Our nominated governors are appointed representatives of our stakeholder organisations including local authorities, Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), King's College London University, London Southbank University, and Guy's and St Thomas’ and South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trusts.
We are in the process of appointing the nominated governors from our stakeholders in the Bromley area.
Cllr Robert Evans - Bromley Council
I have spent eight years as a Councillor in the London Borough of Bromley, including the last three years as Portfolio Holder for Care Services. In Council, I am also a member of the Health and Well Being Board, Adoption Panel, Standing Committee for Special Educational Needs, Children’s Board as well as Children and Adult Safeguarding Boards.
My career in education included deputy headships and a headship. I retired three years ago and am a governor of Ravenswood School and a board member of Ravenswood Learning Trust, a governor of Bromley Pupil Referral Unit, a Member of Court of the University of Kent and of St Olave’s & St Saviour’s schools and a member (non-voting) of Bromley CCG.How to contact Cllr Robert Evans
Diane Summers - Guy's & St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust
I am a non-executive director of Guy's & St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, where I chair the community services board committee, and serve on audit, finance, and workforce board committees.
I am a former managing editor of the Financial Times, where I worked for 19 years as a writer, editor and executive. My experience before joining the Financial Times spanned the voluntary and private sectors and included senior positions at the consumer organisation Which? and the homelessness charity, Shelter.
Since 2006, I have been a freelance writer, editor and consultant. I am a trustee of The Guinness Partnership, a major social housing provider, and an independent adviser to the BBC Trust.
I am a Lewisham resident and have lived in south-east London all my adult life.How to contact Diane Summers
Phidelma Lisowska - Joint Staff Committee
I have worked in the NHS including hospital and community dentistry as well as private practice. My employment at KCH has involved working as a Senior Clinician, Specialist and Honorary Teaching Posts.
My contributions include building up a dental service for adults and children with complex medical, social and psychological needs at KCH and the community setting, as a seamless service. I have an interest in solving complex problems, including access to services for vulnerable adults and children and multi-disciplinary team working.
My role as BDA Representative for the Joint Staff Committee has provided great insight into the ethos of KCH as well as the process and complexity of hospital governance. I enjoy working at KCH because there are opportunities for innovation to solve complex clinical issues and improve the quality of patient care. My family lived in Lambeth for ten years and our daughter was born at KCH.How to contact Phidelma Lisowska
Chris Mottershead - King's College London
I am Vice-Principal (Research and Innovation) at King’s College London. I joined King’s College London in 2009 after retiring from BP, where I worked for 30 years, most recently as their Global Advisor on Energy Security and Climate Change.
Prior to this I was Technology Vice President for the Global Gas, Power and Renewables businesses, and was also the technical manager for its North Sea exploration and production activities.
I have an Applied Physics degree, an MSc in Cybernetics, am a Chartered Electrical engineer, and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
As well as my College accountabilities, I am a non-Executive Director of the Carbon Trust, GMEC and Imanova, Governor of King’s College Hospital and a member of the Advisory Board of the National Center of Atmospheric Research in the US.How to contact Chris Mottershead
Cllr Jim Dickson - Lambeth Council
Cllr Jim Dickson is Cabinet Member for Health and Well Being on Lambeth Council and Chair of Lambeth’s Shadow Health and Well Being Board, having previously been the Council's Cabinet Member for Finance and also its Leader. Jim began his career in the homelessness field and has worked as senior policy officer at the London Housing Unit advising public and private sector organisations on housing finance and regeneration issues.
He was a visiting lecturer in Housing and Politics at the University of Westminster and was a Director of Team Lambeth, the borough’s joint venture company achieving significantly improved public service contracts in Lambeth. He has represents Herne Hill Ward on Lambeth Council for 22 years.How to contact Cllr Jim Dickson
Sue Gallagher - Lambeth PCT
I am the stakeholder governor for Lambeth Primary Care Trust. From 01 April 2013 I will become the stakeholder governor for Lambeth Clinical Commissioning Group, for which I am currently a Lay Member designate, with responsibility for Quality and Patient and Public Involvement. I am also a stakeholder Governor of Guy’s and St Thomas’ FT. In 2007 I became a Non-Executive Director (NED0 and later Joint Vice Chair of Lambeth Primary Care Trust (PCT) and since 2011 have been on the South East London NHS Cluster Board as a NED for Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham PCTs.
