We also have an Advisory Forum, comprised of volunteers that are joined by operational staff and Board representatives, that decides on the day-to-day research we do.
As Chief Executive, Amanda leads Healthwatch Cornwall in delivering its mission to ensure the public's voice is heard and acted on. She is responsible for operational planning, representing the organisation at strategic level, governance, finances and... more
Josie develops and implements Healthwatch Cornwall’s communication and marketing strategies and plans. She also manages press, social media, the website and provides photography and short film-making.
With a background in photography and journalism, Josie is... more
Naomi assists with our communications and marketing, with a particular focus on social media. She has a background in web development and marketing.
When not at work, you may find Naomi kayaking the south... more
Jody is responsible for managing and supporting volunteers to enable them to effectively represent Healthwatch Cornwall. She also manages volunteer recruitment and the outreach team.
While striving to maintain a healthy work-life balance, Jody... more
Jo is part of the outreach team, ensuring Healthwatch Cornwall listens to people’s experiences. She manages regular drop-in sessions at a range of hospitals across the county and regularly presents at various community talks and... more
Lesley works with the outreach team to build on our work with people in the community.
When not at work, Lesley enjoys travelling, baking and exploring Cornwall with her family.
Natalie takes care of Healthwatch Cornwall’s data collection and research projects. The role also includes the creation of reports from our findings for commissioners, providers and the public and the attendance of relevant strategic... more
Sophie works as Data Officer to document and report all the feedback we receive.
She has a background in conservation and recently finished a Masters degree at the University of Exeter, Penryn campus. When she isn’t... more
Celia deals with overall office administration and partnership meetings. She also supports volunteers and the Freephone service.
She loves to take her Westie, Mac, on walks and enjoys making the most of her allotment.
Michelle will be supporting the the team's administration requirements.
Before joining Healthwatch Cornwall she
worked in different admin roles, including at Cornwall Council in customer services.
When not at work, Michelle loves going to the... more
Nuala oversees and administers four Partnership Boards for older people, carers, those with autism and those with learning disabilities.
Nuala has worked for the past five years in a London-based voluntary organisation,with a special interest... more
Jon has worked in the community and voluntary sector for more than 35 years. He started working in the charity sector in Oxford before moving on to run a... more
As well as being the Chief Executive, Amanda also has a seat on the board as a director.
Jayne has been the director of Arts for Health Cornwall since 2004. Before this she worked in the
public sector, initially in education where she was head of drama... more
John is a retired consultant physician who worked for nearly 30 years in Cornish hospitals, dealing largely with elderly patients. After retirement he joined LINk in Cornwall to help... more
Dr Margaret Abban
Margaret has spent all of her professional life in the NHS. Her career as a Consultant Physician in Cornwall was in hospital practice in Care of the Elderly, Acute... more
Roger trained as a social worker, after which he moved on to a succession of management roles with Essex County Council. He took early retirement from the role of... more