Our Chair, Lynn Hill
Lynn recently retired from the NHS following a career spanning almost 40 years. Qualifying as a Biomedical Scientist in haematology in 1981, Lynn went on to become the Chair of the UK Scientist Advisory Panel.
Lynn also studied for the Capsticks Diploma in Clinical Risk Management and is a graduate of the Kings Fund Top Managers programme.
Lynn became a successful Healthcare Manager, holding a number of director roles including those of the Chief Operating Officer/Deputy Chief Executive Officer.
Bill was in the Royal Air Force Medical Branch for 15 years, before joining Glaxo Pharmaceuticals as a training and marketing manager. Bill was a Board Member of the National Society for Epilepsy for 5 years. He then ran his own Executive Search business until retirement at the age of 54 in 1999. He has spent his retirement years travelling and writing factual and fictional stories for his own pleasure.
Baj Mathur (MBE)
Baj Mathur has been in health and social care for 25 years. He entered the field as his elderly mother suffered with dementia. Baj is keen to actively continue his charity work to support affected families. He has worked as an architect and town planner at senior level in the boroughs of Camden and Harrow. Baj retired in 1993 and has been involved in volunteering work ever since.
Kay is a development and change manager specialising in embedding equality, diversity and human rights to maximise organisational effectiveness. Kay has extensive experience of working in the private and public sectors as well as establishing her own change management consultancy.
Rashmi is a member of the Chartered Management Institute, and has served as a Chief Executive and held other senior managerial positions at corporate level in voluntary, public and private sectors. She has 30+ years of diverse managerial experience in different fields. She is committed to community work and has extensive experience of serving on the Executive boards of voluntary and public sector organisations. She was a Commissioner for the London Health Commission and a Non–Executive Director of Hillingdon Primary Care Trust.