Posts tagged Lizzie Jordan
Period Conversation Starter Resource Launched

Social enterprise Think2Speak have received £10,000 from the Tampon Tax Community Fund and Lincolnshire Community Foundation to support the creation of resources to aid often difficult conversations around periods. The first resource in the series is for carers of children and young people in care.

Lizzie Jordan, Founder of Think2Speak, said: “Talking about periods can present a challenge for young people, and with some children starting their periods as early as age 8, access to information and support can make a huge difference. We look forward to using this money to create and distribute resources that can have a big impact on people’s lives.”

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Distinguished Life Fellow accolade for Lizzie Jordan, Think2Speak Founder

Lizzie Jordan, Think2Speak’s Founder and CEO was recognised as a Distinguished Life Fellow in ‘recognition of her outstanding service to the University and to public life’ by Bishop Grosseteste University.

Lizzie was accepted into the ranks of Distinguished University Life Fellows by University Chancellor, Dame Judith Mayhew Jonas at the prestigious ceremony in Lincoln Cathedral on Wednesday 24th July. Lizzie was then presented with a framed certificate and gift at the Conferment Dinner held in the beautifully redeveloped Constance Stewart Hall at Bishop Groseteste University in Lincoln.

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Think2Speak - Double Finalists for first ever East Midlands Charity Awards

The work of Think2Speak’s services across Lincolnshire and South Yorkshire has been recognised in the new awards, with T2S shortlisted for the category of 'East Midlands Small Charity Big Impact. Our CEO and Founder, Lizzie Jordan, has also been shortlisted as ‘Charity Director of the year’.

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Think2Speak CEO named District Champion of The Year

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.’

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Inaugural #T2SLive conference attracts 200+ delegates

Lincoln based social enterprise, Think2Speak hosted their inaugural conference Thurs 13th Oct in partnership with Bishop Grosseteste University, Streets Chartered Accountants and Wilkin Chapman LLP. Schools, colleges, univererties, charities, support organisations, councils and professionals came together to discuss the impact of investing in emotional wellbeing of young people.

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Global recognition for Think2Speak Founder

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.

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