After serving as a Paramedic for 12 years up until 2012, I left NEAS to pursue a new challenge in the research and medical device industry.
Over the last 6 years, while I continued to move forward in my career, I have always been thankful for everything that NEAS gave me; in life experiences, camaraderie, a feeling of purpose, and most importantly, moulding me into the person I am today.
My current role in industry has allowed me to gain experience in all levels of the NHS, from patient contact, through commissioning of new services, collaboration with NICE and working alongside members of NHS England. I am fortunate to have a broad insight into the NHS and believe I can bring that along with the viewpoint of a front line clinician, to my role as a public governor.
I am now in a position in life where I want to give something back, and the opportunity to be able to contribute to NEAS growth and success in these ever more challenging times is something that I am honoured to do.
I look forward to working with the other governors and NEAS family to continue building on the success of this fantastic organisation.