Meet the Consortium staff team

Paul Roberts OBE - Chief Executive Officer


T: 020 7064 6501

Paul is the Chief Executive for LGBT Consortium and has been with LGBT Consortium since 2011 and has worked in the LGBT voluntary sector for over 15 years. Paul leads on the strategic development of the organisation, ensuring that Member voices are heard across a wide range of platforms, including with Government bodies and other voluntary sector agencies. Paul also leads on fundraising for the organisation and developing Consortium as one of the leading infrastructure bodies in the voluntary sector.

In his spare time, Paul is known for constantly renovating houses and on the lookout for his next project to call home. He lives in Somerset with his partner Jack and two interesting(!) dogs.


Vicky Worthington - Membership & Engagement Manager


T: 020 7064 6505

Vicky joined the Consortium team in 2013 and leads on all of our membership and engagement work.  As well as developing the Consortium's membership packages, Vicky also specialises in creating and facilitating peer and sector networks and leads our learning programmes.

Vicky has a wealth of voluntary sector experience and has worked and volunteered in the LGBT sector for over 12 years. 

Vicky lives in Devon with her wife and their two rescue hound and spends most of her free time plodding around the courtyside calling for her dogs to come back. 


Philip Moir - Engagement & Information Officer


T: 020 7064 6502

Philip joined the team at the begining of 2015, filling the new role of Administration and Information Officer. Since then, Philip's role has developed to reflect the important work he has been involved in developing and supporting our ever increasing and diverse membership.

Philip, once a volunteer with LGBT Consortium, comes from an administrative background and has an excellent track record in developing and implementing new systems of working. He also has a wealth of knowledge and experience with setting up and running sucessful social media campaigns.

Philip is an active volunteer, and previous Trustee for Exeter Pride. In his spare time he is a keen runner and climber.

Philip will be your first point of call when you contact us.


Harri Weeks - Stakeholder Engagement Manager for the National LGB&T Partnership


T: 07557 344197

Harri is based within the Consortium staff team, but works for The National LGB&T Partnership as its Stakeholder Engagement Manager. You can find out more about The National LGB&T Partnership and the work they are involved with by clicking here.

Harri has worked in the equality and diversity sector, with a particular emphasis on LGBT and trans issues and higher education and health issues, for the last 10 years. In their spare time, Harri takes adult beginner ballet classes, and watches WFTDA roller derby.


Jess MacIntyre - National LGBT Anti-Bullying Project Coordinator


T: 020 7064 6508

Jess joined the team in November 2016 as our National LGBT Anti-Bullying Project Coordinator. She has worked in the voluntary sector for over 8 years, and has a strong background in LGBT and human rights activism. Jess previously worked with PACE and alongside her role with LGBT Consortium will continue her work with ReachOUT and her own consultancy OUT Training.

Jess lives in London with her partner, Siri, and son, Liam. In her spare time, she enjoys yoga, baking, and running with her two sausage dogs.


Shaan Surat Knan - Trans Organisations Network (TON) Worker 


T: 07799 904292

Shaan joined the team in June 2017 as our TON worker. Find out more about our networks and partnerships here.

He has been an LGBTQI campaigner with various international agencies for over a decade, with a particular emphasis on trans, non-binary and intersectional issues.  He is a member of the Stonewall Trans Advisory Group, and GIRES.  Shaan also works as LGBTQI heritage manager for Liberal Judaism, and has run a number of landmark projects including Twilight People and more recently Rainbow Pilgrims.  Alongside his role with the LGBT Consortium, he will continue building his career as a diversity consultant. 

Shaan lives in Middlesex and loves the outdoors. He feels passionate about wildlife conservation and animals - especially cats big and small.


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