Catherine Hodgson is Operations Director for FibroAction, responsible for much of the day-to-day running of the charity.
Catherine has experience across the private, voluntary and public sectors including roles with the NSPCC and in NHS management. She has previously served as a Trustee, a Company Secretary and is currently a school governor. She has three children and lives in West Sussex.
Lindsey Middlemiss is FibroAction's founder & chair of the Board of Trustees/Directors of FibroAction.
Lindsey has had Fibromyalgia Syndrome (Fibro) since 2002 and struggled with the condition for some years before accessing effective treatments and getting her Fibro under control. Lindsey set up FibroAction after experiencing first-hand how detrimental a lack of up-to-date, evidence based information can be.
Formerly a support group leader in West Berkshire, Lindsey worked to raise awareness locally and campaigned the NHS for better provision of services for Fibro sufferers. Lindsey was also the author of a blog 'Living With Fibromyalgia' and moderated on online communities related to Fibro for a number of years, first on Help For IBS and then on ButYouDontLookSick.com.
In her role as FibroAction chair, Lindsey has spoken at medical conferences and support group meetings and has been featured in or contributed to national and local newspaper articles, magazine articles and national and local radio. Lindsey is available for media or speaking engagements that help raise awareness of Fibro.
Simon set up the FibroAction website and has been involved with FibroAction events since its inception.
Sue Quarrie is one of FibroAction's founding Trustees. She has helped raise awareness on a local scale in the past and now brings her knowledge and skills as a solicitor to FibroAction.