Meet the team

Your Maggie’s Centre is staffed by friendly professionals who can help you find the support you need. Their expertise is freely available to you in one-to-one sessions, workshops or supportive groups. 

Read more about our team below – and find out who they are and how they can help. 

  • Michael Harrison

    Michael Harrison

    Centre Head
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  • Hannah Bosley

    Hannah Bosley

    Centre Fundraising Manager
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  • Monique Proudlove

    Monique Proudlove

    Counselling Psychologist in Training
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Michael Harrison

Centre Head

My role as Centre Head is to make sure the team working with me are supported and able to provide the required social, psychological and/or financial support to of our Centre visitors.

My role will also enable me to offer this support to visitors, as well as being responsible for the day to day functioning of the centre, ensuring it is a welcoming, friendly and aesthetically pleasing environment for everyone who comes through the door.

The best thing about my job is that it allows me to use my experience as a cancer nurse to support visitors and give them time to talk, and offer them support. I also feel proud to be the manager of this fantastic building that makes people feel they have a safe space where they can talk openly about themselves and their concerns.

I was inspired to work at Maggie’s as the ethos of Maggie’s is to help people become self-empowered at a time when their lives are often turned upside down. Maggie’s values visitors as individuals and supports their holistic needs.

Maggie’s is important as it complements the care people receive from their doctors and nurses, by valuing the importance of listening to people and helping them adjust to the situation they find themselves in.  

Hannah Bosley

Centre Fundraising Manager

My role at Maggie’s Barts is to raise funds through corporate partners and individual donors and fundraisers to help grow the sustainable income needed to keep our Centre's doors open every day.

There is so much to love about my job; it is exciting and motivating to be part of a charity that is changing the cancer environment and paving the way for cancer care in the UK and beyond. The Centre is such an inspiring place to work because I work with an incredible team who are supporting people with cancer and their families and friends through what can be a very difficult time. I meet and work with some truly inspirational people who choose to support Maggie’s though volunteering and fundraising and I love seeing what an impact we all can have - it keeps me motivated everyday.

As so many of us know, cancer can turn you and your family's lives upside down and there is often a time between diagnoses and treatment where people feel lost and alone. Maggie’s is there to provide free emotional, social and practical support to people with cancer and their families and friends. Above all, Maggie’s offers something that wouldn’t otherwise be accessible: free, professional support that can be accessed without an appointment in an uplifting and beautiful environment where visitors can meet others on a similar journey and recognise that they are not alone.

Monique Proudlove

Counselling Psychologist in Training

My job title is Counselling Psychologist in Training (I'll soon be a Counselling Psychologist) and I joined Maggie's 10 years ago.

I provide time for people who come to the Centre to talk about their experience of cancer. I'll help them look at ways they might face any difficulties and find pleasure in life.

The best thing about the job is supporting people at a time in their lives when they are experiencing cancer, either themselves or through someone they know, which is hugely rewarding. Being able to do this at Maggie's is a blessing, in that I am able to work alongside others that can also support the people I see. This provides a strong base for whoever comes to see us and together we can help people keep as well as is possible.

I was inspired to work at Maggie's after I visited a Centre with a friend years ago. Straight away, I was able to understand what it could offer people and I wanted to be part of that.

Maggie's is an incredible charity for lots of reasons. I would say it has a clear vision of how someone with an experience of cancer can be helped, and works hard to be able to provide this. It is a place that you can walk into and be greeted with both care and expertise.

Michael Harrison

Michael Harrison

Centre Head
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My role as Centre Head is to make sure the team working with me are supported and able to provide the required social, psychological and/or financial support to of our Centre visitors.

My role will also enable me to offer this support to visitors, as well as being responsible for the day to day functioning of the centre, ensuring it is a welcoming, friendly and aesthetically pleasing environment for everyone who comes through the door.

The best thing about my job is that it allows me to use my experience as a cancer nurse to support visitors and give them time to talk, and offer them support. I also feel proud to be the manager of this fantastic building that makes people feel they have a safe space where they can talk openly about themselves and their concerns.

I was inspired to work at Maggie’s as the ethos of Maggie’s is to help people become self-empowered at a time when their lives are often turned upside down. Maggie’s values visitors as individuals and supports their holistic needs.

Maggie’s is important as it complements the care people receive from their doctors and nurses, by valuing the importance of listening to people and helping them adjust to the situation they find themselves in.  

Hannah Bosley

Hannah Bosley

Centre Fundraising Manager
Accordian open icon Accordian closed icon

My role at Maggie’s Barts is to raise funds through corporate partners and individual donors and fundraisers to help grow the sustainable income needed to keep our Centre's doors open every day.

There is so much to love about my job; it is exciting and motivating to be part of a charity that is changing the cancer environment and paving the way for cancer care in the UK and beyond. The Centre is such an inspiring place to work because I work with an incredible team who are supporting people with cancer and their families and friends through what can be a very difficult time. I meet and work with some truly inspirational people who choose to support Maggie’s though volunteering and fundraising and I love seeing what an impact we all can have - it keeps me motivated everyday.

As so many of us know, cancer can turn you and your family's lives upside down and there is often a time between diagnoses and treatment where people feel lost and alone. Maggie’s is there to provide free emotional, social and practical support to people with cancer and their families and friends. Above all, Maggie’s offers something that wouldn’t otherwise be accessible: free, professional support that can be accessed without an appointment in an uplifting and beautiful environment where visitors can meet others on a similar journey and recognise that they are not alone.

Monique Proudlove

Monique Proudlove

Counselling Psychologist in Training
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My job title is Counselling Psychologist in Training (I'll soon be a Counselling Psychologist) and I joined Maggie's 10 years ago.

I provide time for people who come to the Centre to talk about their experience of cancer. I'll help them look at ways they might face any difficulties and find pleasure in life.

The best thing about the job is supporting people at a time in their lives when they are experiencing cancer, either themselves or through someone they know, which is hugely rewarding. Being able to do this at Maggie's is a blessing, in that I am able to work alongside others that can also support the people I see. This provides a strong base for whoever comes to see us and together we can help people keep as well as is possible.

I was inspired to work at Maggie's after I visited a Centre with a friend years ago. Straight away, I was able to understand what it could offer people and I wanted to be part of that.

Maggie's is an incredible charity for lots of reasons. I would say it has a clear vision of how someone with an experience of cancer can be helped, and works hard to be able to provide this. It is a place that you can walk into and be greeted with both care and expertise.