Who’s Who at No Panic

Management Committee

Keith Stenninglynne_201506101448_0001Keith Stenning (left) is the chairperson of No Panic. Who deals with some of the day to day running and all complaints. He also takes an active role in training volunteers for the helpline and support service provision.

Lynne Frederick (right) is the vice-chairperson of No Panic. She looks after the publicity and content creation for the website. She is also one of the trainers for the volunteers and provides some of our support services.

Chris ScottWendyChris Scott (left) is No Panic’s Helpline Recruitment Officer and Honourable Secretary. She also interviews all prospective volunteers.

Wendy Evans (right) is one of No Panic’s support service providers.


Sarah FloydSarah Floyd (right) is No Panic’s Social Media Co-ordinator. Her duties include looking after the Peer Support Facebook Group and keeping our Twitter up to date.



Wayne Senior is a trustee of No Panic. He was welcomed on to the committee in late 2016 and is now an enthusiastic member of our management team.



The Office Staff

Michelle D’Ambrosio (left) is No Panic’s Office Manager. She runs all of the day to day operations of the charity and its office. She has a special emphasis on the volunteers and the fundraising.

Mark Rees (right) is No Panic’s Ambassador & Website Coordinator. He helps to organise the support services and coordinate the website. He also performs an ambassadorial role for No Panic at all kinds of events and holds training courses for various organisations and schools. He also used to have a bad stammer that is now increasingly better in part due to his work and the help of No Panic.

Nicki BrownNicky Brown (lower Left) is No Panic’s Membership Secretary. She organises all support services and supports the membership with all administrative matters. She also deals with helpline recruitment and helpline support groups.

2 Responses to “Who’s Who at No Panic”

  1. As a new member, I feel I must comment on how well the site has been organised. As a older person, with little computer knowledge, I have been able to find my way around the site with ease. Also, I must say how grateful I feel that the site exists anyway, as a sufferer of panic for so many years now, with many holidays either spoilt or cancelled at the very last moment, but with a very understanding better half, I now feel that help could be to hand, although my wife is not making any plans just yet. Thank you.

  2. Many thanks to the team and the others who volunteer for the helplines too. Lots of times I have found the Coffee Afternoons gave me a nice link to the outside world on a rainy day when I would have otherwise just sat at home and been a bit isolated.

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