Meet our team
Founder & Coach
Steph is an ICF trained coach, NLP Practitioner and Mental Health First Aider. She facilitates our support groups and coaching programmes.
After completing chemotherapy for Hodgkins Lymphoma, Steph realised that the world was a very different colour post cancer. Cancer shaped her life so she created this space to support others in shaping theirs.
Bee is a trained coach and an Antenatal Screening Coordinator. She facilitates our peer support group and coaching programme.
Bee's relationship with cancer started just after her 40th birthday. During her recovery, life coaching helped her to work through issues and understand how she could use her own journey to help others. Bee enjoys holding a supportive space for those that have had cancer, allowing them to move forward, build new friendships and 'to just be you'.
Juliet is one of our community champions training as a Life after Cancer coach to deliver peer-support groups and coaching programmes.
Juliet runs a business, is a practising artist and enjoys helping people unlock their creative potential through coaching. Her creative work helped her get through treatment for Hodgkins Lymphoma.
Sherine is one of our community champions training as a Life After Cancer coach to deliver peer-support groups and coaching programmes.
Sherine works as a news producer, loves books and poetry and is a very keen photographer. Sherine also enjoys hiking and has recently taken up running (slowly). She was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2017.
Marketing & content creator
Kirsty experienced cancer first-hand in 2019 when she was diagnosed with cervical cancer.
After her treatment she found settling back into life a struggle, this was until she had help from the Life After Cancer programme. It gave her the confidence to move forward with her life and she knew she needed to give something back to the amazing community that helped her so much. She now works part time for Life after Cancer working on social media, marketing, fundraising and the website.
Walking group leader
As a Business Analyst by day and a counsellor in training by night, Georgina fills any gaps in between being mum to a very lively boy.
Having been through breast cancer and the associated struggles in the aftermath, she ultimately found that positive human connections and nature walks were the best remedies for her.
Georgina is a big advocate for the mental health benefits of talking, walking and being out in nature.