Meet The Team
Holly has been a nurse in Intensive care Jersey for over 8 years. Holly set up the Intensive care follow-up clinic in 2016 – a clinic dedicated to helping patients who have survived a critical illness.
Holly has recently had a baby and in between spending time with her family and getting back into running, she helps to run the local support groups.
Alun is a Consultant in Critical Care Medicine and Anaesthesia in Jersey General Hospital. He is the lead consultant for the intensive care unit and the critical care follow up clinic.
In his spare time Alun can often be seen on the beach having fun with his family or Kitesurfing on one of Jersey’s beaches.
The man who manages our finances, meet Damian
Damian is a Certified Accountant, FCCA trained in Sheffield with local independent accounting firms, he came to Jersey 20 years ago. Damian's wife, Jacqui was taken ill suddenly & spent time in ICU so Damian's natural progression was to offer up his experience in corporate and fund accounting to assist the charity.
Danielle is a Senior Staff Nurse in the Intensive Care Unit in Jersey. Prior to moving to the Island with her family, Danielle worked in the ICU of Manchester Royal Infirmary and has seen first-hand how charities like the JCCS can benefit patients after a traumatic hospital stay.
Danielle has over 15 years volunteer and charity trustee experience working with The Scout Association as a Section Leader. Whilst with the Scouts, she has held several volunteer management and trustee roles, including responsibility for media and fundraising.
Louise is a local Dentist and mum to Amelia. She works with the Jersey Critical Care Survivors Charity as a Trustee and a support group ambassador where she helps post-intensive care patients through shared experience. In 2018 Louise found herself in need of emergency medical treatment after the delivery of her daughter due to a rare condition and received a full liver transplant.
Now, with a new liver and vigour for life, Louise is an active ambassador of the JCCS and helps others in need of advice on the long road to recovery.
Jacqui is a mother of two grown-up children and is a Finance Manager for a busy family-run interior design business. In 2017, an unexpected illness left the emergency services talking her daughter through how to keep her stable in the front of her car until an ambulance could get to the scene. The illness has left her with some anxiety & health issues but, she's alive and very grateful for every day.
Jacqui is now an advocate for the JCCS and helps to raise awareness for the charity. She loves to walk and actively fundraises through everts and other activities.