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Marketing and Development

Please find below all members of the Living Well Marketing and Development Team.

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Harvinder Sohal
Marketing & Member Lead

Harvinder Sohal is the Marketing and Member Lead for Living Well consortium.

Harvinder has extensive experience in sales, marketing, and project management, working across several sectors.

Harvinder is a creative individual, able to identify new business opportunities and always keen to forge strong partnership in the sector through her passionate attitude.

Currently Harvinder is managing the marketing and partnership function for IAPT and Forward-Thinking Birmingham, including Long Term Conditions, whilst developing the Living Well Consortium network and membership platform.

Harvinder once told me: "My favourite season is winter, as coffee tastes amazing in the chilled and frosty mornings. Christmas & New Year parties are the perfect time to spend with family and friends. And when snow falls it turns the day into a magical winter wonderland!"

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Claire Allerdissen

Claire Allerdissen
Digital Media Officer

Claire has extensive experience in Conflict Resolution, Non-Violent Communication, and Fine Arts, having worked in different countries throughout Europe, Asia, and Latin America.

Claire moved to the UK in 2020 as an artist and has joined Living Well in 2022 to assist in their mission towards a healthier and happier Birmingham. She is passionate about Mental Health, Peace, and Animals. Especially Dogs and Fish.

If Claire could be a Superhero, she would be Water Woman, floating with the fish through the ocean.

Claire Allerdissen
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Evan Grant
Voluntary, Community, Faith & Social Enterprise (VCFSE) Partnership Lead

Evan is Voluntary, Community, Faith & Social Enterprise (VCFSE) Partnership Lead working across Birmingham and Solihull (BSoL) to consolidate, champion and strengthen the influence of the VCFSE sector. Evan is employed by LWC in a role that covers both LWC Members and all other third sector mental health/wellbeing providers in BSoL.

In early 2021 Evan retired from IBM after a 35-year career in sales, marketing, operations and programme management. Evan is Co-founder and Chair of Cameron Grant Memorial Trust, a mental health awareness and suicide prevention charity established in memory of his son Cameron who took his own life at the age of 21.

An enthusiastic walker, Evan can often be seen around the West Midlands in the company of his 2 daft lurchers. Evan cycles for fun and is a fan of Scottish sport (quite hard) and English beer (much easier). Challenges in recent years - both personal and for fundraising - have included trekking to Mount Kilimanjaro and Everest Base Camp, cycling Coast to Coast, walking Hadrian’s Wall and walking 100km continuous Ultra Challenges in the Peak District (2021) and in Nidderdale (2022).

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