Rob Music has 25 years' experience working for a range of health care charities. He joined Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust in September 2008 bringing a range of skills including senior management, service development, fundraising, strategy and communications. Other charities he has worked for include Help the Aged, Endometriosis UK and The Stroke Association. Since joining the charity, he has overseen positive change including a 600% increase in income, the development of new support services, a major rebrand and successful high profile awareness campaigns. Additionally the charity has built positive relationships with key funders, media, policy and health influencers and Rob sits on a number of influential committees.
Head of Support Services
Rebecca joined Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust in September 2009 as Services Development Manager after being a long-term supporter and volunteer for Jo's.
Whilst initially beginning her career in media, Rebecca then became an operations manager for BDO LLP for 5 years where she gained skills in people management, operational strategy, training, administration and communication, becoming a qualified NLP practitioner and coach. Having always been passionate about communication and helping people, joining Jo's was a natural progression and this has also allowed her to contribute corporate skills to the charity sector.
Information and Education Manager
Claire has worked within the charitable sector since 2007 and in 2009 joined Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust. Over the last two years Claire has been responsible for developing the charity's health information as well as building the charity's outreach programmes. Her work includes managing the development and production of the charity’s health information, and raising awareness of the charity and cervical cancer prevention amongst healthcare professionals and the general public.
She has also overseen the charity's accreditation with Information Standard and is responsible for managing the charity's patient feedback group, Jo's Voices. She is passionate about raising awareness of how women can reduce their risk of cervical cancer.
Maddy joined Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust in March 2012 as Communications Manager. Maddy built her career in PR spending 6 years agency-side managing accounts and busy press offices across a broad range of industries from food and entertainment to beauty and technology. But it was working on campaigns for the third sector that really ignited her passion.
A client portfolio that includes the Cystic Fibrosis Trust, The Children's Society, BT and Procter & Gamble has given her the opportunity to bring to the role a broad set of skills. These range from the execution of traditional PR campaigns - managing events, media relations and celebrity ambassadors - to implementing digital projects, CSR initiatives and internal communications.