Lizzie Jordan, Think2Speak’s CEO and Founder, was invited onto BBC One with Peter Levy - Look North. The segment discusses PrEP, medication taken to prevent HIV infectionRead More
Chairman of West Lindsey District Council, Councillor Angela Lawrence, said: “These awards have been devised to find a way to honour the outstanding members of our district’s communities. Councillors have shaped and created this awards ceremony to give recognition to the numerous people who give up much of their free time to make West Lindsey a better place. They are the lifeblood of our communities.” The District Champion of the Year Award was presented to Lizzie Jordan, Think2Speak’s CEO and Founder.
Presenting the award, Coun David Cotton said: “For more than ten years Lizzie has gone into schools and shared her story of living with HIV with children and young people to educate them about healthy relationships and keeping themselves well and safe.’Read More
The Think2Speak team invited to meet Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at event in Nottingham on World AIDS Day.Read More
Our Founder Lizzie Jordan features in the BBC One Truth About HIV documentary as she's interviewed by Doctor Chris Van Tulleken about life as a HIV positive woman and the work she does in schools now across the county educating young people about HIV and sexual health.Read More
Lizzie Jordan, Think2Speak's founder, shares the story of her child growing up following the death of her partner and how those experiences kickstarted her desire to make a difference, to launch Think2Speak!Read More
Lizzie Jordan, one of our co-founders, has returned from AIDS2016, the international AIDS conference held in Durban, South Africa.Read More
Lizzie Jordan, Think2Speak Co-Founder, has been interviewed by The Guardian as part of their Women in Leadership series.Read More
We are delighted to be able to share the news that Lizzie Jordan, one of our CoFounder's, has been recognised as one of the '16 HIV advocates to watch in 2016' on the annual global list.
Longtime activist and award-winning blogger Mark S. King has released his annual “HIV Advocates to Watch” list for 2016. The blogger behind MyFabulousDisease.com has put out the popular annual list again this year, this time featuring a mix of well known and undiscovered activists of all ages and around the globe.