Our Ambassadors

Meet our Ambassadors…

Our ambassadors are central to the success of Domestic Abuse Education. They wholly support the work we do and help amplify our voice, cause, and mission.

Rosie Watson is Head of External Relations at the Domestic Abuse (DA) Alliance, which brings together organisations working on the frontline of domestic abuse with the civil legal sector to provide immediate legal assistance and protection for victims.

Prior to working for the DA Alliance, Rosie spent several years in the policing and criminal justice sector, shining a spotlight on victim support services.

Rosie is a White Ribbon Champion and is currently studying for a Diploma in Domestic Abuse & Violence Awareness.

“I first met Sharon in 2020 – our paths collided when the seed of an idea to improve support for victims of domestic abuse within the workplace turned into the national launch of a landmark domestic abuse policy for employers. Since then, ‘Sharon’s Policy’ has informed workplace wellbeing for hundreds of employers, and I’ve had the privilege of speaking alongside Sharon at numerous events to raise awareness of domestic abuse, and how to support those experiencing it. I am immensely proud to have been asked to be an Ambassador for Domestic Abuse Education – in fact, it couldn’t be an easier job to do. Put simply, Sharon’s own story and training is vital for employers who can – and should – help to take action on domestic abuse.”

Kyran witnessed his Mum go through domestic abuse in his childhood and is dedicated to challenging the belief that what happens at home, stays at home. He knows all too well the long-lasting impact of domestic abuse and the incredible difference we can all make when we raise our voices and campaign together. Kyran now proudly wears a white ribbon which demonstrates his commitment to changing the long-established and harmful, attitudes, systems and behaviours around masculinity that perpetuate inequality and violence.

“After witnessing the horrific side effects and consequences of domestic abuse firsthand, I am extremely proud to support this cause. I have seen ‘Sharon’s Policy’ develop from day one and become a landmark domestic abuse policy for some world-renowned companies. Additionally, I have witnessed Sharon present to thousands of people, raising awareness of domestic abuse and supporting individuals going through it. Having seen the effects it can have, I am extremely proud to call myself an Ambassador for Domestic Abuse Education, after serving as a White Ribbon Ambassador for some time now. I believe it is crucial to understand what domestic abuse is, recognise the different signs, and know how employers can take action against it; all of which can be found in Sharon’s policy and training.”

Jaimee is a dedicated advocate for ending domestic abuse and empowering survivors. As the daughter of Sharon Livermore, a domestic abuse survivor, she has witnessed firsthand the impact of domestic abuse on families and communities. Jaimee is motivated by her personal experiences and committed to her mum’s mission. As an ambassador for Domestic Abuse Education and a “Ask me Ambassador” for Women’s Aid. Jaimee will support our mission, raise awareness and where necessary signpost those affected by abuse.

“At the age of 12 I witnessed my Mum experience domestic abuse. My mum was strong, and despite a lack of support around her, she sought help. I am no longer 12, I am a working woman who is now aware of the difference an educated and informed business can make to victims/survivors of domestic abuse. As an Ambassador for Domestic Abuse Education and an Ask me Ambassador for Women’s Aid, I am proud to raise awareness of this important topic”.