Staff and Contact Information

Secretariat Staff

Judy Chang, Executive Director
Judy has worked in the HIV and community health and development field for eight years, across areas of programme management, resource mobilisation, and communications. She has been increasingly involved in harm reduction, community mobilisation and drug policy work, particularly in regards to women who use drugs. She has worked across India, China, and Thailand. She holds a Master’s in International Development and is an MPhil Candidate at the National Drug Research Institute, Australia.

Tina Chkhaidze, Finance Officer
Tina started working with INPUD as our Finance Officer in April 2018. Previously, she has worked in the British Citizens Advice Bureau in their Accounts Department. Tina holds an MSc in Finance from the University of Greenwich, and has also taken professional courses in  ACCA.

Mauro Guarinieri, RCF Consortium Coordinator
Mauro has been involved with INPUD since the very beginning, and was one of the authors of INPUD’s founding document, the Vancouver declaration. Mauro has been involved in the AIDS movement since the late 1990s, focussing on injecting drug use, harm reduction, access to the highest standard of care for active drug users, and the end of prohibition. Mauro was the first person openly living with HIV to address the CND plenary, and has been a member of the UN expert committee on HIV and drug use (the last denomination being Strategic Advisory Group or ‘SAG’) between 2005 and 2018. Mauro works with the INPUD Secretariat as the Coordinator for INPUD’s current Robert Carr Fund for civil society networks (RCF) grant.

Jay Levy, Deputy Director
Jay began working at the INPUD Secretariat in 2014 as INPUD's Policy and Advocacy Officer, and has written advocacy publications for INPUD since 2013. He has previously worked with the African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF), as a consultant for the Global Network of Sex Work Projects (NSWP), and as a supervisor for undergraduates at the University of Cambridge. His writing, advocacy, fieldwork and research, and teaching have focussed on HIV/AIDS, STI, and blood-borne infection policy and law, the outcomes of sex work and drug use legislation, feminist, gender and queer theory, and harm reduction. Jay holds a PhD (focussing Sweden’s sex work and drug use legislation), an MPhil (in Geographical Research), and a BA, from the University of Cambridge.

Hannah Shephard-Lewis, Monitoring and Evaluation Officer
Hannah has studied, researched, and worked in areas of gender equality, HIV/AIDS, social exclusion, and criminal justice. Her work, research, and activism have focussed on how gender inequality impacts incidence of HIV amongst marginalised communities. Hannah has also worked in areas of harm reduction and service provision for sex workers. She is especially concerned with the negative impacts of criminalisation, social exclusion, and stigma on health and wellbeing. Hannah holds a BA from the University of Sussex and an MSc from London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

Valentin Simionov, Programmes Coordinator

Valentin is a social worker by education and a drug policy reform activist by nature. He started working in the harm reduction field in 2004, with the Romanian Association against AIDS and from 2007 until 2015 he coordinated the Romanian Harm Reduction Network. He was the Romanian Country Coordination Committee Secretary from 2013 to 2015. Valentin is a board member of the International Drug Policy Consortium.

Terry White, Office Manager
Terry started working with INPUD in 2014, and has a long history of community mobilisation and organisational development. In 1993, he co-founded the UK Coalition of People Living with HIV and AIDS and in 1995 launched Positive Nation, a magazine aimed at people living with the HIV. In the early 2000s, Terry worked with the All-Ukrainian Network PLWHIV, the Russian Association of PLWHIV and Tochka Opory, an all-Ukrainian MSM organisation. On leaving Ukraine in 2013, he provided consultancy for the foundation on the Middle East and North African Community Advisory Board, and the M-Coalition, an MSM coalition based in Beirut. Terry holds an MSc in Organisational Management from the University of Bristol.

Contact Information

Please feel free to contact us should you have any queries about INPUD.

+44 (0)2071128781

INPUD Secretariat
Unit 2C05, South Bank Technopark,
90 London Road,
SE1 6LN,
United Kingdom