Ann-Marie Wilson

Ann-Marie is a psychologist and training consultant with over 30 years of experience. She is the founder and director of 28 Too Many, an anti-female genital mutilation charity, and she is a regular speaker on FGM and violence against women. Ann-Marie has been awarded the British Citizen Award in recognition of her work researching and campaigning against FGM and was honoured to be one of four women chosen by Good Housekeeping Magazine for its feature on Modern Heroines. As well as leading 28 Too Many, Ann-Marie is a CMS Mission Partner and in 2017, Ann-Marie was licensed as a Lay Pioneer Minister in the Church of England, Diocese of London. She is also an Honourable Chaplain at Marie Curie Hospice Hampstead and works with St Barnabas Church in north London where she visits parishioners who are unwell. She is the author of Overcoming, which describes how Ann-Marie leaned on her Christian faith during her darkest moments to offer hope to survivors of FGM.

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