Stephanie Larnder

I have worked in the Civil Service for nearly ten years in a range of roles ranging from working on Bills in Parliament, running national campaigns to support high streets and designing new policy to bring forward new homes for vulnerable people. I currently lead work on rough sleeping, and am part of the team helping thousands of vulnerable people and rough sleepers into accommodation as part of the response to COVID-19.


I chose to become a trustee at LNK because I believe in the work Eliza and her team do and the genuine difference their work makes every day for younger people. I wish we lived in a country where we didn’t need an organisation like Lives Not Knives, and where every young person has the same opportunities. However, until that happens, I am committed to supporting LNK so they can continue to make these young people’s voices heard and fight against the structural inequality that inflicts our society.