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Camden & Islington NHS Foundation Trust, Non-Executive Appointments

Camden & Islington NHS Foundation Trust, Non-Executive Appointments

Posted on 24 September 2020

Anderson Quigley are delighted to have supported Camden & Islington NHS Foundation Trust in the appointment of two Non-Executive Directors; Anu Singh and Marcelle Moncrieffe.

Anu joined the Trust Board as a Non-Executive Director, taking on the role of Senior Independent Director (SID) on 14 September 2020. Anu is a Board level local government and health leader. She has been a statutory Director of Adult Social Care and has been Vice Chair of neighbouring Whittington Health NHS Trust for 6 years, including a term as interim Chair.  Anu is passionate about person centred care and community empowerment and has led on new relationships with communities for the National NHS, County Councils and City & Metropolitan Councils.

Marcelle has been approved to join the Trust Board as a Non-Executive Director.  Marcelle will formally take up this post on 18 January 2020. Marcelle is the Group Chief People Officer at London South Bank University Group and is a member of the Executive. She has over 20 years HR experience gained in several sectors. Prior to joining LSBU Group Marcelle was interim Director of HR &OD at a Local Authority and prior to that was Head of HR at the BBC overseeing cultural change, employee relations cases and HR support services for 20,000 staff.  Marcelle is currently completing her doctorate exploring the impact of public sector workplace cultures on the career progression of Black employees.

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