NAM in 2016, and is responsible for managing the patient information subscription scheme and distributing NAM's range of in-clinic HIV materials. He also visits clinics to ensure NAM's resources continue to meet their members’ needs and arranges NAM’s exhibition attendance at conferences, including BHIVA.

Aoife O'Connell

Graphic designer

Aoife joined NAM in 2014 as the in-house graphic designer. She is responsible for maintaining the successful visual communication of NAM's printed and online output.

Zoe Smith

Communications Manager

Zoë joined NAM in 2003. Her job is to help make sure that as many people as possible know how and where to get NAM's resources. An important part of her role is also to make sure that your ideas are fed back into NAM and used to shape the way we develop our resources. If you use any of NAM’s resources we would love to hear from you.

Editorial Team

Keith Alcorn

Senior Editor

Keith joined NAM in 1991 and edited the AIDS Reference Manual (1996 to 1998) and the HIV & AIDS Treatments Directory (1998 to 2004). He was founding editor of NAM's website aidsmap.com and co-edited HIV & AIDS Treatment in Practice (2003 to 2014), a newsletter focusing on HIV treatment and care in resource-limited settings.

Gus Cairns

Editor

Gus joined the editorial team in 2009 as editor of NAM’s regular newsletter, HTU. He has been a freelance writer for us since 2003 having edited the last three editions of the HIV Reference Manual and both editions of Preventing HIV.

Amelia Jones

Web editor

Amelia joined NAM in July 2015. Her role involves working on web content and digital communications, including e-bulletins and news stories, social media, and patient information.

Roger Pebody

Editor

Roger joined NAM in 2008. He is an editor focusing on easy-to-understand patient information materials, as well as information for professionals on HIV prevention and the social impact of HIV

Finance & Office Team

Jeremy Cohen

Business Manager

Jeremy joined NAM in September 1998. He manages NAM’s internal systems including finance, IT and premises.

Freelancers

Sylvie Beaumont (e-atlas listings and translation)

Edwin J Bernard (HIV and the Criminal Law editor and news reporting)

Michael Carter (news reporting and patient information materials)

Selina Corkery (patient information materials)

Liz Highleyman (San Francisco) (news reporting)

Greta Hughson (digital manager/editor)

Stanislav Kazikin (translation)

Carole Leach-Lemens (news reporting)

Lesley Odendal (Cape Town) (news reporting)

Tom Paterson (web development)

Theo Smart (Cape Town) (news reporting)

Please feel free to contact us if you have a query or would like any further information.

Community Consensus Statement on Access to HIV Treatment and its Use for Prevention

Together, we can make it happen

We can end HIV soon if people have equal access to HIV drugs as treatment and as PrEP, and have free choice over whether to take them.

Launched today, the Community Consensus Statement is a basic set of principles aimed at making sure that happens.

The Community Consensus Statement is a joint initiative of AVAC, EATG, MSMGF, GNP+, HIV i-Base, the International HIV/AIDS Alliance, ITPC and NAM/aidsmap
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NAM’s information is intended to support, rather than replace, consultation with a healthcare professional. Talk to your doctor or another member of your healthcare team for advice tailored to your situation.