Lucy leads on mental health and wellbeing for UK Visas and Immigration – the largest directorate in the Home office with a workforce of 13,000 people. She received an award from the Home Secretary as the most influential person in 2018.
Moving to Brussels in 2008 Lucy worked for the European Commission on their gender equality programme and then in 2009 to Mental Health Europe where she managed a trans-European project on the mental health impacts of violence against women in the workplace.
She holds an IOSH qualification and is an associate MHFA instructor. Currently she is studying for a CIPD qualification in Learning and Development.
Lucy has always been interested in mental health, from her mother’s experience of Borderline Personality Disorder and her own experience with Bulimia Nervosa from the age of 12-24.
Awards recognising & championing Britain's workplace wellbeing heroes
These awards have been launched to recognise and champion the incredible steps taken by many employers, service providers and individuals in response to our global wellbeing crisis.
Launched in partnership by the founders of the Great British Entrepreneur Awards and industry experts and Great British Entrepreneur alumni brand Wellity Workplace Wellbeing, this programme shines a spotlight on those positively changing the lives of the Great British workforce. These awards have been launched to recognise and champion the incredible steps taken by many employers, service providers and individuals in response to our global wellbeing crisis.
This year's shortlist includes:
Workplace Wellbeing Matters