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Our management team

Martin Hunt

Chief Executive

Martin has worked with dozens of charities to help them succeed and this will be his fifth appointment as a Chief Executive. He brings with him significant experience of working collaboratively across sectors in order to maximise reach and impact. Having recently had a close family member affected by cervical cancer he also has personal passion to help Jo’s achieve our mission of eliminating the disease. 

Julie Bradley

Head of Finance and Corporate Services

Julie joined Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust in February 2015 as the Executive Assistant to the CEO. In 2018 she became Head of Finance and Corporate Services and has been responsible for growing her team.  Julie has over 31 years’ experience working in an administrative environment covering Finance, IT, HR and premises management. She started her accountancy career in 1999 working in the Tax Department of a Chartered Accountants in the West End of London where she worked for 14 years before joining Mencap in 2012 as part of the Business Development Team. Julie is always looking for ways to improve and streamline procedures within the charity, and is currently undertaking CIMA training.

Bridget Little

Head of Support Services

Bridget is a Social Worker with over twenty years experience working in the mental health, refugee, and modern slavery sectors. She joined Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust in March 2022. She oversees the Support Services team which provides support and information about HPV, cell changes, and cervical cancer via the Helpline and online services. She is committed to understanding the experience of women and other people with a cervix and helping to reduce the barriers they may face in accessing screening and treatment.  

Malcolm Tyndall

Director of Income

Malcolm began his career in politics as the youngest ever party agent - a multi purpose role involving raising funds, running elections and dealing with the media and party membership. After 10 years he moved into the charity sector where he has worked as a Director for a varied range of organisations including the Boys Clubs, Motor Neurone Disease Association, the Dimbleby family and more recently Whizz Kidz. In the past few years he has acted as a consultant and interim delivering sustainable results ranging from income generation to organisational change. He is well known for his ability to win major 7 & 8 figure bids from individuals and organisations including The Millennium Commission, Edinburgh City Council and PPL's Dream Fund.

Away from work he is an avid traveller, cider & craft beer drinker although his main love is his dog, Roxy, with whom he is often to be found on long romps around the Lea Valley in North London.