Having carried out an internship with AVUK over the summer of 2016, Alex has since graduated from the University of Sussex, worked in communications for a national disabilities charity, and re-joined the organisation on a permanent basis.

During his first two years back with AVUK Alex also studied for a Masters degree at University College London, and has since progressed to the rank of Officer.

Alex works full-time and is responsible for various aspects of AVUK’s communications including producing digital content and printed material, internal communications, and data analysis. Alex also manages many of AVUK’s events for various stakeholders, including Power of Speech, held biannually at the House of Commons.

In addition, Alex is AVUK’s Diversity and Inclusion Champion. In this role he leads on events for staff to come together to discuss a range of issues, and most recently contributed to a Best Practice Language Guide to help all staff in achieving AVUK’s ideals of Diversity and Inclusion.

Most recently, Alex has began co-management of Auditory Verbal UK's partnership with Atticus Communications, with the aim of influencing public policy in line with AVUK's mission and values. 

Alex works full-time between 9am-5pm.

Email: [email protected] 

Pronouns: He/his