Registered General Nurse (RGN), Chartered Manager (CMgr), Member of the Chartered Management Institute (MCMI)
Sally has been the Chief Executive at Hillingdon Carers since 2014. Prior to 2014, she worked for 10 years in the Age-friendly Manchester team, part of Public Health Manchester, and co-produced this nationally-recognised ageing programme. Sally led the development of the World Health Organisation-affiliated UK Age-friendly Cities Network and the award-winning Positive Images of Ageing work in Manchester in the early 2000s.
In 2015, Carers Trust Hillingdon teamed up with four other Hillingdon charities to launch H4All, a formal joint venture CIO, which has a growing local, regional and national reputation as thought leaders in population health management and prevention. H4All has also taken a leading role in the development of 3ST in NW London, a collaborative of over 30 larger charities working across the eight boroughs of NW London. 3ST has been recognised by NWL ICS as the gateway to the third sector and has secured seats on the Partnership Board and other subsequent structures.
Sally has a strong track record in partnership working and firmly believes that the future of the sector is dependent on collaborative working and the sharing of resources wherever possible. H4All is developing a range of share backroom services enabling all five sovereign charities to drive more resource to the frontline where it is most needed.