Jeremy was first introduced to the charity to join an expert advisory panel in 2012. Working on ‘Life in my Shoes’ and how best to create a positive impact with young people around HIV. Since then he has worked as a director of the International Youth Arts Festival, the UK’s biggest youth event, and worked with countless refugee and homeless young people creating joyful theatre and arts projects exploring big themes, personal issues and never losing slight of a sense of fun and community….. Other facts are; he is a banjo fanatic and plays western style banjos as well as African ‘gourd’ banjos. He is an amateur Mycologist (ie. he likes mushrooms – a lot), enjoys horticulture, being outside and walking the dog.