Introducing one of our Peer Education Coordinators

What does the role of Peer Education Coordinator involve?


The role of Region 4 (Peer Education) Coordinator mainly involves supporting all of our county peer education coordinators alongside keeping us in touch with headquarters. I also get to arrange trainings for new Peer Educators and topic trainings for our existing Peer Educators. I am hoping to continue and grow the great work of Peer Education in our Region - we are near the top nationally, and also raise the awareness of what our Peer Educators can provide for units!



What other roles do you have in guiding? 

I’m an assistant leader with a Brownie unit in Sidcup, where I’m studying, and when I’m at home I try to attend the Guide unit where I am also an assistant leader. I am also a member of my county’s media team.

What relevant previous experiences have you had which led you to this Region role ?

I have been a Peer Educator myself for a few years now, and have been coordinating Peer Education within my county for most of that time.

What is your favourite thing you have done, or your greatest achievement, as a member of Girlguiding? 


One of my favourite things I have done within Girlguiding is represent Midlands region at the World Scout Jamboree in 2015, where I got to travel to Japan and meet lots of amazing people from all over the world! My greatest achievement has got to be my gaining my Queen’s Guide Award, which I finished in July 2018.


What do you enjoy outside guiding? 


Outside of guiding I am studying Stage Management at Rose Bruford College, so love to fit in going to the theatre as much as I can.

What is your favourite biscuit and why?    


My favourite biscuit has to be a Lotus Biscoff - they’re highly under appreciated! 

What 3 words would you use to describe yourself?  


Adventurous, creative, caring.