Haemochromatosis UK, a charity that has grown significantly over the last four years, has appointed a new Communications Officer.
Tamana Kaur Gulati (Tam), who is a recent English Literature graduate from The University of Warwick and has worked for the past four years in Educational Outreach, joins the charity which supports people affected by iron overload and increasingly provides healthcare professionals with information and materials.
David Head, Chief Executive, said “Communication is at the heart of nearly everything that we do, from simple things like publicity posters through to comprehensive reports, an extensive online presence, magazines and educational materials. Appointing a Communications Officer is a natural and much needed step for us.”
Tamana joins the organisation through a graduate scheme called CharityWorks. Tamana said, “when I was first approached about working with Haemochromatosis UK, I looked at the aims of the charity, and I couldn’t wait to be part of such an important, growing and impactful organisation”.
“It’s an exciting time to be joining the team at Haemochromatosis UK, as the charity is embarking on new projects such as the Genetic Haemochromatosis Education Programme (GHEP) which has been made possible with the funds raised by The Iron Games.”