Danielle Hamm was formerly Political and Communications Assistant at the Progress Educational Trust (PET), and also wrote for PET's free weekly email news digest, commentary service and website BioNews. She is a Policy Manager and secretary of the Ethics and Law Advisory Committee at the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority, where she leads on policy development relating to sperm, egg and embryo donation. She is also a Visiting Lecturer at London Metropolitan University, and a Member of the Clinical Ethics Committee of Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. She has worked as a Medical Ethics Adviser to the British Medical Association, as a Parliamentary Researcher, and as a Member of the Policy and Community Services departments of Help the Aged. She is coauthor (with Ann Sommerville) of The Ethics of Caring for Older People (buy this book from Amazon UK).
Left to right: Danielle Hamm, Dr Tessa Homfray
At the Progress Educational Trust's 2010 annual conference Passport to Parenthood: The Evidence and Ethics Behind Cross-Border Reproductive Care
Photograph by MacKenna Roberts