Our Champions

We are very proud of our Community champions, who are all women who have benefited from using MumsAid services and now help as volunteers at events in the community and online, to raise awareness and help more mothers to access the support they need.

Each one has had a unique and transformational journey and gone on to achieve so much – three amazing examples of the importance of being able to access  good quality support when it’s needed and the difference that can make.


Dorota Chioma

“I represent MumsAid as a Champion as I believe in the importance of the work they do and also to give back a little in return for their ongoing support. As a mum who has gone through three postnatal depressions, while only during the last one I received proper support.  I strongly believe that I would not be where I am now without MumsAid who helped me to give birth to a true me.  MumsAid is a Godparent to my artistic journey which started thanks to their encouragement and faith in me”.

Lucy Isaiah

Lucy Isaiah is a mum of three and co-founder of ‘Black-female Entrepreneur Greenwich’ where she provides mentoring and support for start-ups and other female entrepreneurs.  She is also involved with Nigerian Community Greenwich CIC where her passion is to support the welfare and well-being of women in the community.


Karina Shenaz

Karina works in Equities for a private banking firm in London.

She was supported by MumsAid as a young mum. Following counselling with a crèche place and other support from MumsAid, Karina was able to return to York university to complete her degree and went on to find employment in a prestigious company.

‘I have committed to being a community champion for MumsAid because I know how important it was to have someone believe in me. Without it I wouldn’t have achieved what I have or have the ability to believe in others potential, and this is what motivates me to help give back the life changing support I was given, to others.