Rachel Piper




As Youth Engagement Officer, Rachel supports CORC to strengthen our youth involvement, by developing new relationships, processes and initiatives. Rachel is building the CORC Youth Network, ensuring effective dissemination to the young person audience, ensuring young people’s views are reflected in CORC’s work, and taking forward youth centred projects. Rachel has worked across various health organisations, with a particular interest in health inequities and the social determinants of health. She previously worked at Medact, supporting health workers to campaign around the wider political determinants of health. Before that, she led Student Minds’ policy, research and co-production work. As a part of that role she was on the Core Management team of the UK’s Student Mental Health Research Network. Prior to that she worked at the University Mental Health Advisors Network. Rachel is an executive member of the International Association of Youth Mental Health, and an active member of The People’s Health Movement.

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