Londoner Phoebe McIndoe fills the position of Producer/Presenter at the RAP Project. In addition to researching key studies and articles relevant to our work, she is presenting, producing our social media content, and fulfilling her passion as a talented writer by crafting our blogs and podcasts. Phoebe graduated from Warwick University with a First in English and Creative Writing. She has worked as a teacher in rural, Western Uganda and Siping, China.
As a volunteer with UK community centres, she has taught writing workshops to vulnerable adults and worked with Depression Alliance organising support groups. In 2017 she joined RAP presenting talks and running social media campaigns. Recently she represented RAP at the Durex-sponsored Sexual Rights Conference organised for National Human Rights Day at the UCL Centre of Gender and Global Health.
Phoebe hopes to work toward a future where students can openly discuss sex, sexuality, relationships. She strongly believes that in todays digitalised and sexualised culture, schools must prioritise teaching students social and digital skills, enabling them to mature into healthy and happy adults.