Robin Gorna didn’t know she was only in the 5th year of women when she matriculated in 1984 to read Theology at St John’s. She enjoyed studying feminist theology and running St John’s Mummers, as well as being in the group that won drama cuppers. When Jonathan Prestwich (fellow Cuppers winner) died in a car crash in 1986, she volunteered with the Terrence Higgins Trust, the start of her career in the global AIDS response. She wrote one of the earliest books on Women, Vamps, Virgins & Victims: how can women fight AIDS? and has worked in the UK, South Africa, Australia & globally on AIDS, social justice and women’s rights. In 2017 she co-founded and led the global political movement SheDecides. She is the Head of Diversity and Inclusion at Brighton College, Human Rights and Gender Equality Focal Point for the Global Fund Technical Review Panel and Founding Chair of the SJC Women’s Network.
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