Publish Date: 12/03/2013
Stacey brings a wealth of experience to her new role, having previously managed young people’s services, including sexual health clinics. Stacey was responsible for the chlamydia screening programme for under-25s in Salford, the only ward in the North West to achieve the national target for screening in 2009/10.
She has also managed a Health Improvement Team in Salford and she works part-time for Salford Young Carers Project, working with young people on a one-to-one basis and in group settings.
The LGF provides Stacey with a new challenge and the opportunity to broaden her experience in sexual health projects and their delivery.
Her priorities in coming months will be to get to grips with existing services and to implement a plan of action to deliver a wide variety of projects and initiatives.
Stacey is an avid reader and she loves her Kindle, and she is also a keen writer of short stories. She loves to travel and likes to learn new languages. Stacey often takes part in charity runs – this year, she has two charity runs planned and is currently training for them. In May she tackles a 10K challenge for the Great Manchester Run.
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