Trustees

CSH Chair, is also chair of Thames Valley Health Innovation and Education Cluster and has extensive experience of NHS Leadership Development programmes.

Experienced business manager and scientific advisor with a demonstrated history of working in the pharmaceutical industry (for Janssen, the pharmaceutical sector of Johnson & Johnson). Skilled in pharmaceutical sales, product launch, pharmaceutical industry, healthcare, medical education and communication. Strong research professional with a medical biochemistry background from Royal Holloway College, University of London.

Harry Rutter is professor of global public health at the University of Bath, senior academic adviser to Public Health England, and holds adjunct positions in Norway and Ireland. He was founder director of the English National Obesity Observatory, led the development of the English National Child Measurement Programme, and chaired the NICE group on walking and cycling. He works closely with WHO headquarters, sits on two WHO Europe steering groups, and chairs a number of other committees.

Global Resiliency Leader for GE Distributed Power having previously been GE’s Commercial Director and Healthcare Director for the UK and Ireland

Michael has had a wide-ranging career in healthcare business development, communications and corporate affairs, immediately prior to joining GE he ran a consultancy specialising in corporate and business development. He also previously was head of UK Healthcare for Fleishman Hillard International, Managing Director of Good Relations Healthcare, a Director of a London NHS Trust and ran Campaigns & Marketing for a major UK Trade Union.

Jessica Rhys-Griffith is the Chief Operating Officer at Oxford Policy Management. She has extensive experience in business planning, development and implementation of strategy for operational management and development.

As National Sustainability and EFM Workforce Lead for NHS Improvement, Fiona is tasked with leading the national programme on Sustainability within the provider sector, driving innovation and engagement; providing NHS trusts with critical support to implement their sustainability and programmes and developing the national strategy for the future estates and facilities workforce.

Dr Caroline Jessel was until November 2017 the NHS England Lead for the South Regional Sustainability and Health Network. She has been a GP for 30 years in Kent and has always had a strong interest in the relationship between the environment and health.