Meet the Trustees

As at our Annual General Meeting on the 13th September 2016, the following individuals make up our Board of Trustees:

Sue White (Chair)

Sue White (Chair)

Sue has working in various parts of the County in health and social care delivering both children and adult services.  As a provider and commissioner she has experience of the mixed economy of care, managing budgets and seeking grant funding.
David Rogers (Vice Chair)

David Rogers (Vice Chair)

David served 36 years as a county councillor (not in Devon), retiring in 2013. In the decade before that, he chaired the Local Government Association’s Community Wellbeing Board, working with Ministers, civil servants, and many partner national organisations on adult social care and health issues – including the return of Public Health responsibilities to councils.  He was also a member of Healthwatch England’s Committee as the network came into existence.
John Rom

John Rom

John recently retired from the NHS having worked for them since the 1970’s. He was a health service manager in different roles across central and southern England and was responsible for service change and improvement.
Gill Ryall

Gill Ryall

For the past 15 years Gill has been a senior executive in the Met Office and brings valuable skills such as: strong customer focus and empathy; development and implementation of strategies for sustainability and growth; people leadership and management with a focus on development and wellbeing; relationship management across a range of stakeholders; finance and risk management of large, complex programmes; change management and business development.
Rosemary Whitehurst

Rosemary Whitehurst

Rosemary has worked both professionally and voluntarily to enable the voice of families, communities and service users to be heard by commissioners and providers of services. She is a former lay member of LINk Devon and vice-chair of Carers UK.
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