Molly Kavanagh- Co-founder and Trustee
My name is Molly and I am one of the co-founders and trustees of The Phoenix Project. The Phoenix Project brings together my love for our National Health Service and belief in providing adequate opportunity to displaced peoples to rebuild their lives. Professional identity is a core element of working in healthcare and playing a small part in aiding our incredible participants in re-entering the medical professions, and knowing how much they will bring to our health service, is why I love being part of this project. my other interests centre around Women’s Health – particularly the cultural, social and historical significance of O+G and its role in the international gender equality movement.
Jonathan Bowley- Co-founder and Trustee
Hi, I’m Jonny, a co-founder and trustee of The Phoenix Project and a fourth-year medical student at the University of Nottingham. The work that our charity does is particularly important at the moment, as the NHS is chronically understaffed and crises across the world have brought more displaced doctors to the UK in need of rebuilding their lives and careers. Working in the teaching team has been the most rewarding experience of my professional life and we are working hard on expanding our charity to new areas. Away from The Phoenix Project, I’m a keen cricket and tennis player, love to cook and spend as much time reading as possible.