National Volunteer Welfare Coordinator

Kate Worthington

SKIP History: I stumbled across SKIP Southampton in 2014 as a lost fresher in the Students’ Union. I went on project to Madagascar that summer and never looked back! I became the branch Volunteer Welfare and Recruitment Coordinator in 2015 and Project Coordinator in 2016 - SKIP was a huge part of my university life and wouldn't change it for anything! I'm now serving my second year on National Committee as the Volunteer Welfare Coordinator.

This year, I’m most excited about: getting some new resources out there for branches to use!

Outside of SKIP: I graduated from Southampton in 2017 with a BA in Geography and after bumbling around the world travelling and working in a pub, I've now landed on my feet in Exeter with an amazing internship at the Revenge Porn Helpline, supporting victims of image-based abuse.


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