Log in

Don't have an account? Register here

Forgotten password?

Meet the Team

Andrew Proctor - Chief Executive

Andrew joined National Eczema Society as Chief Executive in March 2018. He was worked in the voluntary sector for over 15 years, including spells with Asthma UK, Alzheimer’s Society and Action Medical Research. He believes passionately in people having the right information and advice to make informed choices about their health, and in supporting people to self-manage their health conditions effectively. Andrew has a particular interest in digital, which he sees as playing an increasingly important role in healthcare and in helping National Eczema Society reach more people affected by eczema. He is inspired by the Society’s many members, donors, partners and other stakeholders who work so hard to improve the quality of life for people with eczema.

Andrew started his career in commercial publishing, editing a number of trade and consumer titles both in the UK and Hong Kong. He then moved into communications and marketing roles at the University of Sussex, where as Director of External Relations he worked on a range of transformational initiatives. These included a revision of the undergraduate curriculum and establishment of the Brighton and Sussex Medical School. When not working, Andrew keeps busy with family and friends, and he is Trustee of a small educational charity that works to improve education in Malawi, East Africa.

You can email Andrew at: aproctor@eczema.org

Alice Lambert - Head of Services

Alice joined National Eczema Society in June 2017. She manages the charity’s Helpline service and social media presence, writes for Exchange, responds to consultations and updates publications and the website. Before joining National Eczema Society, Alice worked as Senior Policy Adviser at the British Dental Association. She has also worked for the MS Society and the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, where she helped doctors who had trained overseas with their applications to get onto the specialist register, which would allow them to work as consultants in the UK. Alice is keen to raise the public profile of eczema, and to make sure that everyone with eczema has access to empathetic, evidence-based information, support and advice.

You can email Alice at: alambert@eczema.org