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This month, we’re saying farewell to Andy Ratcliffe as he leaves his role as Executive Director of Impact on Urban Health.
Andy joined the organisation, which is part of Guy’s & St. Thomas’ Foundation, in 2020. Since then, he’s guided a growing team through our response to the COVID-19 pandemic, overseen the broadening of our programmes and partnerships, and led the development of the next phase of our strategy. Andy will be moving on to lead a new project for the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change. Whilst we recruit, Sarah Hickey (previously Programme Director) is our Interim Executive Director of Impact on Urban Health.
Kieron Boyle said “On behalf of everyone at Impact on Urban Health and the Foundation, I want to wish Andy all the best for his exciting new venture. Over the last two years, Andy has brought immense enthusiasm and relentless focus to our work addressing health inequalities in Lambeth and Southwark and beyond. We will miss him.
“Though big shoes to fill, we now have a unique opportunity for a new Executive Director to lead a dedicated, innovative and talented team to shape our work and the impact we can have, ultimately to improve health equity in inner-city areas. As a member of the Foundation’s Executive Team, the new post holder will also help set strategy, shape culture, and lead the broader organisation in our work to build health equity.”
We’re working with Green Park to recruit for this role. Please visit their dedicated page to find out more.
Submit your application by 11:59pm on Sunday 12th March 2023.