Naima Ben-Moussa, otherwise known in the media as the “Lady in Red” is the founder and driving force behind Rebuilding Lives UK. Naima is a qualified plasterer by trade and has an intense passion for supporting survivors of domestic abuse through to recovery.
This is based on her own life experiences as an abuse survivor. Naima attends and develops courses on domestic abuse, safeguarding vulnerable adults and is an advocate, speaking out against domestic violence.
Nicola has worked in the healthcare sector for the last 5 years caring for vulnerable people of all ages with all disabilities. She is also doing a Bachelor’s with Honours degree in Forensic Psychology, aiming for a future PHD in the field.
Nicola is passionate about and invested in the work that Rebuilding Lives UK does, after having her own personal experiences with domestic abuse seen in the family, she has a special place in her heart for helping survivors.
Nicola brings a lot of safeguarding experience to the team gained by supporting vulnerable people and first hand knowledge of what can be done to help survivors. She aims to help create a better quality of life for the people who need it.
Karina is a Solicitor and Higher Courts Advocate with over 10 years of specialising in Criminal Law and has recently gained her NCFE CACHE Certificate Level 2 in Understanding Domestic Abuse.
The impact of domestic abuse both physically and mentally in addition to the lack of support is something that Karina feels extremely passionate about. She is highly motivated to make a material contribution to the charity and to be an advocate to raise awareness of the issue and to reduce stigma wherever she can.
Karina brings a wealth of knowledge, valuable experience and motivation to the charity in her role as a trustee for legal support.