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Robert 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.
As Chief Executive he can talk about any part of the charity's work, cancer care and prevention in the UK and third sector issues.
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. She is an expert in cervical cancer treatment and care, as well as the emotional and practical aspects of diagnosis.
Leading on policy and campaigns at the charity, Kate can talk about the charity's policy areas as well as comment on the external landscape. Her expertise spans all aspects of cervical cancer, especially cervical screening.
Responsible for all online and offline health information at the charity, Imogen has a huge range of expertise across all parts of cervical cancer, prevention and the patient experience.