The Clare Project’s new TNBI & QTIBIPoC Engagement Worker

Graham Robson January 6, 2021

Trans social and support group The Clare Project (TCP) announces new TNBI & QTIBIPoC Engagement Worker, Josetta, will now be working part-time three days a week. Josetta will be taking on the role that covers NHS Inclusion Engagement across Brighton and Hastings, working alongside partners from QTIPoC Narratives Collective and Hastings & Rother Rainbow Alliance.
Josetta (they/them/theirs) said: “I love and respects the work and diversity of TCP and so was very excited to join such a fantastic grassroots TNBI charity.

“Doing research and consultation work with my TNBI and QTIBIPoC communities is a dream job, and I will be working hard to improve access to health care and wellbeing.

“It is great to work somewhere that I can be all of myself in as a TNBI, queer, black, older, disabled, autistic person amongst other things! I have also managed my own mental health conditions and worked in and studied mental health for decades, with a particular interest in race and autism as well as all things intersectional.

I have spent many years working in mental health and homeless LGBTQ+ charities. I teach yoga, wellbeing and mindfulness to specialist groups such as mental health services users and of course my TNBI communities. More recently, I started delivering LGBTQ+ inclusion training too.

“I am a proud vegan of 30 years and have worked on social justice issues since rocking up to Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp back in the 1980s. I am also a child of the Windrush, my claim to fame being that my dad was on the maiden voyage of the Windrush and can be seen on old BBC newsreel!

“I love yoga, mindfulness, walking, reading, sunshine, peace and my little tortoise companion, Floyd.”


To get in touch with Josetta, CLICK HERE.

For more info on The Clare Project, CLICK HERE