After over a decade advising a broad range of NHS organisations on Board-level appointments, the challenges and joys of leadership in the NHS have become familiar, if ever-evolving, territory to our team. Through working on over 200 appointments of chief executives, executive directors, chairs and non-executives, all navigating the changing policy environment and eternally shifting infrastructure through which the services of the NHS are delivered, it remains a challenging and fulfilling environment for today’s leader. Attracting talent to the top level remains a commitment and at the forefront of our work in the sector.
Millie is the Associate Consultant for our global health practice. She has worked closely with the health and collaborative commercial practice on multiple executive and non-executive appointments as well as business development, marketing and thought leadership. As Research Representative for Panorama, the group of international search firms, Millie went on a secondment to work with our partners in Atlanta translating ways of working across teams. She joined Saxton Bampfylde as a Researcher after graduating from UCL with a BA in Modern Languages.
Brett has been with Saxton Bampfylde since 2013. She joined the firm as a researcher and now works as an Associate Consultant in the Health practice. Prior to joining Saxton Bampfylde, she worked as a Research Assistant with the University of Aberdeen. Brett graduated with an MA International Relations and an MSc Ecological Economics from the University of Edinburgh.
Hatty Cadman joined Saxton Bampfylde in 2013. She has more than fifteen years’ experience in executive search, advising clients across the private, public and non-profit sectors on senior executive and non-executive appointments. She has a particular expertise in health and care, and in working at the interface of the public and commercial sectors with service delivery and innovation organisations. Hatty has a BA in History from the University of Oxford, and is a Governor of The Queen’s School. She was elected onto Saxton Bampfylde’s Board of Trustees in 2018.
Jamie has been with Saxton Bampfylde for four years. He joined the firm as a researcher specialising in higher education and healthcare searches, and was then an associate consultant in our higher education and regulation practices for two years. Jamie is now a consultant working across our education, government and health practices. Jamie graduated with undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Music from Durham University and the University of Oxford respectively.
Royal Veterinary College Council announces new Chairman
The Royal Veterinary College (RVC) has announced that Baroness Young of Old Scone has been appointed as its new Chairman of Council, taking over from Lord Curry of Kirkharle, who stands down at the end of July 2019. The Council, RVC’s governing body, focuses on matters of strategy and policy compliance, risk and accountability. Baroness […]Continue Reading
Partnership in the DNA: Interview with Dame Jackie Daniel
Leading one of the most successful NHS Foundation Trusts in the country, we are very grateful to Dame Jackie Daniel for finding the time to share her insights and experiences from her time at Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS FT and previous organisations. With a strong emphasis on the importance of partnership and the potential this brings […]Continue Reading
South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (SLaM) appoints David Bradley as Chief Executive
South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (SLaM) is delighted to announce that it has appointed David Bradley to take over as Chief Executive when Dr Matthew Patrick steps down in July. David has over 30 years’ experience working within the NHS and is a highly experienced Chief Executive. Over the last seven years David […]Continue Reading
The Children’s Society appoints new Chief Executive
Mark Russell has been appointed as the next Chief Executive of The Children’s Society. Mark is currently Chief Executive at Church Army, a charity that works across the British Isles serving over 11,000 people each month. Their work in Cardiff supports homeless young people and young people experiencing self-harm, and The Marylebone Project is the […]Continue Reading
St John Ambulance appoints Chief Operating Officer
St John Ambulance has appointed the former director of operations at the Welsh Ambulance Service (WAST) as Chief Operating Officer in a new role created to drive forward the charity’s vision of building safe and healthy communities. Richard Lee, a registered paramedic and former RAF medical assistant who has worked 25 years in the NHS ambulance […]Continue Reading
NHS Blood and Transplant appoints new Chief Executive
NHS Blood and Transplant has appointed Betsy Bassis as its new Chief Executive. Betsy has been working as the Chief Operating Officer at Defra for the past four years and has managed wide-ranging and complex transformation programmes, including large scale IT programmes. Prior to joining Defra, Betsy spent twelve years at Centrica/British Gas. Announcing the […]Continue Reading
Live Breathe Data: Why leaders in healthcare must embrace data to thrive
Saxton Bampfylde has built a strong reputation over 20 years for finding and nurturing leadership talent in the UK’s health and care sector. As trusted partners in this area, we have championed bringing the most talented, innovative and strategic leaders to the public and private organisations and groups that provide health and care in the […]Continue Reading
Matthew Reed appointed Chief Executive of Marie Curie
Marie Curie has announced the appointment of Matthew Reed as its new Chief Executive. Matthew joins the charity from The Children’s Society where he has been Chief Executive for the last seven years. Previously he was Chief Executive of The Cystic Fibrosis Trust and Marketing Director at Christian Aid. From 2015 to 2016 Matthew was the independent […]Continue Reading
Andrea Sutcliffe CBE appointed new Chief Executive and Registrar of NMC
The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) has appointed Andrea Sutcliffe CBE as its new Chief Executive and Registrar. Andrea joins the NMC from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) where she has been Chief Inspector of Adult Social Care since October 2013 Andrea, who has over 30 years’ experience in health and social care, currently leads […]Continue Reading
London Calling: Interview with Garrett Emmerson, CEO London Ambulance Service
As he takes on his new role as Chief Executive of the UK’s busiest ambulance service, Garrett Emmerson talks about his transition from the transport to the health sector, how his skills and experience have helped him in making this change, and ultimately why London is his calling. How would you describe your transition from […]Continue Reading
Genomics England appoints global genomics champion as first CEO
Genomics England announces the appointment of its first Chief Executive Officer (CEO) today. Global genomics pioneer Professor John Mattick will join Genomics England in June. He will lead the organisation as work done in the 100,000 Genomes Project provides the foundation for the systems NHS England is mobilising in its ground breaking Genomic Medicine Service. […]Continue Reading
Health Leadership Insight: Canvas – Out Now
We’re delighted to share our latest Health edition of CANVAS, the sectoral insight update from Saxton Bampfylde. CANVAS is a platform to share interesting thoughts and perspectives on topics and issues that are relevant and current in your sector. We very much welcome any thoughts, comments, or inputs you would like to share. Please enjoy this […]Continue Reading
Friday 18 Oct 2019
University Hospital Southampton NHS FT
Chair of Audit & Risk
Thursday 19 Sep 2019
General Pharmaceutical Council
Monday 16 Sep 2019