The Staff Team At BIHR we are proud that our team brings wide and varied experience to supporting our mission to achieve change through human rights. Our team includes specialists in law, education, advocacy, community engagement and arts, social work, policy and a range of areas related to people’s everyday experiences of rights including health and social care, addressing violence against women, immigration and asylum, as well as core organisational functions around finance, administration and governance operations. You can contact BIHR via our main email ([email protected]). Find us on Twitter here: @BIHRhumanrights Sanchita Hosali, CEO Download Sanchita's biography and picture here. @sfhosali Carlyn Miller, Head of Policy & Programmes Download Carlyn's biography and picture here. @CarlynSMiller Phil Moore, Operations Manager Download Phil's biography and picture here. Katrin McEntee, Senior Human Rights Officer Download Katrin's biography and picture here. Annie Smith, Human Rights Officer @AnnieKSmith1 Download Annie's biography and picture here. Natalie Grubb, Human Rights Officer Download Natalie's biography and picture here. Florence Powell, Human Rights Officer Download Florence's biography and picture here. Lauren Stewart, Human Rights Officer Download Lauren's biography and picture here. Katie Pealing, Assistant Human Rights Officer Download Katie's biography and picture here. Helen Walden, Research & Communications Associate Download Helen's biography and picture here. Meet our Lived Experience Expert Consultants: Our Lived Experience Experts primarily work with BIHR on our Human Rights in Children's Inpatient Mental Health Services project. You can read more about the project, including opportunities to get involved and access project support, including training, here. Meet our current Experts (not videos), below: Charli is an autistic and neuro-divergent person who was admitted to Inpatient CAMHS (Children's Mental Health Services) when she was 15. You can read Charli's blog for BIHR on why our Human Rights Act matters to her, as an ex-inpatient on a children's mental health ward, here. Hanna, in her own words: "I'm a neuroscience and psychology student from London. I've also been figure skating for some time and find this tremendously beneficial for both my physical and mental health. Over the past 6 years I've had a lot of experience with both CAMHS and adult mental health services as both an inpatient and in the community. I'm really excited to join BIHR and work on this amazing project!" Kirsten is a single parent of an autistic son who, from the ages of 14-18, was held in mental health hospitals and subjected to restrictive practices, including mechanical restraint and long periods in seclusion. Kirsten has secured his discharge, with a bespoke package of care and he now lives happily and independently and is attending college. BIHR's Previous Internship Scheme: Up until summer 2021, BIHR taught at QMUL School of Law. We ran a paid summer internship scheme for students, awarded through a competitive application process. You can read more about our Intern Alumni here.