Who's who

 

Disability and Wellbeing

TBC  - DWS Manager 

 
Disability and Wellbeing

Ade Alao - Mental Health Adviser

 
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Piyara Begum - DWS Administrator

 

 

 

 
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Sebastian Boo - Adviser to Neurodiverse Students

I initially studied medicine and have a degree in medical science and management. A career change led me to gain qualifications as a dyslexia tutor and assessor. In addition to my one-to-one work with students, I’m a visiting lecturer in dyslexia and deliver academic development lectures at another university. I am passionate about what I do. It is hugely rewarding to witness students make use of new skills and strategies to achieve greater success.

 
Disability and Wellbeing

Stef Hackney - Senior Mental Health Adviser

I trained as a Mental Health Nurse over 20 years ago and have worked in various inpatient and community services in East and South London. 

Prior to starting at LSE I was working with people experiencing both severe and enduring mental health conditions and problematic drug and/or alcohol use. I’m very interested in how we try and maintain our mental health whilst studying and/or working here at LSE.

 
Disability and Wellbeing

Rebekah Griffiths - Mental Health Adviser

 
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Cheryl Measures - DWS Admin Co-ordinator

 
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Sally Reynolds  - Disability Adviser 

 

 

 
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Manjinder Sidhu  - Disability Adviser

 
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Adam Sandelson - Head of Student Wellbeing

As Head of Student Wellbeing I am working to develop the key services of counselling, disability and wellbeing for students. I have overall management responsibility for the Student Wellbeing Service, and work witwhere we are creating a single accessible Student Wellbeing Service. I have a strong commitment to disability, and take seriously the need to engage in the wider institutional structure; I wish to improve the experience of disabled students through every part of their journey at LSE.             

I have always been passionate about equality and now spend much of my time working with staff to develop services and improve practice. As an example, I am proud of the work that has been done by many talented colleagues within the Equality and Diversity series of events for staff over many years,where we hosted a large number of innovative sessions covering many aspects of disability.             

I’ve been at LSE for some 15 years now, and have a good understanding of how the institution works and how to get things done. I’m always interested in innovative ideas and ways in which the School can improve, and welcome feedback and recommendations from students, whatever your views. 

 
Disability and Wellbeing

Eric Sigmundsson - DWS Administrator

 
Disability and Wellbeing

Jules Dracott - Disability Adviser 

 
Disability and Wellbeing

Larry Trippel - Community Service Volunteer

 
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