On maternity leave
Stacey became the manager at Healthwatch Wiltshire in June 2018. Stacey oversees the day to day operations of Healthwatch Wiltshire, and works with the Local Leadership Board to ensure that the voices of local people are heard by those that plan and pay for health and care services.
Engagement Lead (Acting Manager until February 2021)
Julie joined Healthwatch Wiltshire in 2014, having previously worked in a variety of social care roles for 20 years, most recently managing specialist dementia services. Julie leads on the engagement with local people to gather their views and experience of services. Her role involves collating and analysing what people tell us to produce reports and make recommendations for improvements to services.
Volunteer and Partnerships Lead
With a varied career spanning teaching and training, mental health, learning disabilities, and financial services, Jo's role at Healthwatch Wiltshire is to recruit, train and manage our team of volunteers.
With a background in newspapers, magazines and corporate communications, Linda's role is to make sure the people of Wiltshire know about us and the work we’re doing. This includes making sure our website and social media channels are up to date, writing press releases and newsletters, and creating reports and presentations. She also supports her colleagues by getting out and about collecting your feedback on health and care services.
For many years, Guy was a research fellow at British universities, working on large-scale national and international surveys. He then joined Help the Aged as regional manager for the South West and later worked with Age UK on a three-year Department of Health-funded project, before returning to his roots in the West Country, and taking up posts with the NHS and, most recently, Dorset Council. He is currently leading on a range of surveys that Healthwatch Wiltshire is running to gather the views and experiences of Wiltshire residents who use health and care services.