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Meet our Board members

An experienced and multi-skilled senior executive team is vital to achieving the best outcomes for local patients, motivating our highly valued workforce and delivering the most competitive, high quality NHS services for our commissioners.

 Executive Directors and Chair

Roisin Fallon-Williams

Roisin Fallon-Williams Chief Executive

Roisin Fallon-Williams joined NCH&C in October 2014 from her position as Director of Strategy and Business Support at Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust (C&WP).

Roisin has a wealth of frontline clinical and business experience, holding positions at Board level within two NHS trusts for over 12 years.

She began her career in the NHS in 1982, training as a nurse and has worked in a variety of management and leadership roles in the intervening years.

She joined Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust in November 2007 as Director of Operations, having previously been a Board Director with Hertfordshire Partnership (Mental Health) Trust.

As a Director of Strategy and Business Support at C&WP NHS Trust, she led Information Technology, Estates and Facilities Management, Human Resources, Business Development and the Trust Board Secretariat.

Geraldine Broderick Chair

Geraldine Broderick Chair

Geraldine joins NCH&C from Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, an acute foundation trust made up of three hospitals serving a population of more than 420,000 across south Yorkshire, north Nottinghamshire and the surrounding areas. Geraldine served DBHFT as a non-executive director for seven years. 

During her career, Geraldine has gained a wealth of accountancy and management experience, acting as managing director for three companies of the Barlow Group.  Geraldine now runs Leah and Broderick Associates, a management consultancy that specialises in interim management and business turnaround, working with organisations to develop strategic plans and implement business excellence frameworks. 

Describing herself as a ‘highly visible leader’ Geraldine is used to working with and understanding the needs and wants of a broad range of stakeholders  and brings the core skills of commercial astuteness and financial acumen to the Board.

 

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Lorrayne Barrett, Director of Integrated Care

A social worker by background, Lorrayne was previously employed by Norfolk County Council as Head of Social Care – East and has extensive knowledge of the national and local health and social care agenda, both from a practical and strategic perspective. She also has a strong track record in the successful delivery of performance, finance and strategic targets. For the past year she has been leading on the integration of health and social care in the east of the county.

Anna Morgan, Director of Nursing, Quality, and Operations

Anna Morgan Director of Nursing and Quality

Anna is a nurse with over 25 years’ experience which includes working in adults and older peoples’ services. Anna has also worked within private care homes as well as managing homes specialising in care for older people, people with dementia and young people with physical disabilities.

Anna was the Service Director of an Essex-based healthcare provider and has vast experience in the modernisation of health services, and integration of teams. Most recently she has fulfilled a secondment to the Department of Health and is currently developing health guidance for Safeguarding Adults.

Andrew Hopkins

Andrew Hopkins Director of Finance

Andrew, who started with the Trust on March 1 as Director of Finance and Performance, has worked for the NHS for most of his career, including the last 16 years as an Executive Director. He has worked across the NHS in acute, community, mental health and commissioning organisations, as well as working in the private sector with KPMG.

Andrew has lived in Norwich for over 20 years and lives with his partner and their two children, as well as two dogs and a cat.

 

Paul Cracknell

Paul Cracknell Director of Strategy and Transformation

Paul has been Director of Strategy and Transformation since May 2012. Prior to this he was interim Chief Executive and interim Director of Business Development with NCH&C. His prior board experience includes positions at both NHS Norfolk (commissioning organisation) and Norfolk and Waveney Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust, including experience of the FT application process as well as being twice runner up in the national Healthcare People Management Association HR director of the year.

Paul also brings voluntary sector experience having previously been the Chief Executive of a youthwork charity and Director/Trustee of the Open Youth Trust. He is also vice-chair of governors at the Open Academy, Norfolk’s first high school academy. He held various roles in the commercial insurance industry, including project management and relationship management roles.

Non-Executive Directors


The Chair and Non-Executive Directors are not full-time members of staff. They come from a range of professional backgrounds, but they share a common interest in wishing to serve the local health system and provide a link with the community.

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John Kennedy

John Kennedy, FCCA, is a qualified accountant who is currently Chief Executive of Proxama plc. He has held various Director level posts previously with Aviva, the RAC, Towergate and Validus. He brings to the role a rare combination of financial and commercial experience. 

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Dr. Iain Brooksby

Dr. Iain Brooksby brings over 45 years of NHS experience, including working as a Consultant in Cardiology at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, before being appointed as their Medical Director in 1997. He joined the Trust in January 2016.

Since retiring in 2009, Dr Brooksby has been working part-time as a medical adviser to Her Majesty’s Court and Tribunal Service and been involved in a number of charities including as Patron of Marie Curie in Norfolk.

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Geoff Rivers

Geoff Rivers joined NCH&C in February 2015 and brought with him extensive experience of the public sector.

He has enjoyed a long career in local government, working in housing, education and regeneration before becoming Chief Executive of South Norfolk Council in 1999 and St Edmundsbury Borough Council in 2008. He has taught in a comprehensive school, acted as an Interim Chief Executive for Breckland and South Holland District Councils and worked with newly formed councils in Northern Ireland.

A Governor of his local comprehensive school and a member of the Independent Monitoring Board for Hollesley Bay and Warren Hill prisons, Geoff is also treasurer to his local branch of the Workers’ Education Association. His personal interests include sport, film and theatre, galleries, travel and architecture. He is married with two grown-up children.

Derek Allwood

Derek Allwood, has significant experience of working within the fields of strategy, finance and risk, having spent his career as both an actuary and an accountant within the financial services industry.

Since 2003, Derek has worked as an independent management consultant, working with several large UK and international insurance company clients, both in the UK and Ireland.

Prior to that, he worked for Aviva (and Norwich Union) in a number of senior roles within finance, operations, corporate development and strategy.

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Heather Peck

Heather Peck was appointed as a NED with NCH&C in February 2015. She is also a Non-Executive Director with the Food Standards Agency and Chairman of the Dog Welfare Trust.

Heather served as Chairman of Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust between 2011 and 2014 and Assistant Boundary Commissioner from 2011 to 2013. She has spent much of her career closely involved in the policy and practice of farming, and breeds sheep and alpacas commercially.

A former Chairman of the Oxford Farming Conference, an Associate of the Royal Agricultural Societies, and a Fellow of the Institute of Personnel and Development, Heather is married and has two grown-up step children. She is also a qualified Watchkeeper of the National Coastwatch Institute and regularly stands watch at Caister, East Norfolk.

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