Announcing Dr Aziza Sesay as the first FSRH Hatfield Vision Ambassador

Posted 4 April 2024

Date: 04 Apr 2024

Type: FSRH News and Information

We are thrilled to announce Dr Aziza Sesay as the first FSRH Hatfield Vision Ambassador.

The role of the ambassador will be to publicly promote the FSRH’s Hatfield Vision and work with us in achieving specific goals of the Vision that align with their expertise. For her year in post, Dr Sesay will be focusing on the goals of myth-busting and education, given her impressive record for empowering her audiences through information and knowledge.  

Dr Janet Barter, FSRH President said:

“I am delighted to welcome Dr Aziza Sesay as the FSRH’s first ever official ambassador for the Hatfield Vision for the coming year. Dr Sesay’s passion for raising awareness of existing health inequalities and for educating audiences on women’s and gynaecological health is inspiring. I very much look forward to working with her towards our shared goal of tackling reproductive health inequalities, and empowering people with the information they need to live their life to the fullest.” 

Dr Aziza Sesay  

Dr Aziza Sesay is a GP, GP Educator, Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer, Host, Speaker and Health Content Creator.  

Aside from sharing evidence-based women’s health information via her own health platform ‘Talks with Dr. Sesay', Dr Aziza is Vice Chair and Creative Director of Black Female Doctors UK, one of the Board of Directors of Prevention First Initiative, and Trustee of the charity, Cysters Group. She is a member of the James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnership for Adult Faecal Incontinence steering group, as well as a member of World Health Organisation Fides.  

She has collaborated and worked with a number of organisations including NHS England, Department of Health and Social Care, YouTube Health, CoppaFeel!, Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust, and Black Women Rising UK, and has been selected as a UN Women UK delegate for 2023 and 2024.  

She is also an ambassador for our Union Street colleagues, Eve Appeal and Wellbeing of Women, alongside her work with the Everywoman Festival and a fundraising lead for the charity Keep it Fax.