Since 2003 I have been an Executive Coach, Facilitator and Development Consultant working in a self-employed capacity, mainly in the public and third sectors and with a 4 year part time role in the Department of Health. I now work part-time and am involved in other pro bono activities including being a Trustee for Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charity and working with young teachers through Teach First. I started my working life in the voluntary sector and then spent 27 years in the NHS. I have been involved as a leader and as an advisor at a local and national level in a wide range of health and social care services including serving on the first NICE Appraisal Committee and the High Security Psychiatric Commissioning Board.
I have lived in Herne Hill for 17 years with my husband and two children.How to contact Sue Gallagher
Warren Turner - London South Bank University
I am Pro Dean for the Faculty of Health and Social Care.
I trained as a podiatrist, qualifying in 1989. Since then I have worked as a podiatrist in the NHS and in private practice, eventually specialising in the care of patients with diabetes and people with sports/musculo-skeletal injuries of the lower limbs.
I moved into academia in 1992, working at the University of Northampton School of Podiatry, becoming Head of School in 1995.
In 1998 I took a sabbatical to work in New Zealand where I undertook work towards my PhD investigating the efficacy of lasers in treating common conditions of the feet. I have helped to establish diabetic foot specialist centres in Ukraine.
I became Assistant Dean of the health faculty at the University of Derby in 2001 and moved to London South Bank University as Pro Dean of the Faculty of Health and Social Care in 2009.
I am currently also an advisor to Boots Ltd in respect of product development for Boots’ high street foot care range and has assisted with the development of a number of new product lines and have co-authored three podiatry text books and authored/ co-authored several journal articles and presented papers at International Conferences.How to contact Warren Turner
Madeliene Long - South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
As Chair of South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, I am a strong advocate of the tripartite mission involved in the AHSC model, and was the interim Chair of KHP during the accreditation process. I am currently actively involved from the KHP Board on Education and Training across the partner organisations, and Chair the Nursing and Midwifery Executive Group.
I am a Barrister with experience in both civil and criminal law and an Associate Lecturer in Law at the Open University teaching Employment Law and Relations. I am also an Elected Member of Lewisham Council and was the Chair of the first Lewisham Joint Committee of Health and Social Services.
I served as a NED for the Lewisham and Guy’s NHS Trust before being appointed as the first Chair of the newly reconfigured South London and Maudsley NHS Trust. I led the Trust into Foundation Trust authorisation in November 2006 and have recently been reappointed as Chair by the Members Council. I received an Honorary Fellowship of Kings College London in 2011.How to contact Madeliene Long
Cllr Catherine McDonald - Southwark Council
I am Cabinet Member for Health and Social Care at Southwark Council. This includes working in partnership with other organisations to improve health in Southwark, and providing social care services for older people and for people with physical disabilities, mental health issues and learning disabilities. I aim to ensure all our residents have the kind of opportunities and support that any of us would want for members of our own families. I focus on supporting people to live independent lives within their communities, and encouraging more people to take control over their own care.
Previously I was Southwark’s Cabinet Member for Children’s Services. Before that I was a Special Adviser to the last Labour Government and previously was an adviser to several public sector bodies - including health - on policy reform and implementation. I began my career at the National Audit Office where I qualified as an accountant and wrote reports for Parliament on the value for money of Government spending.
I am also councillor for Livesey Ward, Southwark.How to contact Cllr Catherine McDonald
Richard Gibbs - Southwark Primary Care Trust
I am vice chair of Southwark PCT and a Non Executive Director of Lambeth and Lewisham PCTs. In the last 9 years I have also worked as a consultant for the Department of Health (DH) on strategies for improving the value of information analysis and IT in the NHS. Before that I was Chief Executive (CE) of Kingston and Richmond Health Authority for 12 years, implementing a major acute hospital reconfiguration and other service changes. I was the national spokesman for NHS CEs on information and IT policy. Previously I was Director of Statistics at DH. I led the production of the first set of NHS Performance Indicators and published several articles on benchmarking NHS performance. I have a BA (first class) in Natural Sciences and a PhD in Business Studies. I and my wife have lived in Dulwich for 40 years. Our daughter was born at King’s.How to contact Richard Gibbs