Supporter Care Manager
Judith worked as a book editor before moving into the charity sector. At PCRC, her sharp eye for detail goes into our donor care – making sure income is processed correctly and contact records are up-to-date. The only thing sharper than Judith’s attention to detail is her wry sense of humour.
Josh joined PCRC in 2019, with six years experience in the event industry, and he brought with him bright, new ideas to enhance the charity’s events portfolio. When Josh is not at work his life revolves around two things, sports and board games. Josh plays non-contact (flag) American Football, is an avid San Francisco 49ers fan and, in football, passionately supports Liverpool FC. With a collection of almost 100 board/card games, Josh loves nothing more than a chilled evening playing games with friends and family.
Denise has an MSc in Public Health and has been working in health research for the past 5 years- from clinical trials to research funding organisations! Her handy research skills and keen eye for detail are key to administering our grant rounds and conducting in-house research projects to enable us to better support the prostate cancer community.
Community Fundraising Officer
Amy has joined us straight from Edinburgh University after completing a degree in Philosophy. She is full of beans and ready to transform the way we fundraise through communities by creating and building relationships with supporters. We know this will be no issue for her as she has had record long inductions with staff who have left praising her questions and intelligence!
Finance and Administrative Support Officer
Derya’s eye for accuracy and efficiency keeps PCRC running smoothly, and if you need anything from Post-it notes to more obscure requests, Derya will make sure it is in the office in no time. We love the various treats she brings back from her family trips to Istanbul!
Research Communications Assistant
Kath has a degree in Biology and has joined PCRC after completing an MSc in Science Communication. She enjoys combining her love of talking about science with meeting those at the heart of PCRC- whether that be through working on Patient Voice or meeting PCRC-funded scientists and finding new ways to communicate their research!
Trust Fundraising and Project Assistant
Amy has joined the Fundraising Team following a Masters in Gender Studies and Law, and brings her passion for research to the role. As Trust Fundraising Intern, she supports PCRC’s efforts to secure income from grantmaking Trusts and Foundations, and is excited to build relationships with PCRC’s supporters. Amy is looking forward to learning all about the different areas of fundraising from the team. Her love of learning is matched by her love of chocolate cake.
Research and Communications Intern
Poppy has joined PCRC to support the Research and Communications team following a Masters in Biomedical Science at Durham University. She is looking forward to getting stuck in helping the team to bridge the gap between academic research and clinical practice. As a child, Poppy enjoyed chatting and science, and not much has changed since! Outside of work, she can usually be found rifling through charity shop bookshelves.