Caroline Harding is the chief executive of Genetic Disorders UK and the Chronic Granulomatous Disorder Society. She has an MBA from INSEAD and worked in international brand development before her first child was diagnosed with hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia. In 2007, Caroline joined the team managing the national Jeans for Genes Day campaign that works to raise awareness and funds for children with a genetic disorder. She is a passionate advocate for families affected by genetic conditions and has been interviewed for television, radio and the press about the challenges faced by parents with an affected child.
Caroline Harding introduces the work of Genetic Disorders UK and provides an overview of the day’s programme.