© 2018 Stay Brave. We are a charity registered with Charity Commission (1176963), and a charitable company (no. 11034856) registered with Companies House, working in England and Wales.

Registered Address:  Stay Brave, 3rd Floor, 86-90 Paul Street, London EC2A 4NE

Meet The Team

Stay Brave is currently 100% volunteers. 

Our passionate team works in their spare time to campaign and help create a world where everyone feels they can ask for help. 

Alexander Morgan
Chief Executive & Founder

As a survivor himself, Alex saw from first-hand experience how damaging the stigma against male victims can be. His role is simple; to make our mission a reality. He keeps the team on track with our goals and reports our progress to our trustees and supporters. Out of the office, he has a passion for architecture and history – and can usually be found tackling a pub quiz.

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Our Team

Andrew Chalwell
Finance Manager

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Andrew's role is to make sure all our books are in order. He helps us budget for the future while also making sure we report our progress effectively to our Trustees and our supporters. Not all just numbers and spreadsheets!

Policy & Campaigns Manager

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This role makes sure the voices of survivors are heard. From lobbying MPs or designing awareness campaigns, they keep the needs of survivors high on the agenda and helps craft policy so no one is ever turned away.

Sophie Mills
Digital Engagement Manager

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It's Sophie's job to make sure we get our message out there. Whether that be through our site, online campaigns or through social media, she crafts our engagement plans with supporters and survivors in the best way possible.

Nick Lönnqvist
Digital Engagement Officer

    Nick hunts down and helps craft the stories of survivors we tell and gathers all the good work our volunteers are doing to share with you all. He also looks after all of our social media channels making sure our supporters are up to date.

    Keith Nunn
    IT & Data Manager

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    Keith looks after all things data at Stay Brave. He’s responsible for making sure that not only are we compliant in the way in which we process our data but that the way we reach out to our donors is relevant and appropriate on an individual level.  

    Aimee Darke
    Development Manager

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    Aimme's priority is to make sure Stay Brave has the resources it needs to accomplish its mission. She helps us plan events, research possible funding opportunities and helps us develop ambitious fundraising strategies.

    Rhys Purtill
    Operations Manager

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    It's Rhy's focus to make sure things run smoothly for us day-to-day for the volunteers and the organisation. He helps develop policy and build our services for all survivors while supporting our team with administration help. 

    Will King
    Research & Insight Officer

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    Will is our Research guy. He makes sure that we stay informed and on message - with the right data and research to back up our campaigns. He supports our Policy & Campaigns Manager and helps us craft our own surveys and research.

    Ways you can help...

    Nobody should face this alone.

    We need your help so we can make sure they get the help that they need.


    From a hosting a party, to running a half-marathon, to a bake sale, there are so many different ways you can make a difference.

    Media volunteers are extremely important to Stay Brave's work. Journalists from a huge variety of media contact our team and are frequently looking to interview survivors with particular experiences.


    Could you share your story to help others?

    We're not shy about saying we can't do this without you. Simply, it's supporters like you that enable us to reach out to more survivors who may feel they have no voice. 


    Whether it's something small or a monthly gift - it makes all the difference.