HCP Place-based Workforce Lead
Maggie Blair joined the HCP in January 2021 to lead on workforce issues across the patch. With a background in both the public and private sector her career has included both Human Resources and Organisational Development, focussing latterly on leadership development, coaching and team building. Her driver is to develop people to their potential and to support them to deliver the best that they can for the population they serve.
HCP Project Support Officer
Esme Harvard joined the HCP in January 2020 to provide administrative and communicative project support to staff across health and social care in delivering HCP priorities for prevention, better care and wellbeing together. Esme gained experience working with the national government regulator of Housing Improvement Agencies and a Sheffield-based mental health charity to support the transformation of service delivery, whilst undertaking a BSc in Psychology.
HCP Interim Director
Kathryn Robertshaw joined the HCP in January 2019. Kathryn leads the delivery of the programmes to deliver the vision, bringing together programme management and quality improvement approaches. Kathryn started her career in public health and has worked for a variety of NHS organisations, leading on national, regional and city-wide health and social care projects and programmes of work. Kathryn has spent the last seven years working in the health and social care system of Sheffield on a variety of cross organisational programmes many of which focussed on developing integrated models of care and improving the use of technology to support innovation and new ways of working.
Senior Finance Manager
Judith Town joined the HCP in January 2019. Judith is a Chartered Accountant and is responsible for providing oversight of the financial funding flows between HCP organisations, enabling a more transparent and system-wide approach to financial planning and reporting. Judith joined the NHS in 2003 and has worked in various financial roles across both provider and commissioner organisations, as well as being part of system-wide transformation programmes.