Meet The Team

Meet the Bradford team

Wellington Moyo - Local Services Coordinator

I have worked for Yorkshire MESMAC since 2007. I have worked with individuals and communities that are most at risk of HIV, doing prevention and social support. I have also coordinated national  HIV prevention programmes which include Testing Faith and Welcome Hear targeting faith leaders and newly arrivals respectively. I have vast experience of delivering  training to various community groups which includes medical professionals, and have delivered presentations on national conferences which include HPE, CHIVA and NHVNA. I have passion for people and I try to make everything possible to help others have better lives.

Pronouns: he/him

M: 07872 398 573



John Dugdale - Community Development Worker

Following a career in Advertising, Marketing and PR, I moved into the third sector in 2016, following a period of volunteer work with a London-based LGBTQ+ focussed Sexual Health & Well-being charity. Over the following years I strived to improve services for people accessing HIV prevention services, including testing, referrals for PrEP, STi information, along with sign posting into peer services for counselling and mentoring, plus supporting a respected Trans Empowerment Programme. Originally from West Yorkshire I returned to Bradford and joined MESMAC in March of 2024, where I continue to support people to achieve positive outcomes in their lives around sexual, mental and physical wellbeing. I take great satisfaction from being able to support communities in accessing the support and services they need, while reducing stigma associated with these issues. If you think we can help in any way please get in touch, we look forward to meeting you!

M: 07810 550 534


Olukemi Ogunrinola - Community Development Worker

My name is Kemi. I have professional experience in communication for social change within the civil society sectors. With an initial background in Pharmacy before moving to the Public Health field with a bias toward community-level projects, I have knowledge, practical experience and skills in programming for most at risks population.  I have since joining MESMAC, been involved in implementing HIV prevention and social support strategies aimed at improving the quality of life of people most at risk or affected by HIV. My skills cover planning, designing, implementing, and evaluating integrated sexual health & HIV/AIDS programs which include training professionals, conducting HIV testing and working closely with various stakeholders in improving the quality of persons affected by HIV. I love putting smiles on people’s faces and result oriented. 

M: 07872398718


Daisy Dooks - Digital Engagement Worker

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