Majid Hussian was until recently the Chair of Oldham Clinical Commissioning Group. His current roles include working for The University of Manchester Business School where he provides leadership development in education as part of a Masters/leadership programme in Health Care Leadership. He is also a member of the Greater Manchester Police, Fire and Crime Panel, and has experience of the the voluntary community social enterprise sector which includes being a founder member of a community development charity in West Yorkshire.
Majid is currently a specialist advisor on race equality for NHS Providers. He brings with him a wealth of experience and expertise on organisation culture and multi partnership working around diversity and inclusion strategy. This includes driving effectiveness of equality initiatives, monitoring data trends in employment and service delivery.
‘I’m excited and pleased to be taking up this role. It's an honour to have the opportunity to help make a positive difference to all the amazing people working across the system and the communities we serve. I am particularly interested in workforce and communities, and addressing inequalities to improve health and care services, especially around access, experience, and outcomes.
The new NHS West Yorkshire Integrated Care Board will be of great benefit to everyone in West Yorkshire. Working together across the public, voluntary community and social enterprise sector presents us with so many opportunities to achieve so much more, and the way in which we do it, so together we make a greater impact on the communities we serve, making West Yorkshire an even better place to work, live and visit’