Whilst living in West Yorkshire, Becky currently holds a role at London South Bank University with 17,000 students and 1,700 staff, leading on primary care, the health district and citizen participation strategy. Becky has worked in every part of the NHS and has over 30 years experience of setting strategy and leading change with health and local government colleagues, citizens, community and voluntary sectors and academics, primarily from a base in universities, especially working with young people.
Becky has an impressive background in volunteering with local organisations and leading on work committed to social justice and community building. This ranges from offering temporary accommodation to homeless young people with Bradford Nightstop; leading the local Jo Cox Foundation’s Great Get together and free school meals provision; leading a national coalition movement to mobilise action for clean rivers; to supporting local people to connect through the isolation of the pandemic.
"As a public servant working both in and with the NHS, I am committed to ensuring people have access to healthcare equally. As a local person using the NHS in West Yorkshire, a health professional, and a community and environmental leader I am privileged to be bringing this experience into the integrated care board as we work on the really difficult issues facing the NHS and the people we serve."