Director of Public Health for County Durham
Amanda Healy is chair of the Association of Directors of Public Health North East and Director of Public Health for County Durham. She is committed to improving and protecting the health of residents across the region. It is through this work she sees the positive ripples effects compassionate acts of kindness can have on people and their wider communities.
The Reverend Canon at Durham Cathedral
The Reverend Canon, Michael Everitt, works with the congregations as well as local schools, university students and local charities across the county on a daily basis. He is also heavily involved in the Peru Mission which has long established links with the North East and Iquitos in the Peruvian Amazon. He has seen first-hand the impact of acts of kindness on both a local and international level.
A Neighbourhood Beat Manager at Northumbria Police
You might recognise Amii as one of our #BeatCovidNE campaign stars. She is a Police Officer with Northumbria Police covering North Shields in North Tyneside. Outside of work, Amii volunteers as a personal assistant supporting a local family with day-to-day tasks and shopping. She truly understands what it means to help others with compassionate acts of kindness.
A sister on Ward 12, a respiratory support unit at Northumbria Specialist Emergency Care Hospital, Cramlington
Holly is one of our #BeatCovidNE campaign stars. Working as a nurse on a respiratory support unit, Holly sees first hand just how devastating Covid-19 is. As well as the enormous impact small acts of kindness can have on the lives of her patients, their families and her frontline colleagues.