Sam Whyte joins LimeCulture as Director of Sexual Violence Consultancy Services

This week, Sam Whyte joins the LimeCulture team as our new Director of Sexual Violence Consultancy Services, bringing with her 20 years of experience in policy, research and participation. She has worked in a range of roles across the charity sector and within government – including as head of policy at UNICEF UK, leading on children’s human rights and child trafficking and migration; and latterly, as sexual violence victims lead at the Ministry of Justice. Sam has worked extensively with the UN, UK and devolved governments, children and survivors, Parliamentarians, practitioners and influencers to bring about change.

Sam Whyte said:  

“I’m really pleased to be joining LimeCulture at a time when society is seeking to reshape how we understand and respond to sexual violence and abuse. I’m looking forward to working with the team and the wider LimeCulture family to help our clients better support victims of rape and sexual abuse, and to building partnerships across sectors to drive innovation and understanding.”


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