Jennifer Randall is a medical anthropologist and a passionate, award-winning educator with nearly 20 years of teaching experience across three continents and has been involved with Support Don’t Punish since 2013.
Joe Kean is a Team Manager for CGL in Bradford, a charity that supports families and individuals affected by substance misuse. His previous role was as the regional Steroid Project Lead in the north east for Lifeline.
Naomi Burke-Shyne is the Deputy Director of Harm Reduction International (HRI), a leading research and advocacy organisation working to promote and expand support for harm reduction, evidence-based public health policies and practices, and human rights based approaches to drug policy.
Nanna W. Gotfredsen is the founder and director of Gadejuristen, The Danish Street Lawyers, providing outreach legal aid and harm reduction services for people who use drugs and advocating harm reduction and drug policy reform (heroin treatment, DCRs, NSPs, naloxone, decriminalization, legalization/regulation, drug testing, ‘policing the police’, constructive dialogue with police authorities regarding “do no harm” in law enforcement etc.).
In a career spanning three decades in the HIV/AIDS and gay men’s health fields, Patriic is an accomplished trainer, educator and outreach worker, and is published. He continues to innovate projects, health campaigns and services.
Craig Reinarman is Professor of Sociology and Legal Studies at the University of California, Santa Cruz. He has been a Visiting Scholar at the Center for Drug Research at the University of Amsterdam; Visiting Professor at Utrecht University; a Principal Investigator on research grants from the U.S. National Institute of Drug Abuse, and a consultant to the World Health Organization’s Programme on Substance Abuse.
Sue McCutcheon is an advanced nurse practitioner with the Homeless Primary Care Team in Birmingham. Her role is dedicated to the health of individuals with substance use issues and she has been in this post for the past 15 years, having worked within the field of substance use for 24 years.