The ASN Executive
Rachel Allan works in Learning & Development and has a background in training people in both private and not-for-profit organisations. She has experience of charity boards having served as Chair and Trustee of Headway South West London for several years. She has an interest in reproductive rights and has also been on the Board of sexual health charity Brook.
Jema Davis (Secretary) spent several years working with student unions before moving into work in international development. She has been a long-time admirer of ASN, a host since 2011, and is happy to be able to put her previous experience dealing with the requirements of the Charity Commission and excellent organisational skills to good use as Secretary for ASN.
Aroon Dougan has worked in fundraising and marketing for a range of non-profit organisations over the past 12 years. She has vast experience, both at a hands-on level, leading on fundraising campaigns across a range of channels and audiences, and at a strategic level. She is currently Chief Operating Officer for THINK Digital.
Caroline Kelly is a Dubliner living in London and working as a lawyer. She sees reproductive rights as a fundamental part of a wider rights spectrum, key to women’s freedom and prosperity. ASN happily benefits from her forensic attention to detail, project management and analytic skills.
Andrew Moffatt was born and raised in Northern Ireland and hopes his experience across a wide range of health and social care charities will be of use to ASN. He has been working in fundraising and communications in the charity sector for over 25 years and is currently also a trustee of a gay men’s health organisation.
Leni Morris is an Events Manager working within fundraising for Human Rights organisations. A passionate supporter of reproductive rights, she brings her decade of volunteer management experience, as well as skills in event and project management, to support and encourage the growth of ASN’s resources.
Kat Stark (Chair) is a CEO in a students’ union and has 10 years’ experience in senior leadership roles in charities. She has led high profile campaigns to defend and extend reproductive rights and gender equality more widely.
Mara Clarke founded Abortion Support Network between freelance jobs and raising her daughter. Until the amazing groups campaigning for abortion law reform make ASN obsolete, she’ll continue to work towards a world where “I can’t afford to have an abortion” isn’t the only reason someone becomes a parent.