Press and media profile
In 2021 and 2020, through my campaign work I reached an average of over 50 million people each year across broadcast TV, regional and national radio and online platforms.
"I will not stop, we will not stop, until every mother and father accepts their LGBTQI+ child for the person they were born to be."
My life long commitment to change.
Appearing on BBC Breakfast with Bhavna Limbachia, star of Coronation Street and proud Patron of Naz and Matt Foundation.
I'm naturally a very private, quiet person preferring to be far and away from of the gaze of the public.
However since the day my darling Naz passed away the press and media have shown intense interest in what happened, and the story behind Naz and Matt Foundation.
I have now dedicated my life to tackling the reasons that led to Naz sadly taking his own life; to prevent another young person feeling they have no other way forward.
I will continue sharing our story, I will continue amplifying the voices of others, until religious or cultural interpretation no longer prevents parents from accepting their own LGBTQI+ child.
It will take at least a couple of life times before we see this change. And that is why the work must be started now.
I am truly thankful to every journalist who has agreed to share our story on their platform.
ITV Evening News
Speaking on ITV Evening News about our story, and the anti-LGBT+ protests taking place outside of schools in Birmingham.
Interviews and Media Appearances
BBC World Service
BBC News 24
BBC Asian Network
BBC Radio 1 Newsbeat
BBC Look North
Canadian Breakfast TV
BBC Radio Ulster
The Sunday Times
BBC Radio 5 Live
BBC Radio WM
BBC Radio London (Sunny & Shay)
London Live TV
Camden New Journal
Ham High News
Smooth Radio Scotland
Black Cat Radio
New Style Radio
Heart South Wales
BBC C & W
BBC H & W
BBC Sussex and Surrey
BBC Three Counties
BBC World News
Speaking on BBC Breakfast, BBC World News, BBC World Service to launch Out and Proud Parents Day.
Speaking live on Sky News, days after the coroner's inquest into Naz's death.