Committee Members

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ATP Chair – Deb Wilson

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ATP Secretary – Diana Warren

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Treasurer – Luci Lishman

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Vice Treasurer – Teresa Chambers

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Membership Secretary – Jas Jones

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Professional Midwifery Advocate – Janice Blytheman

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Committee members: Carole Goddard

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Committee members: Andi Simpson

Honorary Members

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Website co-ordinator – Suzanne Barber

Suzanne was also a founder member of the Association of Tongue Tie Practitioners and was proud to be the original Chair, then secretary and now is supporting the organisation as the website co-ordinator. Suzanne enjoyed organising the past ATP conferences and has been instrumental in driving forward practice and development as part of the committee. Suzanne has spoken at conference on the long term issues of tongue tie and is keen to ensure the organisation incorporates audit as a central to practice. Suzanne trained originally as a nurse and spent the majority of her NHS practice as a midwifery specialising in infant feeding. She became a International Board Certified Lactation Consultant in 2010 and also trained at Southampton to perform frenulotomy in 2011. In recognition of her contribution to the Association she was also voted in as an honorary member at the AGM in 2019.

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Events Co-ordinator – Sarah Oakley

Sarah was a founder member of the Association of Tongue Tie Practitioners and initially was the Vice Chair and then Chair of the organisation. Sarah was a passionate and active chair who drove developments, spoke at conferences, and is an example of excellence in practice. Sarah continues to provide education and support in the field and is providing ongoing support as the event co-ordinator. Her background is in Nursing and Health Visiting and she is an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, who trained at Southampton to perform frenulotomy in 2011 and have done over 4000 procedures privately since. In recognition of her contribution to the Association is was voted in as an honorary member at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) in 2019.