Our dedicated and professional team work hard to ensure survivors get the support they need to rebuild their lives. We employ 18 staff, a range of self-employed professionals and approximately 65 volunteers, all of whom make a vital contribution to the services we offer.
Chief Executive Officer
The delivery of all our services is overseen by our Chief Executive Officer, Lesley Devonport. The Chief Executive Officer is responsible for the day to day running of the charity. She ensures that RASASC continues to provide an excellent level of service to our clients, while also identifying new services that may support our clients in their recovery.
Our counselling service is led by Susan. As Head of Service, Susan oversees our counselling services and is the Clinical and Assessor lead for face-to-face counselling.
Independent Sexual Violence Advisor (ISVA) service
Our team of Independent Sexual Violence Advisors (ISVA) is lead by Sally, herself a practicing ISVA.
Our Helpline volunteers are supported by three supervisors. The supervisors provide monthly supervision to our volunteers, offering emotional support and supporting their continued learning.
Our frontline services are supported by our part-time Business Support Officer and a part-time Administrator.
Our fundraising is managed by Caroline.
Our work is supported by a team of dedicated volunteers, who are essential to the success of RASASC. They make an important contribution to our services, providing valuable support to our clients.
We have 29 fully qualified volunteer counsellors and 20 helpline volunteers. Other volunteer roles include group facilitation, support at events, fundraising support, and delivering awareness talks about our work.
For more information about volunteering for RASASC, please visit our volunteer page.