Dr Dayo Kuku

Dr Dayo Kuku is a qualified medical doctor with 33 years experience. She is a practising GP at Flitwick surgery in Bedfordshire and the Respiratory Clinical Lead for Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes ( BLMK) CCG. She is the Chair of BEDOC, a primary medical services provider. She is a Dynamic speaker who by virtue of her leadership position, speaks at conferences, seminars and radio shows for the NHS. Her mission is to provide health education so people can make informed decisions concerning their health so they can live a wholesome and fulfilled life.

Dr Omotayo Kufeji

Dr Omotayo Kufeji is an enthusiastic and innovative GP partner at Newport Pagnell Medical Centre, which is the largest practice in Milton Keynes. He is also a board member of the NHS Cononfederation Primary Care Network (PCN) Board. Dr Kufeji is the GP lead and the Clinical Director for The Bridge Primary Care Network, incorporating 3 practices in Milton Keynes.

Dr Simisola Alabi MBBS MRCGP MSc

Dr Simisola Alabi is GP, Clinical Director and Regional Lead for Population Health. Leading on vaccine strategy and deployment for Titan Primary Care Network.Founder Vine Health- promoting wellness in the black community. Range of vitamins and supplements.Founder Beyond Wealth- giving back to the community via initiatives like the Beyond Wealth Scholarship https://thebeyondwealth.com/bw-scholarship/

Dr Poonam Kapila MD FRCPath

Dr Poonam Kapila has been working in the speciality of Microbiology for more than 15 years. She trained in the East Midlands, completing her higher specialist training and achieving a fellowship of The Royal College of Pathologists (London). She then worked as a consultant in the midlands before relocating to Milton Keynes nearly four and half years ago now. She is currently the Clinical lead for Microbiology service and leads the infection control team at Milton Keynes University Hospital”

Professor Gurch Randhawa PhD FFPH DL

Professor Gurch Randhawa is Professor of Diversity in Public Health and Director of the Institute for Health Research at the University of Bedfordshire. On COVID19 matters, Gurch has written pieces for the Guardian, British Medical Journal and made numerous media appearances, and taken part in a range of community events to discuss issues about the inequalities of the pandemic, and the importance of taking a public health approach to managing COVID19