Emilie is a 33 year old wife and mother of three, she began her journey into this industry in 2008 starting with night school at Barnet College whilst studying at London Metropolitan and then Hertfordshire University in tandem with College. She then spent a number of years working in protective services, with her first role in Holloway Prison and then, moving onto Anti Social Behavior, Homelessness and Safer Neighborhood and finally onto Child and Family Protection, where she became certified in needle exchanges with families facing drug addiction. She then became a safer injecting ambassador to young adults and adults doing intramuscular and intravenous injections and an emergency Naloxone Injector for persons facing opioid (normally heroin) overdose. Emilie enjoyed the precision and anatomy of Injecting and found a passion for correct injecting and medical knowledge when becoming an on call Certified Official Administer of Naloxone during her time as a Safeguarding Officer in 2016.
Emilie used this knowledge to transfer this training to the Medical & Aesthetics sector and hasn't looked back.
Emilie is now a level 7 trained Injector and whilst fully qualified is still very much studying and learning and is committed to increasing her medical knowledge as the industry changes and evolves.