Britney Korir

Desert Flower South Australia Ambassador & Educator

Britney Korir is a BET Foundation Global Ambassador. She is passionate about not just putting a STOP to FGM but ENDING it entirely.

This mission became personal for Britney when she first found out that her mother was the first one in her family to escape FGM and then hearing her grandmother’s story too, she voiced how barbaric and violent the process is for girls, and that it must stop. So she decided to do something about it. From 2015 to date, Britney has empowered 1500 girls in Bomet, Nakuru, and now Kericho. 

In addition to campaigning against and raising awareness of FGM Britney is a talented tennis player and has recently signed with the vibrant ‘Binghamton University ‘D1 NCAA’.

Nadia Willison

Desert Flower South Australia Ambassador & Co-Founder

Nadia is the Co-Founder of Desert Flower South Australia and Director of Eve On 21. She dedicated her 21st birthday to raising awareness and funds for Desert Flower South Australia and No-FGM.

In 2018 she completed her Honours in Medical science at Flinders University and has since been performing various minimally invasive procedures to alleviate symptoms of urinary and sexual dysfunction.

Nadia has a passion for bettering individuals’ quality of life with a holistic approach and she believes in providing cutting-edge, innovative services in intimacy, wellness, and aesthetics.

Lucy Gitsham

Desert Flower South Australia Transgender Ambassador & Educator

Lucy Gitsham is a local photographic artist and trailblazing Trans activist, pioneering access to the latest medical services.

She made history by being the first Australian to gain access to the revolutionary ‘peritoneum vaginoplasty’ technique (commonly referred to as PPV), and was the first international patient at Mount Sinai in New York, USA to receive this technique, performed by world renown and pioneering surgeon Dr Jess Ting, a technique that is fast becoming the gold standard in trans women’s GCS (gender confirmation surgery). She was also the first patient involved in regenerative medical treatment for post-gender reassignment surgery, and is trail blazing the way for voice feminisation surgery which is gaining traction in Australia.

Lucy continues to push boundaries in making cutting edge appropriate medical care available to the Transgender community with assistance and services from Dr Willison and Desert Flower South Australia, which provides a holistic approach to the health of these women who deserve care like any other woman does.